What you are seeing here next to the two bits is the Bluetooth 3.0 High Speed Adapter from Cirago.
Cirago boasted in the product’s Press Release that this High Speed Adapter (BTA7300) is “one of the only such devices on the market to combine the latest in Bluetooth 3.0 technology with 802.11n Wi-Fi capability on the same device”.
I got a chance to try out this Class 2 mini adapter, and I found that my computer recognized it after a few minutes. I’m not certain if most laptops have Bluetooth as a standard feature, but if your computer does not, then Cirago’s new device might be just what you want. I used it to pair with my new Kensington KeyFolio Pro Universal Removable Bluetooth Keyboard for 10-inch Tablets (check my last post to get the lowdown on that gadget).
Just so you have the specs, the device has a Bluetooth data speed up to 24 Mbps and a Wi-Fi speed up to 150 Mbps with zero interference between the two signals, at a range of 33 feet. The Bluetooth V3.0 + High Speed adapter is backwards compatible, which means that it allows users of Bluetooth 2.0 devices to be used by this device.
You should be able to purchase the Bluetooth 3.0 High Speed Adapter at major retail outlets for a price of about $39.99.