10-30-2012 01:10 AM - edited 10-30-2012 06:05 AM
I have been happily using my H800 Bluetooth Headset for about a week. Now I want to also get a Bluetooth mouse, so I can go all wireless with my laptop.
I've seen a few users on the internet complain that Bluetooth headset + mouse combo has problems with interference, e.g. when you move the mouse, the Bluetooth bandwidth isn't enough and you get interference on the sound in your headset.
My questions are: Will a Bluetooth mouse cause such problems with my headset? And since I'm considering getting the Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M555b, I'd like to know if that specific combo H800 + M555b will cause interference problems.
Thanks in advance.
EDIT: I'd love to hear from any other knowledgeable person on the topic as well
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11-01-2012 02:59 PM
I'll be happy to assist you with this, the Wireless Headset H800 and the Bluetooth Mouse M555b should work fine together just make sure that you computer Bluetooth drivers are up to date to avoid any interference issues.
11-02-2012 06:07 AM
Looking forward to the good news.
Have a great weekend!
12-05-2012 09:49 PM
Just to post an update for everyone.
I decided to get the Razer Orochi instead of the M555b two weeks ago and I'm happy to say that the H800 and the Orochi work pretty well together. There have been almost no problems even when I listen to music on the headset and actively use the mouse at the same time.
There has only been a minor problem with audible interference in the headset at every movement of the mouse, but this has happened only once out of a hundred times, approximately.
I suppose there wouldn't be any problems with an H800 + M555b combo either, for anyone intending to make that combo.
01-13-2013 12:43 PM
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05-14-2014 04:02 PM
I've got a Dell E7440 running windows 7 with a paired Microsoft Wedge Touch Mouse that has been working well. I recently purchased a H800 headset and paired that too and it only works correclty when the mouse is being moved. So if I want to have a conversation with someone via the H800, I can only do so when moving the mouse. If I stop moving it the sound becomes garbled and unclear. Any ideas what might be causing this issue? Thanks, David.