- Sound output is very clear and the ear covers insulate effectively from background noise
- Microphone records much richer sound that a similarly priced headset I used previously
Not so great
- Ear covers are quite snug so I'm quite relieved to take the thing off after an hour's videoconferencing.
- Seems great value for money to me. If it really mattered to me on a day-to-day basis I'd go out and spend £100 or more, but for an hour here and there once every couple of weeks, this suits me fine.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Haven't had any problems at all with this product. It connected easily, and seems to last well on a charge. I got it because I wanted to use the iPad as a surrogate laptop on a trip abroad.
What I've found in practice is the following:
- I get on almost as well with the software keypad; the keys on the keyboard are necessarily very close together and as I touch type on a normal keyboard, I'm making a lot of mistakes.
- Although it fits onto the front of the iPad well, I'd rather have a soft cover so I don't have to be quite so cautious about putting it down on hard surfaces.
- I'd also like to be able to use the iPad just by flipping open rather than levering it… Read more
This little device does exactly what it's supposed to. I bought it to share a LAN connection between an XBox and the TV. It took no set up at all - plug into the mains and connect the input and the devices to any of the five ethernet sockets. Job done. It works.
I have no idea whether there are any contention issues because in practice we are never using both connections at the same time. I thought the logic of sharing the full capacity for different sets of packets made more sense than getting two pairs of splitters and in any case I think at the time it was cheaper.