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Samsung Modus 3500

The Samsung Modus 3500 is a mono-to-stereo convertible headset. It has dual-mic premium noise canceling, a stabilizer loop for the ears, and comes in black and white colors. It will cost about $59 to $69.

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Samsung HM1000

The Samsung HM1000 features single-mic noise canceling and multipoint technology. It will cost about $39.

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Samsung HM1600

The Samsung HM1600 is sort of like the bigger brother of the HM1000. It also has active pairing and multipoint technology, but it has a much sleeker styling than the HM1000. It will cost about $49.

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Samsung HM1000 and HM1600

The Samsung HM1000 and the HM1600 have different styles of earbuds.

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Samsung HM1500

The Samsung HM1500 isn't really a headset in so much as it is a clip with a ear bud hanging from it. It's another mono headset, and it's designed for those who like the convenience of a headset but don't want to wear one all the time. It will retail for $49.

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Samsung HM3200

The Samsung HM3200 is one of Samsung's thinnest headsets at only 6.5mm tick. It has single mic noise cancellation, plus multipoint. It will cost $59.

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Samsung HM3600

The Samsung HM3600 comes in a brushed aluminum and has similar features to the HM3200 but will be $69 because of its superior finish.

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Samsung WEP570

The Samsung WEP570 comes with a rather large car charger as you can see here. It has wind noise reduction, noise canceling, and multipoint. This one will cost about $59.

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