Fujitsu® CELSIUS R570 Bluetooth®
Learn how to use Bluetooth in Fujitsu CELSIUS R570 to share files with other Bluetooth-enabled devices
The CELSIUS R570 is a versatile multimedia laptop of Fujitsu. It is a dual processor system with multimedia graphics processor. The high performance rate and energy efficiency makes this system preferable for all application fields. It uses dual Intel Xenon processors for multitasking. It has massive storage capacity. Its memory extends up to 48 GB. It supports the Bluetooth communication technology. Fujitsu CELSIUS R570 system uses ultra high-end SLI graphic technology. It highly recommends the Windows 7 operating system. Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communication standard. It provides a reliable and secure method for data transmission. It helps to transfer data and multimedia files without any physical medium.
The following guidelines will help you to know more about Bluetooth in Fujitsu CELSIUS R570 system:
- Setting up Bluetooth
- Transferring data
- Tips to resolve issues
Setting up Bluetooth
Initially enable the Bluetooth connection in the Fujitsu CELSIUS R570 system. For that, select the Bluetooth Program Manager on the system. If you are using Windows 7 or XP then select ‘My Computer’ and ‘My Bluetooth connections.’ Then you have to select the option ‘Add a new device or connection’. Now the system will search for the device to connect with it. Then you could see the device name on the screen.
Bluetooth enables us to transfer files and folders very quickly. When you find the device name on your system, select the device name. Then click to pair/connect the Fujitsu CELSIUS R570 system with the device. Then you have to enter the connectivity code in both the devices. Both devices are paired now. Now you could easily transfer files and folders from one device to another.
Many conflicts might arise while transferring data via Bluetooth technology. If the distance between the devices is, more than 30m then the data might not transfer properly. To avoid such conflicts place the devices more closely. Also, avoid the interference of other electrical devices while transferring data. You need to install compatible device drivers in the system. Presence of viruses and malware could disturb the data transferring process. It is better to install certified versions of security programs and update them regularly. Perform system scan before installing any software programs.