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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor at CNET.com and this is the Phone Gear Mini Blue, Bluetooth headset. As you can see on the front it's a very tapered, minimalistic[sp?] design and the multifunction button is actually on the top here, pretty easy to miss actually, so you can just press it right here. On a side here are the volume buttons, very tiny, they're actually probably a little small for our taste, a little stiff, hard to press. On the back here is the ear bud in the flexible earlobe right here, it's actually a pretty comfortable fit surprisingly, we just didn't like the stiff volume buttons, but all in all pretty good sound, decent quality, very nice and compact, very affordable as well, around like 50 dollars or so, so very affordable headset. My name is Nicole Lee and this is the Phone Gear Mini Blue Bluetooth headset.
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