Summary: My mid-2011 iMac drops its Wi-Fi link when a microwave oven runs nearby. It does the same when the USB dongle transmits to the headphones. If you have had problems with your iMac's Wi-Fi, then this is not the product for you. I'm hoping that a Bluetooth connection will work better. As for the Rapoo H1030 product itself, it was as nice as others have suggested.
Summary: I'm not sure what their reasoning for using a rechargeable Lithium battery is. I would much prefer that it use an alkaline or standard sized rechargeable (even a button battery would be nice). Using standard batteries fits the idea of a wireless headset, to a much greater level. When you use up this internal battery, you have to recharge the thing for awhile. With alkalines, you can just pop in a new battery and you are set.
Received dead microphone on one of two pairs I ordered
3 weeks ago
Summary: I ordered two pairs of these. One worked out of the box. On the other pair the microphone was broken. Sound coming in from them is barely audible with a lot of crackle. Tried them on few different machines, same results. For headphones that cost almost 30 pounds that is not acceptable!
Summary: Some reviews on these said that the instruction book was all chinese but mine is in english as well I plugged in the usb dongle and the pc did the rest They get good reception in the next room which is a dividing wall and about 7 metres they fade if i move to the garden but I only want them for same room work so they are perfect for my needs. The sound quality is as far as im concerned is asgood as my wired ones which cost a good deal more.