Can anybody link me the cheapest possible bluetooth USB adapter?
I would just go with the cheapest one you can find, as many have annoying incompatibility issues.
Toshiba, or at least ones that use the Toshiba BT stack, seem to be most compatible.
...rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add 'within the limits of the law,' because law is often but the tyrant's will, and always so when it violates the right of an individual. -- Thomas Jefferson
i've heard good things about dolphin, might have to try it out someday.....
but this reminds me of the Halo CE Xbox emulator for PC that was released years ago. allowed you to emulate and play the entire first level of the game, but the author dropped the project for no reason. probably paid off by MS.
Probably just a glitch. I didn't even notice until after I posted here.
I downloaded it, but I don't really notice a difference. What's different that makes it suggested if you have a more powerful machine?
The newer builds are better optimized for lower performing machines but usually have issues with some games like Zelda SS for instance. The older builds aren't as optimized for the slower machines but are usually abit, sometimes drastically better/faster at emulating some games namely SS. I have also noticed the older builds handle LLE DSP better overall. I get quite a massive FPS boost in Mario Galaxy 1/2 and SS is near perfect. Your sig rig should handle it quite well
I see bluetooth adapters on ebay for $1 shipped and the sellers have %100 feedback so I'm guessing that the adapters work. Any reason why All the other ones on newegg and hardware stores go from $10-$30?