Yes we have one (purchased recently as many of our iOS users have it). Purchased here: http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/6418 ... 6201211767
What can we say about it:
1. Nice looking device
2. Relatively good quality (comparing with some other clones), works quite stable.
3. Although reported as ELM327 v2.1, it is in fact seems to be old good china ELM327 v1.5 (so it is the only china v2.1 adapter that has no problem described here viewtopic.php?f=4&t=22#p840
1. Still china clone (we had a hope such a nice looking device will have real v2.1 inside)
2. Quite slow (average ping 50 ms, in fact varies between 40 and 60 ms) - like on slowest Bluetooth clones. It has no serial timeout setting, so cannot be
adjusted. Such a delay is acceptable (means the whole FORScan functionality should work), but overal performance will be low.
As far as we can see, it works ok with all protocols, but we really tested only CAN. Ford SCP and Ford ISO seem to work, but we didn't test them on real vehicle.
So, we consider this device quite "average" - yes, it has enough quality to work with FORScan but quite slow. We would recommend to buy another Vgate WiFi adapter, one of our users recently posted: viewtopic.php?f=4&t=897
. We have such device and use it for iOS testing, it has 20 ms of ping (after changing TCP timeout in control panel to 1 ms).
As for OBDLink MX WiFi, we noticed some problems with it as discussed here viewtopic.php?f=4&t=855
, and so far are unable to understand nature of this problem and find a workaround. So for now we cannot recommend it.