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PERIPHERALS

Soyo FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth Headset
By: James Steele
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    2007-10-24

    Table of Contents:
  • Soyo FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth Headset
  • Technical Specifications
  • The FreeStyler 600
  • A Closer Look
  • Testing and Conclusion

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    Soyo FreeStyler 600 Bluetooth Headset - The FreeStyler 600


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    Now that the technical mumbo-jumbo is out of the way, let's take a look at the unit itself!




    The Soyo FreeStyler 600 comes in a plastic package, not unlike one you would expect to find hanging on a peg in your favorite cell phone store. The headset itself is easily visible through the packaging, giving you a good look at the craftsmanship of the headset. It also gives you some good information about the headset in general: weight, talk and standby time, a short list of device specifications. Overall, the packaging of this product, in my opinion, deserves a grade of 'A'.

           


    Opening the package was pretty simple, and in seconds I had my hands on the full contents:

    • The headset itself

    • Charging cable

    • DC adapter for cable

    • Instruction booklet

    • Product registration card





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