!>http://www.motorola.com/mot/image/13/13668_MotImage.jpg! Motorola Motorola H5 MINIBLUE. This may be the ultimate headset. It is incredibly small because the microphone actually picks up your voice through bone conductance. So, it just slips inside your ear and there is no microphone externally at all. It is just 33mm x 41mm and has a little chargine station.

The other thing is that since it listen *inside* your ear, it is very noise resistent. Sign me up, ships sometime in 1H2006. “Engadget”:http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/cellphones/motorola-h5-headset-reviewed-verdict-super-tiny-152553.php points us to Bengalboy who says it finally make it look like a fashion thing rather than a geek thing. It actually has a carrying case that has a battery inside it, so when you put it away, it actually recharges the tiny thing but that case is pretty big. For me this is a good ting since I always lose these little guys.. Very clever.

These are the size of the NextLink earpieces I had, but broke because they were so delicate, so these will hopefully be more durable. But the wya, the NextLink 5G is probably the smallest little thing I’ve ever seen. The main issue he found was that the volume is pretty low and also compared with the “NextLink AX2”:http://www.engadget.com/2005/11/07/nextlink-bluespoon-ax2-reviewed-4-5-stars/ (which I found fine), this one is uncomforable because it completely seals the ear. That’s how it works. For me, that’s not that big an issue, I love my Etymotics that do the same thing. As an aside, the new “AX2”:http://pocketnow.com/index.php?a=portal_detail&t=reviews&id=705&p=1 got a nice review from PocketNow, maybe it is more reliable and maybe Calvin won’t step on it again :_)

This could be the perfect, take a ride on your bike and do a conference call since the noise cancelling and sealing really works.

It is going to cost $200, so cool costs.

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