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This review is from: Mini Bluetooth USB 2.0 Dongle V2.0 EDR Wireless Adapter
Pros: Supports EDR (enhanced data rate)
Other Thoughts: I bought this so I could connect my PlayStation 3 controller to my pc via bluetooth. It works great and is supported by the scarlet crusade driver. I had bought 3 Bluetooth adapters sorta like this off e bay that claimed to support EDR but never truly did.
It took close to 2 weeks for me to get it as well. but it says first from asia, so generally it would be sent from overseas (granted there may be a warehouse in the US)
Pros: Not much to say...
Works as it should
Not bad quality
Sound through HDMI works as well
Other Thoughts: Got this cable to replace my DVI cable to my monitor with something more standard so that I can also hook up my TV up to my PC..READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works great aside from a few flaws (see cons and other thoughts).
Cons: Microphone does not work, tested on various devices including a Motorola electrify running 2.3.5, a Samsung Galaxy S III running 4.3, and a Acer laptop with built in Bluetooth running Windows 7. As well as various things in attempt to force it to work (apps off store)
They are uncomfortable (the buds try to go into your ear at an angle, not even going inside the ear, resulting in ear discomfort)
Other Thoughts: The are fine as far as sound quality goes.
I kind of knew what i was getting when i ordered them (1but i figured they would at least go into my ears. I have had several people try them on and they all say the same thing.
Defiantly not worth anywhere near $80, as i have seen way better ones for ~$60-70, but $12 is a fitting price as i assume they are meant to be "cheap" by design.
There are wires present for the microphone (i lifted the rubber cover a little bit) but neither of the two mics work;
They are kind of sturdy but yet flimsy at the same time.
Not really sure if its worth it to send them back for a RMA but if the manufacturer wanted to make things right and send me a replacement, including a postage paid return box, i would gladly accept.