It almost seems like Creative Labs doesn't want to sell this bluetooth/usb audio ...
30 July 2014
Summary: By John H. It almost seems like Creative Labs doesn't want to sell this bluetooth/usb audio adapter. After spending time looking at the product description on their website and looking for reviews from other people who have bought this, I nearly passed this by. I don't own one of the Creative headsets that this adapter was "exclusively" designed for, and I run Linux - which, according to the website, will not work.
Summary: By Logan "Logan" It worked well until one day, about 3 months after I started using it, it overheated. I don't know if it was a hardware failure or the driver that came with it but it didn't work after that. I found another solution and regret this purchase.
Summary: By Richard N DeLiberty My hearing aids, along with my Phonak ComPilot, allow bluetooth access to a wide array of sources. I can talk on my cell phone, hands free, without a big extra thing hanging off of my ear. I've tried two other bluetooth dongles trying to access my Compilot. This one works with no difficulty.
Summary: By Amazon Customer "DanDaBear" What is there to say about a device you stick in a USB slot and occasionally press the little button on the front to re-connect the bluetooth headphones? I stuck it in the slot and it works. Now I can roam around the house and keep listening to music. I can get up from in front of the PC and not have to worry about getting tangled in the headphone cord or pulling the computer off the desk.