I'm shopping for a USB BlueTooth printer adapter--not the kind that fits into a computer (the slim kind of USB port), but the kind that fits into the printer itself (the boxy kind of USB port). Pickings are slim, and no one seems to list MacOs among the supported platforms. For example, ePoX's printer adapters don't list MacOS. Ditto for USBGear, Belkin, D-Link DBT-320, and the EagleTek. What gives? If I manage to find one that supports Mac, odds are it will support only the an older, slower BlueTooth v1.1 (1 Mbps), not the MacBook's v2.0 (3.0 Mbps). The printer, by the way, is an HP Business Inkjet 2300 series.