Simultaneous connections between two bluetooth devices and an arduino

I am connecting an Arduino Uno to an android tablet via Bluetooth (Adafruit EZ-link). The tablet is running a terminal program. I can connect and exchange data. If I introduce a second device (a PC) with a Bluetooth link, I am not having much luck talking to it while paired to the android. Can an Arduino with a Bluetooth shield connect to two devices simultaneously? Bluetooth specs seem to say I should be able.

Can an Arduino with a Bluetooth shield connect to two devices simultaneously?

I believe you might have heard the term "paired" with respect to bluetooth. I doubt that you've ever heard the term threesome mentioned (in polite company, anyway) with respect to bluetooth.

PaulS: I doubt that you've ever heard the term threesome mentioned (in polite company, anyway) with respect to bluetooth.

Can you get bluetooth key parties?

hib1: Can an Arduino with a Bluetooth shield connect to two devices simultaneously? Bluetooth specs seem to say I should be able.

I bet it doesn't, but you could add another Bluetooth module and use that to talk to PC.