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Samsung's WEP200 Bluetooth earpiece is sleek and business-like. The tiny 9g device measures around 40mm and ships with a small black charging case. The charger is fitted with small LEDs to indicate the status of the charge and the battery should last for 4 hours of normal use.

The headset operation is a little tricky at first: you have to hold the button down for four seconds to turn it on, and for 8 seconds to pair it with a phone. It takes a little bit of getting used to, but pairing isn't something you'll have to do regularly.

In use, the small device works a treat. Though it doesn't offer any form of noise-cancelling or automatic volume control, the unit is as loud as the Plantronics Discovery 640 and is fine for use in hectic environments. There are no signs of echo, and conversations come through clear and loud. The ear hook is also comfortable for long stints.

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