) launched its new MOTOPURE H12, a universal Bluetooth
headset. This headset is designed to help users hear and be heard in dynamic noise environments.
MOTOPURE H12 was designed for the most sophisticated, discerning mobile consumers; it features superb noise cancellation, small form factor and what the company calls an “iconic” physical design.
ason Few, corporate vice president and general manager of Motorola’s companion products division, said the MOTOPURE H12 provides an unmatched combination of superior sound quality with style and comfort to help today's sophisticated mobile consumer to hear and be heard as they move about their busy day in different noise environments.
This headset features Motorola’s CrystalTalk technology to enhance the sound quality without any sort of user intervention. The MOTOPURE H12 uses dual microphones to separate the user's voice from background and wind noise, enhancing the user's voice and channeling pure, clear, natural sounding audio to the caller.
The MOTOPURE H12 also assures extended wear comfort. The design is driven by Motorola's extensive ergonomic measurement study of the human ear, with research that included two years of digital assessments. The result: a fit that is optimized based not only on ear size but also shape. The headset features three ear cushion options combined with a smaller-than-standard eight millimeter external speaker. It has a flexible lightweight ear hook securely holds the headset in place to prevent it from flapping or falling, and can be worn in either ear.
Motorola’s new headset is built from a variety of materials, including perforated alloy bezel and diamond-cut metal, high gloss accents and a soft touch side housing. It comes with a matching desktop charger, charging case and shirt clip. The headset can be used for up to 5.5. hours of talk time on a single charge, and has a range of up to 10 meter.
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