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The tiny Neonode N2 looks deceptively like either an MP3 player or a portable GPS unit.
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There are onscreen arrows on the display to indicate the direction you should swipe your finger. There's also a joystick if you prefer to use that to navigate instead.
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The Neonode N2 is such a tiny and compact and device; it only measures 0.6 inch thick.
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The Neonode N2 is covered in a black-matte material that provides a very comfortable grip.
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The Neonode N2 has a tiny megapixel camera lens.
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The Neonode N2 is one of the smallest phones we've ever seen.
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You have a choice of either a joystick or a touch screen to navigate through the phone's menu, but we found the joystick a little difficult to use. Then again, the touch screen isn't very intuitive, either, as you'll have to read through the manual to understand what to do.
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The Neonode N2 is so small, you can slip it easily in your pocket. Just make sure you don't lose it!
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