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The Bang & Olufsen Serene was designed with the keypad on top and the display on the bottom. Read full review
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The Serene looks like a piece of art. Read full review
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The Serene has a VGA camera on its side. Read full review
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The Serene even looks like a sculpture when open. Read full review
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The Serene is compact and fits in the hand. Read full review
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The Serene's clickwheel was easy to navigate. Read full review
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The Serene fits nicely in the purse. Read full review
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The Serene has a rotary keypad with a clickwheel in the middle. Read full review
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The Serene comes with a tiny plastic screwdriver. Read full review
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The Serene comes with a chrome-finish desktop stand. Read full review
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