Along with making attractive high-end phones such as the Instinct and the Access, Samsung also produces a line of affordable Bluetooth headsets to match these handsets. One of its most recent models is the Samsung WEP 350, which it purports to be one of the world's thinnest headsets. It's also lightweight, easy to use, and affordable at just $59.99.
Measuring about 1.9 inches long by 0.6 inch wide by barely 0.2 inch thick, the WEP350 is definitely one of the thinnest headsets we've ever seen. It has a very slim and discreet profile, which is great for those who eschew the telemarketer look most headsets have. The WEP350 has a simple, flat stick design, with a multifunction button in the middle, and volume buttons on either side--the volume increase is on the left spine while the volume decrease is on the right. The multifunction button is raised above the surface, so it's easy to press, even when worn on the ear. The two volume buttons are quite skinny, but they, too, are easy to access because of a raised texture. Right above the multifunction button is a small LED indicator light.