*Note: If your laptop has a built-in Bluetooth
chip, you will need to disable this in the Device Manager for the
VXI dongle to function as intended.
Great accuracy, only fair comfort
From SnoreDoc of Harrisonburg, Virginia on 8/22/2014.
Very good accuracy for Dragon Dictate 4 on a MacBook Air 4GB mid 2013. Sometimes hard to connect to the computer via BT dongle; have to switch back and forth between other sound inputs before it connects. BT dongle only works on right-hand usb port; computer ignores if if inserted into left usb port, but left port works for all other USB devices. Headband and neckband supports are uncomfortable, earpiece as show is just ok, especially with glasses. Seems a bit wobbly with earpiece unless bent tightly around ear. Earphone pads less than great, haven't found any that are very comfortable. Can only be worn on right ear, at least with earpiece and neckband.
certainly not the best
From erskine attorney of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida on 1/29/2014.
bought as a back up to my Sennheiser DW pro. There is a noticeable difference in performance, with the Sennheiser being head and shoulders above the Parrot.
12/16/2014 – Does this work with iPad?
Response From Speech Recognition Solutions: Christine: While it will pair with an iPad, the real beauty of this product is that it is pre-paired with a dongle for use with a personal computer. If you plan to use it only with an iPad, I would suggest you pick up the somewhat less expensive BlueParrot Xpressway2 which can be seen at: http://store.speechrecsolutions.com/vxi-blueparrott-xpressway-ii-bluetooth-microphone-p179.aspx It does not include the Bluetooth dongle.
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