Samsung’s super slim Bluetooth headset looks like a stick insect

Bluetooth headsets rarely make you look good, although there are some who swear by the Aliph Jawbone when it comes to style. I guess it really boils down to personal preference, but Samsung knows that there are some of you out there who are self-conscious, and prefer to hold a handset instead of talking to a Bluetooth headset. Enter this compromise which is a Bluetooth headset in reality, although it look like some sort of fancy looking pen or stick insect with its legs folded in, where you will still need to hold it up to your ear to speak. Definitely guaranteed to get puzzling looks from passers-by and colleagues, so it remains to be seen whether this prototype will be popular enough to hit the market, and if it does, will it do well?

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