Solved! Can I connect (actively use) two bluetooth devices at once? Windows OS

Mar 4, 2020
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I would like to use a bluetooth mouse and bluetooth headphones simultaneously. My laptop is the 2017 Acer Swift 7, with limited (2) USB(c) ports. I am aware that I may purchase a USB extender/hub, but would prefer not to have additional hardware.

Thank you in advance for responding!
 

Saga Lout

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If your machine has Bluetooth already, you don't need a USB dongle. I'm using my Bluetooth keyboard and there is some music is playing on a Bluetooth speaker.

You only need one USB port if you have to buy a dongle.
 

Saga Lout

Olde English
Moderator
If your machine has Bluetooth already, you don't need a USB dongle. I'm using my Bluetooth keyboard and there is some music is playing on a Bluetooth speaker.

You only need one USB port if you have to buy a dongle.
 
Mar 4, 2020
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If your machine has Bluetooth already, you don't need a USB dongle. I'm using my Bluetooth keyboard and there is some music is playing on a Bluetooth speaker.

You only need one USB port if you have to buy a dongle.
Hi,.Thank you! Your advice was solid. My mouse arrived a few days later and I was able to test it with the headphones, like you said.

Thank you, again!
 
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