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>> I'm Nicole Lee assistant editor for CNET.com and this is the Motorola H9 Mini Blue Blue Tooth headset. It is quite possibly one of the smallest Blue Tooth headsets we've seen here at CNET. As you can see it's barely the size of a quarter, it's really tiny, it fits in the palm of my hand. The entire front face here is actually the multifunction button. The shoulder is here, or the volume rocker and on the back here is the ear bud which has flanged ear tips to fit securely in the ear. As you can see there's no ear loop so it fits really securely in the ear just by using the ear tips here. It does come with a variety of ear tips to different size ears. We found the fit to be very secure but it does fit quite deeply in the ear so some people may not feel comfortable with that. We found the multifunction button really easy to press, nice and large. We found the volume rocker a little hard to press, a little stiff here on top here. But otherwise it's really good. The H9 Mini Blue also comes with a portable charger right here so you just fit it in and if you charge the whole device it will charge both the headset and the charger. So if you just bring this along with you on the road, and you'll sort of acts so you can pull along, the headset is very light I'm Nicole Lee and this has been the Motorola H9 Mini Blue Blue Tooth headset.
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