Bluetooth en corpo

Mark Baker (mark.baker@Canada.Sun.COM)
Wed, 24 Mar 1999 10:32:46 -0500

Stop, acronym thief! 8-)

> Subject: Bluetooth Developer's Kit
> Date: Tue, 23 Mar 1999 12:53:25 -0000
> From: BlueTooth <>
> To: undisclosed-recipients:;
> We are pleased to announce pricing and availability information for the
> Ericsson Bluetooth Developer's Kit ("BDK"). This email contains important
> information about how to order your Developer's Kit, so please read it
> carefully.
> The first production batch of Developer's Kits will be available in mid-May
> 1999. The price of the development kits will be as follows:
> First kit
> ======
> 5,000 Pounds Sterling, or
> 7,500 Euros, or
> 8,500 US Dollars
> Additional kits (supplied to the same address and ordered at the same time)
> ==========
> 4,000 Pounds Sterling, or
> 6,000 Euros, or
> 7,000 US Dollars
> Each kit contains one motherboard, one baseband board, and one 0 dBm radio
> module, plus documentation and software. The minimum initial order quantity
> will be two kits. This is the minimum configuration that will support a
> Bluetooth connection.
> To secure your order, you must submit an official Purchase Order. First
> shipments of the BDK will be made in May, and the current leadtime for kits
> is around 10 weeks.
> Payment must be in Sterling, Euros, or US Dollars, and must be made by wire
> transfer to our bank account. On receipt of your purchase order, we will
> issue an invoice for payment, on 30 day terms. This invoice will include
> the account details for the wire transfer.
> Kits will not be dispatched unless the payment has been received by
> Symbionics.
> Orders from UK companies will be subject to Value Added Tax at the
> prevailing rate. Orders from EU companies will have VAT added at the
> prevailing rate (currently 17.5%) unless a European VAT number is supplied
> with the purchase order. Any import duties and local taxes will be your
> responsibility.
> Your attention is drawn to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, which
> contains important information on warranties, support and specification of
> the Bluetooth Developers Kit. This information is available on request and
> at our website :
> Please note that future upgrades of the Bluetooth Developer's Kit may be
> subject to certain export regulations, which may restrict you from
> re-exporting the BDK. You are not permitted to re-sell the Bluetooth
> Developer's Kit.
> Purchase orders should be submitted to:
> Symbionics Ltd
> St John's Innovation Park
> Cowley Road
> Cambridge CB4 0WS
> United Kingdom
> Purchase orders may be faxed to +44 1223 421031. PO's should include your
> shipping address, and refer to "Bluetooth Developer's Kit" (with a minimum
> quantity of 2).
> Please note that any further enquiries regarding the BDK should be submitted
> to our new support email address, "".
> This quotation is valid for 60 days, and is subject to Symbionics terms of
> sale, a copy of which is available on request. Please note that we will not
> be bound by any terms on your purchase order unless these are confirmed in
> writing by Symbionics.
> Thank you for your interest in the Bluetooth Developer's Kit - we look
> forward to receiving your order. If you have further questions on the BDK,
> or wish to discuss how Symbionics can help you with your Bluetooth product
> developments, please do not hesitate to contact me.
> Best regards
> Jeremy Hendy
> Business Director - Bluetooth
> Symbionics Ltd
> St John's Innovation Park, Cowley Road, Cambridge CB4 0WS
> Tel +44 1223 421025 Fax +44 1223 421031 Mobile +44 411 066141
> Symbionics is a Cadence Design Systems company

Mark Baker                 Personal Apps Lead, Sun Microsystems Inc.
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA.