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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com and this is the Cardo S640 Bluetooth headset. It's really more of a Bluetooth device than a headset just because the primary unit here is actually a clip on. So you collect this on to your jacket or a shirt like so and you use this little ear bud here in your ear, or if you want you can also tuck the ear bud in, right into the piece, so you can just store the entire device right here in your jacket, lapel here. The controls are pretty simple, the multifunction button is actually on the ear bud right here and it's just a simple LED status light right here. There's also a volume button, it's not a volume rocker so you do have to press it multiple times, it cycles through the lowest to highest volume setting which can be a little annoying. This Bluetooth clip on device is a really great idea for those who do not want to wear a big headset on their ear all the time. And since the earpiece fits right in the ear you can hear callers really well. My name is Nicole Lee and this has been the Cardo S640.
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