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So BlueTooth headphones make my wireless almost stop working?

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I just got some Logitech Bluetooth headphones and I am pretty excited, but it seems that they make the wireless on my Dell XPS Gen II laptop almost not work. I am using them right now on my laptop which is connected to my school's wireless network. But when I try to stream video (which normally works fine) while listening to some songs on my computer through the headphones, the video will not download, and if it does it is PAINFULLY slow, like 56k slow.

But when I power down the bluetooth headphones the video immediately starts to load like normal.

What the heck kind of crap is this? This makes the BlueTooth technology useless. Is there anything I can do to fix this aside from not use these headphones with my laptop anymore?
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That is a known problem The bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless interfere with eachother. I don't think there is much you can do about it unless you can get some 5GHz range wifi.
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