• Dell WM713 Bluetooth Mouse
• Dell Wireless Bluetooth Travel Mouse – WM524
• Rapoo E6100, BlueTooth keyboard
• Thinkpad Compact Bluetooth Keyboard
• Logitech Ultrathin Touch Bluetooth Mouse T630
• Logitech K480 Bluetooth keyboard
• Microsoft ARC touch Bluetooth mouse
• Logitech M557 Bluetooth mouse
• Plantronics Calisto 620-M, Bluetooth Speakerphone
• Plantronics BLACKWIRE C710, BlueTooth Headset
• Plantronics Voyager Legend UC B235 NA
• Jabra PRO 9470 NCSA, Bluetooth Headset
• Jabra MOTION UC+ MS / LINK 360, Bluetooth, Lync
• Jabra SUPREME UC MS /LINK 360, Bluetooth Headset
• Jabra Speak 510 MS, Bluetooth speakerphone
• Jabra EVOLVE 65 MS Stereo Headset
Known Issues of the Bluetooth feature
1. If more than two Bluetooth mouse devices are connected to ThinOS along with more than two
other Bluetooth devices, it may cause low performance of Bluetooth connectivity.
Workaround: Dell recommends using one mouse and one keyboard in ThinOS with Bluetooth
2. The Bluetooth device name displays N/A sometimes.
Workaround: Remove this device from the list and re-scan.
3. The Bluetooth device status is not refreshed sometimes when wireless chipset 7260 is shut down.
Workaround: Close the ThinOS Bluetooth window and re-open it. The status is updated.
4. Only supports volume button and mute button on Bluetooth headset.
5. The performance of Bluetooth feature is low during wireless connection.
Configuring the Printer Settings
Use the Printer Setup dialog box to configure network printers and local printers that are connected to
the thin client. Through its USB ports, a thin client can support multiple printers. If more than one printer
is to be used and another port is not available on your thin client and the port that is to be used must be
shared with a USB modem converter, connect a USB hub to the port.
Use the following options to configure the Printer Settings:
•Configuring the Ports Settings
•Configuring the LPDs Settings
•Configuring the SMBs Settings