>> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Lee Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the Motorola H790 Bluetooth headset. As you can see here it's very long and slender and available in a nice matte silver finish. It is one of the skinniest headsets we've ever seen right here so it's very lightweight as well. All the controls are along its side. There's this power slider on the side here. There's also the volume control on the other side. On top of the headset is the multifunction call button. Because it's so skinny all the buttons are really thin as well. On the back is a very simple ear piece with the ear bud cover. It also comes with 4 different ear bud fittings depending on your preference. The flexible ear hook here can be rotated to fit either ear. The features on this head set are pretty basic you do get the typical answering, ending and rejecting calls but you also get multipoint technology that lets you connect up to 2 different devices at once. The call quality on the A790 is pretty good. It uses Motorola's crystal talk technology to cancel out echoes and noise in the background. [ Background music ] The Motorola H790 retails for around $80 but you can find it cheaper on line. I'm Nicole Lee this has been the first look at the Motorola H790.
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