Summary: Got a Cricut Explore for Christmas. My computer, Windows 7, does not have bluetooth capabilities, but I wanted to be able to use my Cricut wirelessly. Bought this adpter first. It would not connect anything. I have a computer with a vertical cd slot, (will never make that mistake again) and the pathetic, small cd that comes with this non-working adapter was a nightmare to insert. Took 1/2 to install, then would not connect anything.
Summary: Works perfectly for MotionInJoy for emulators like PCSX2, Dolphin, Project64, etc. Daniel Fong's review perfectly outlines steps to be taken for successful installation. I got my genuine Sixaxis PS3 controller paired flawlessly. NOTE: Be sure to check out Better DS3 once your drivers have been loaded from MotionInJoy.
Summary: This doubled my strength. Now my music does not cut in and out in my small 10 by 10 foot room. So I am happy that it doesn't cut out in the room anymore. However 328 feet, that's funny. More like less than 25 feet. But you may get 328 feet if you have an incredible receiver on the other end, my receiver sucks. Still it sends great sound from my laptop to my Monster One speakers without any cutting out in a 10 foot by 10 foot room.
I like the "Toshiba" software and it works great with my new heaphones.
N. Goings "BinarySpike", Amazon
19 January 2015
Summary: The Azio BT v2.1 comes with "Toshiba" software. I downloaded the software from Azio's website. I like the software, seems to have a lot of options and control. It doesn't clutter as much as previous software I've used. I purchased this to use with the "Photive X-Bass PH-BTX6 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones" It works great. Every long once in a while, I have to disconnect and re-connect my headphones so they stop skipping.
This was not a hardware problem and is more of a software issue which was easily fixed by the before mentioned youtube videos
Ryan Loga "Ryan Loga", Amazon
1 January 2015
Summary: There are a lot of more expensive options, but this did the job for me and it was extremely cost effective to boot. I was trying to use my ps3 controller to play games on my pc. After some youtube videos of how to connect my controller to do what I wanted, I am now able to use it hassle free. This was not a hardware problem and is more of a software issue which was easily fixed by the before mentioned youtube videos.
Connecting an Apple Magic Trackpad to Ubuntu Linux with the AZIO BTD-V201, works perfect!
Peter Knaggs, Amazon
18 December 2014
Summary: I needed a Bluetooth adapter to get the Apple Magic Trackpad working on Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS (kernel 3.2.0-70) and using the AZIO BTD-V201 the Apple Magic Trackpad works very well. It's easy co get it connected in KDE after installing bluedevil and bluez packages. After pairing it (entering 0000 as the pairing code), I was immediately able to move the pointer and scroll web pages.
Holds connection well to my PS3 controller for emulation gaming.
Kevin B., Amazon
17 December 2014
Summary: I purchased this to use with PS3 controllers on a media center PC just for emulator gaming. Once the setup was done, it's worked fantastic. Holds a solid connection to the PS3 controllers. I've used up to 4 at a time routing through the XMBC game browser, usually with Super Nintendo emulation.
Great product! Wondering why it didn't get the full ...
Curtis & Sarah, Amazon
9 December 2014
Summary: This has an incredible range on it, I was using 2 other generic USB Bluetooth adapters to play Farcry 4 on my PC with a PS4 controller, but if i put my knee in from of the controller, turned slightly or broke line of sight the signal would drop. With this adapter I stood across the room behind a couch and still played perfectly, the DS4windows app has a latency OSD and I was getting 1.6ms everywhere and while i was across the room behind an object with metal in it...
Summary: I couldn't plug this into the back of my computer due to the fact does not do well from a ground level with a heavy wood desk in the way. I had to use in a usb hub on my desk so there wasn't anything solid in between it and my bluetooth devices. Range is about what it says, barring nothing is really in between it and the device. If it's about a room away the distance is probably about half before the signal gets to weak . For the price though, does a good job.