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>> My name is Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com and this is the Nokia BH208 Bluetooth headset. And as you can see it's a pretty nice, compact [inaudible], minimalist in design. On the front is a kind of fat multi-button design, but that's okay because it has a textured front here. on the side is a volume rocker from a toggle switch that's kind of hard to reach actually, because it's so teeny tiny on the side here. On the back is the ear bud and you can't really see it, but right on top here is the power button. Again, it's really small and really tiny. On the back is also the very flexible ear loop. We really liked it. The ear loop, as you can see, is really flexible. You can stretch it all the way out here. it can be made to fit on different sized ears. It can be adjusted to fit on either the left or right ear as well, so it's really comfortable for either ear. Over all, we're actually quite pleased with the quality. Call quality is actually pretty decent, although we have to say that callers report that static interferes during noisy environments. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the Nokia BH208.
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