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It works and does so quite readily. Price is good, too.
I'd be really wary of accidentally running reverse voltage across it. It's got a rubber sheathe that looks like it might keep out dust, but that's about it.
I could get enough information out of it to verify that it was working properly, but honestly, I don't know enough about using bluetooth to do what I was hoping with it (namely, replace the need for a USB connection for an Arduino serial connection in processing applications).
If you're new to DIY bluetooth, you'll probably need to do start from a really simple sketch and work your way up from there. I'm still having trouble doing much without having to manually finagle a lot of things in the terminal.
If you need something quick and simple for a one-off project, you'll probably want something more user friendly. If you want a standardized way to connect via bluetooth to several microcontrollers, or need something modular, this is probably up your alley, but you'll need a bit of coding expertise to get full use from it.
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