As wispy as they come

Unfortunately, the Mirage has a flimsy design that doesn't inspire confidence.
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From the outside

The Mirage's external display is serviceable. Above it is the VGA camera lens.
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From behind

When open, the Mirage forms a smooth curve.
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Turn it up

The Mirage's volume rocker sits on its left spine below the 2.5mm headset jack.
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Don't drop it

The Mirage is almost too light, with a cheap feeling in the hand.
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Keypad and cotnrols

The Mirage's keypad and controls weren't easy to use.
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Take it away

The compact Mirage travels well. But again, don't drop it.
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Personalization

The Mirage features replaceable "Xpress-on snaps" that fit over the camera lens. They offer minimal personalization and break easily.
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