Summary: Worked fine with the various bluetooth devices I had around, but that is not what I bought it for. Synced it up with my BT keyboard, BT headset, and Android phone and it worked fine, but I got it specifically for using with a PS3 DUALSHOCK 3 controller.
Summary: Not being a name brand junkie, I often opt to go with the no-name overseas manufacturer first -- especially with items that cost, say, $20 or less -- because, especially at low end price point items, product guts are often all manufactured at the exact same OEM regardless of what brand name is...
Summary: Here are the steps needed to get your IOGEAR USB 2.1 Bluetooth Micro Adapter GBU421: 1. Insert into your computer. That's it! The unit works with zero configuration with bluez (the bluetooth support in Gnome/Linux).
Summary: First off, I need to clarify why I bought this adapter: I bought this to use my Dual Shock 3 PS3 controller wirelessly on my PC. I wanted to play Assassin's Creed Brotherhood on my 42" TV and my PC is much more powerful than either the PS3 or 360, so I wanted to play at true 1080p at 60FPS, but I...
Summary: the little dude works perfectly fine with windows 7 64bit, I didnt have to do anything except plug it on in then BOOM money. (you dont actually get money) windows recognized it, installed the required drivers, told me it was ready to use, and indeed it was, gives you a little bluetooth icon down by...
Summary: I have been using one of those cheap (~ $1) Bluetooth USB adapters to watch movies from my computer using bluetooth headphone. The problem was that after 30 min or so, the sound started lagging behind the video by several seconds, and whenever this happened, I had to reconnect the headphone.
Summary: You get a lot of functionality for that little device and small price. Works perfect on my Windows 7 PC and with my Linux Ubuntu laptop. Use it with my blue tooth headset to make internet calls with Skype and google.
Summary: Works in Windows 7 right out of the box. If you need to use AD2P, be sure to download the drivers directly from IOgear. I have no driver issues like others speak of and I use a variety of BT devices with this adapter (keyboard, mouse, bluetooth speakers, etc..
Summary: Well, the person who said this dongle works out of the package with Ubuntu Linux Lucid 10.04 was DEAD ON THE MONEY. I bought 2 of these such was my faith in that review and on both Linux machines it was a slam-dunk.
Summary: Excellent product for the size and price. Use with my cell phone to transfer pictures to my desktop running Windows XP Pro. Loading software was no problem. Take picture, send bluetooth, software connects, transfers picture, just that simple. Fully recommend this product.