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There aren't any physical buttons in sight, however the rear material acts as a capacitive button to start voice recognition. One tap activates the device, and then the rest is handled through voice. If you have a Motorola device with passive voice activation (Moto X), you can wake the Hint up by using your phone's launch phrase and there's no need to press the capacitive button (although this significantly reduces the standby battery life). See More
It's amazing how compact the earbud and portable charger both are. The diameter of the earpiece and charger are both considerably smaller than a dime. The earpiece itself is about the same size as regular wired earbuds, which is amazing considering that it has a battery and charging elements tucked away inside. See More
The earbud magnetically connects to the portable charger and charges wirelessly. This keeps the design of the Rowkin Mini nice and clean, and also is convenient because you don't need to use a cable. The portable charger itself can hold enough juice to top up the earbud 4 times before needing to be recharged itself, which of course needs to be plugged in. See More
There is a small LED which is constantly blinking whenever the headset is connected to your phone. This will draw others attention, making it more awkward to use in public (one of the main reasons for going with a headset that doesn't stick out of your ear). See More
More than just different sized caps are included - you get two different styles of caps in multiple sizes. In addition, there are removable clear plastic clips that clip onto the earbuds to help keep them in your ear. These clips also come in different sizes, and are ideal when working out or moving around often when regular earbuds would have a hard time staying in your ear. See More
Included is an attachment that has a wire and an additional earbud. Plug the wire into the primary (larger) earbud, and you effectively have stereo bluetooth earbuds. It's your choice if you prefer to use the single earbud, or the pair (although the single earbud will provide longer battery life). See More
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