Even though the description clearly says "for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch", I'd been looking for a stereo Bluetooth headset for my HTC Desire Z (TMobile G2), so I thought I'd give this a try, since the information on the Logitech site indicated that it should be compatible with any device supporting the A2DP and HFP Bluetooth profiles. Although it took two attempts, it is now paired successfully with that device, along with a Motorola Xoom, iPhone 4 and Lenovo laptop - it can hold the pairing information for up to 8 devices.
The sound quality is average (compared to higher end "over the ear" headphones), but certainly good enough for occasional music listening as well as phone calls. The range is also decent... I could reliably get 25-30 feet, even in an office environment with lots of electronics around. It's also lightweight and comfortable enough to use for extended periods of time. I can't attest yet to the battery life, since I haven't used it for an uninterrupted period of time longer than 2 hours, but I have no reason to doubt the claims of six hours. Still, it's worth noting that, should the battery run out, the headset can be recharged using a standard micro USB connector (some previous models of Logitech wireless headsets used a proprietary connector) and that it can still be used even while charging.
Note that a Bluetooth "dongle" is *not* included with the headset, so if you want to use it with a non Bluetooth-equipped laptop, you'll need to supply your own.
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