You can also use the K700 to control the computer as a mouse with the joystick and buttons. This works fine with the bt adapter although the joystick moves the cursor only 4 directions and in steps which means you could end up a little above or below the icon. You just choose the remote control function in the phone and then move the cursor to perform an action and then close the remote control feature and then you are back with the computer mouse. Very nice if you are too lazy to get up and go back to the computer but you need to do some small task.
You can synchronise your phonebook with outlook using the adapter. I have been using outlook express for the time being. I was ending up with some email addresses in the phone though. Also you can only load one phone number per contact into the phone. There is no feature to use another type of contacts program though which is dissapointing.
There are other services like :
PIM Item Transfer - Allow BT devices to exchange business cards with the computer.
PIM Synchronisation - Allow BT devices to synchronise a Personal Information manager with the computer.
File Transfer - Allow BT devices to perfom file operations on a specific folder on the computer.
Network Access - Allow BT devices to share the computers network connection
Dial up Networking - Allow BT devices to connect to an ISP using the modem attached to the computer
Bluetooth Serial Port - Allow BT devices to connect to the computer via a wireless serial port.
Fax - Allow BT devices to use the computer to send faxes
Audio Gateway - Allow BT devices such as a headset to replace the computer's microphone and speakers.
Headset - Allow BT device to use the computer's microphone and speakers as its input-output device.
The K700 allows the following services through the adapter :
Dial up networking
Serial Port (2 available)
OBEX Object Push - Exchange business cards with the phone
OBEX IrMC Sync Server - Synch phonebook and schedule
OBEX File Transfer - Load games, themes, ringtones to the phone
Mouse and Keyboard
The difference with the sonyericsson and the motorola phones is that you can use the OBEX file transfer fine with the SE phones but with the motorola you have to use instead the OBEX object push to copy files onto the phone.You can plug and unplug the adapter as you see fit without issue. No complaints by the OS at all.
I dont think that the sonyericsson software suite works with bt adapters though. I will perform further research on this. I will also check for other software.