Summary: The adapter is fine when it works (what bluetooth adapter isn't) but it is driving me crazy by constantly disconnecting--both itself from my computer and my devices from itself. I have been using it with my Dell bluetooth mouse which gave me little or no problems on my last computer (which had integrated bluetooth). The adapter occasionally disappears and requires a reset of the computer or to be pulled and replugged to be found again.
Summary: I purchased this to use with the Bluetooth Motorola S305 headphones. It was recommend as a pair by Amazon, so I thought for sure it would be a good buy, I said OK Amazon, twist my arm, I will get it. The transmitter had the most reviews (at this price) and most of them were good (I should have probably read the bad reviews too) - so for $11 I took my chances. It installed it with ease, paired with relative ease but the sounds quality was like listening to blown speakers.
Summary: The product does NOT work fully with Windows 7. You may be able to somehow get it to work but don't count on their support staff, they are totally useless and don't know about the product. After wasting about 4 hours on this I've decided to return it and try to find a BT adapter that is fully supported by Windows 7.
Summary: I have been unable to get this device to work with multiple Ubuntu Linux 9.04 computers. As well, the device seats very tightly in any USB port. In one device, it managed to bend 2 of the 4 usb pins inside the port back so that they are now rendered unusable. Thanks alot, IOGear.
Summary: There are several problems with this adapter on Vista 64. First, it's not plug-and-play, Vista doesn't have drivers for this device. Iogear and Broadcom didn't care to make compatible with Vista BT stack product even though Vista is already two and half years old. You need to install WIDCOMM drivers. But the supplied drivers and instructions are all wrong. The installation hangs, Vista suggests killing it.