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If Nokia's MD-7W Bluetooth speakers are the Rolls Royce of mobile phone accessories, then the company's MD-6 Mini-Speakers are the Nissan. Sure, they're reliable and easy to use, but you wouldn't want to take them to the prom. But even if they're not particularly flashy, the MD-6 speakers deliver descent sound quality for their portable size and affordable AU$95 price tag.

You wouldn't be alone if you thought the MD-6 speakers resembled an over-sized lipstick case. Indeed, many people made such a comparison when the speakers were laying around the CNET offices. The bar-shaped speakers are small enough to slide into a bag or a large pocket, and they're relatively light for their size. And for even easier portability, Nokia includes a carrying bag in the box.

The speakers are clad in a black plastic skin with red caps at either end. The only other exterior features are a tiny light and a sliding button that pushes out one end of the bar to expose the phone connection cord. The cord stretches a generous 70cms, but it wraps up neatly; just the end is left dangling outside the case

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