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Bluetooth 4.1 update brings speed, reliability and battery life improvements

By Justin Kahn
Dec 5, 2013
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  1. It has been quite a while since Bluetooth 4.0 standards were introduced back in 2010, in the years following the tech has grown to become a major part of many of the devices and services we use on a daily...

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  2. Maybe just MAYBE !...

    CSR will finally come to it's senses and support Windows 7/8 6-bit with aptX codec drivers for this new Bluetooth revision. Aptx has proven to improve sound quality for music by a big margin, but it's patented by CSR and they don't want support Windows 64bit at all !!!.
     
  3. hahahanoobs

    hahahanoobs TS Maniac Posts: 1,001   +103

    "The new standard will, for example, automatically shut down your Bluetooth connection when you go out of range while remembering that set-up and automatically re-connecting as you move back into range."

    I'd be happy if that's all 4.1 offered. I'd like to see this done with saved WiFi connections as well.
     
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  4. H3llion

    H3llion TechSpot Paladin Posts: 975   +99

    I wonder how it will compare to current NFC. Obviously NFC is hardly widespread but its features are fantastic.
     


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