Motion sensors are hitting headsets, with a new series of Bluetooth headsets from Jabra (News - Alert) just being released. The Motion series is designed to react accordingly to its users movements, providing a more natural caller experience.
The new Jabra headsets include intelligent controls that adjust themselves according to the user’s environment. If you set it down, it will know that it’s no longer in use and switch into power savings mode and when it’s picked up, the call pickup feature activates, adjusting its settings according to its location.
For example, if it’s particularly noisy in the background, the headsets will pick up on that and adjust the volume so that you can hear it. If it’s quiet, it will do the same, so that it doesn’t blare into your ear. While in use, a light indicator will make sure you’re not disturbed during a call.
The headphone speakers can switch between left or right ear uses, depending on the user’s preferences. Whichever ear it is being used in, it includes three different sizes of ear gels so it can always be comfortable.
The new headsets have a range of 300 feet from the device they’re paired with, allowing for mobility. Thanks to its near field communication technology, it can interact with the device in easier and better ways than ever before. It also provides up to seven hours of talk time, with standby times reaching up to 15 days.
While the price has not yet been released, the headsets will be made available in the second quarter of 2013. From the information provided, this sounds like a model made for great comfort and convenience that has been designed to make and answer calls from a headset much more intuitive.
If your ears are getting tired of your current headset model, give the new Jabra Motion series a closer look.