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>> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for cnet.com, and this is the Samsung WP350 Bluetooth headset. It is as you can see, a very slim headset, one of the thinnest headsets you've ever seen, and it's a very slim, stylish design here. On the front you do get a multifunction button, and the volume controls are on the left and right side. On the back you get a very simple, traditional style ear bud that fits in the ear, that's also a optional ear hook that's very flexible, and that can be rotated to fit either ear. It's a very comfortable fit actually, fits really comfortably in the ear, there's not much discomfort involved. The sound quality was pretty good as well. There was some static, and some slight hissing in the background. But it's okay for what it is. It's a pretty basic headset in that sense. You do get the typical features like answering calls and so forth. The Samsung WP350 is available right now for around sixty dollars. My name is Nicole Lee, this has been the Samsung WP350.
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