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This review is from: ASUS USB-BT400/US USB 2.0 Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter manufactured recertified
Pros: Works as advertised.
Cons: Windows 7 did not automatically detect the device making it non-plug and play.
However, the drivers can be found on the Asus Website: (Remove Spaces)
https:// www. asus .com/ us/ Networking/ USBBT400/ HelpDesk_Download/
Other Thoughts: Using it with an amazing pair of:
"Plantronics Backbeat Pro Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones with Mic" that can be purchased here on NewEgg if one was to search what's between the quotes.
Pros: -No AAA battery replacement.
-USB charging cable for users who don't move around.
-3.5mm jack for non-Bluetooth users.
-Easy pairing for Bluetooth users.
-Long listening time on battery.
-Passed frequency ranges from 20Hz-17000Hz (With my ears)
Cons: -The ear cushions could be a bit thicker, but feels great with no ear pains after long hours of listening to music.
-Some users may not like the voice that speaks to you about battery percentage or Bluetooth status. The voice talks over other sounds when the headphones are turned on and off or the battery is running low. However, I find it professional and easy to understand the state of the headphones at any time.
Other Thoughts: I'm a Software Engineer with +/-16 hours per day in front of multi-screen PCs. I purchased a Bose Quietcomfort noise canceling headset 2 years ago and I've been through 3 pairs by product replacement due to the right speaker going out, plastic breaking and finally the ear cushion seams breaking exposing the ugly green foam inside. Many people believe that Bose = Quality but they are everything but. Plantronics seems like they understand advanced users and I'm excited to see how long these last in the coming years.READ FULL REVIEW