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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com. And this is the Nokia BH902 bluetooth headset. It is pretty clunky as far as bluetooth headsets go, but there's a reason for that. There is a one inch OLED display. It shows caller ID, a recent calls list. You can even have your phonebook accessible through here. And it's a pretty good looking stream. We're normally not fans of bluetooth headsets with screens, but you know, it's a pretty good screen, and it's portable enough that you can sort of carry it around and look at the caller ID before you answer it. The design itself is pretty sleek and stylish. On the side you do get the volume controls and the multi function call button. On the other side you get the power key. On the back you do get the typical in ear earbud style, and a flexible ear loop as well. The fit was pretty comfortable, the ear loop is nice and thin and flexible, so it's good for those of us who wear glasses. Sound quality was great. It also comes with a carrying clip that you can sort of attach and then use the clip to clip onto your belt or your shirt lapel, that way you can actually see the display before you answer the call. So it's a very cool looking, stylish headset with good performance. It is a little pricey however at a hundred and seventy dollars, but you do get a OLED display out of it. My name is Nicole Lee, this has been the Nokia BH902 bluetooth headset.
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