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ASUS USB Adapter with Bluetooth (USB-BT400)
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- Most advanced Bluetooth 4.0 adapter, backward compatible with Bluetooth 2.0/2.1/3.0
- Enables wireless communication with Bluetooth-enabled computers, printers, phones, headsets, speakers, keyboards, controllers, and more
- Bluetooth Low Energy technology for energy-saving wireless connectivity
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Asus USB-BT400 Bluetooth 4.0/Up to 3Mbps/USB 2.0 USB Adapter
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The USB-BT400 is a Bluetooth Smart Ready USB adapter with new Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities. It connects you with a multitude of compatible devices and supports Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to reduce power consumption. In dual-mode, the USB-BT400 maintains fully backward compatibility with Bluetooth 3.0, 2.1, and 2.0.
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The Bose have about 100ms of latency or so which is because of the headphones themselves, not usable wirelessly for gaming because of this reason. Fine for anything else, just adjust your audio sync by -0.1s in your video player.
The controller works very well. Hard to tell, but I think there's about 10ms input lag which is about to same when it's wired. Win win.
Also causes interference problems on other devices nearby. My logitech MX master mouse would get random freezes for half a second whenever this was plugged in to a nearby PC.
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ALSO out of the box audio quality was absolutely terrible, I had to disable something called "Hands-free telephony" in windows under Bluetooth properties for the headphones I used and it is now clear and sounds as it should. To be fair that is a windows problem but IF you buy this and find the quality is terrible try this fix. This is something the less technically literate might not think of or know how to figure out. I am torn because it is a windows issue but it does change how accessible this would be for the average person.
Two weeks later it would not recognise the speaker or any other Bluetooth device.