Part of our job here at Legit Reviews is to let our readers know about new products and/or companies of which they may have an interest. As it happens, part of the intent behind CES is not only for manufactures to showcase their new products but also to get out in front of the public, press and their peers. This is especially true for new companies or even established international companies looking for market share in the United States. Trust is such a company. We stumbled across Trust on the CES floor and were impressed with the wide variety of products they offer. We have yet to get our hands on any for testing so we’ll withhold our product judgements and just tell you a little bit about them
Trust hails from Holland and is well known in European circles for their wide array of peripheral products but they are mostly unknown here in the states. Trust has 25 years of experience in the industry and products from Trust range from iPod audio docks, input and gaming devices, and flash card readers among other things. They also claim to have the smallest USB BlueTooth adapter available on the market.
The one thing that stood out the most to us at the Trust booth was the Ultra Small bluetooth 2 USB adapter 10m BT-2400p. It was designed for those on the go and it is so small that it only protrudes 7 mm from your notebook.
Ultra Small bluetooth 2 USB adapter 10m BT-2400p is so small after it is installed into a notebook, the Bluetooth adapter will fit easily in your bag without having to disconnect the adapter. This will allow you to use a Bluetooth mouse without having to first look for the receiver. This XXS adapter is also ideal for your Bluetooth headset or to quickly and easily exchange information with your mobile telephone. The Trust Ultra Small Bluetooth USB Adapter meets the Bluetooth 2.0 standard and has a transfer speed which is three times as fast as standard Bluetooth adapters. It also supports older Bluetooth standards for optimal compatibility. The Trust Ultra Small Bluetooth 2.0 USB Adapter is available now.
Keep a watch for Trust products appearing in a retailer near you and when we are able to get some first hand experience with the products, we’ll be sure to post the results and see if they have what it takes to compete with the likes of Logitech in the American retail market.