Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
Don't expect either to give you the range you need. In my experience (2 weeks!) you'd be very lucky to get a connection through a wall. I usually lose mine once I go out the door, even if I'm in the hallway, direct line of sight, door still open.
You can get Class 1 Bluetooth dongles (and access points). I've found the access points less trouble (easier to setup, no Windows to deal with), but not as portable. Keep in mind however that it doesn't much matter how much range the access point has (how powerful the radio in it) if the radio in the TG50 is still class 2 or 3.
I've had no problems with interference with the Belkin Bluetooth access point and 802.11b (or g).
The speed of Bluetooth will not blow you away. It's useful for a hotsync, or a quick download of email, but web browsing is not very enjoyable.