) announced the launch of two new Bluetooth
enabled headsets, Motorola H620 and H560, that are ideally designed for in-car purposes and on-the-go environments.
Motorola, a communications company, develops technologies, products and services that make mobile experiences possible. The company’s portfolio includes communications infrastructure, enterprise mobility solutions, digital set-tops, cable modems, mobile devices and Bluetooth accessories.
Motorola H620 is said to be a complete in-car solution and H560 facilitates consumers to stay hands-free while on the go.
Motorola Universal Bluetooth Headset H620 is an ideal in-car solution. The headset that is optimized for the car provides clear and comfortable hands-free conversations with noise reduction and echo cancellation
technology. The company’s patented TrueComfort design provides users with clear audio directly into the ear. The headset also features automatic volume control, where the volume of the call automatically adjusts according to road noise, thereby delivering clear calls for both people attending the call.
The headset also supports phone voice dialing to keep users’ eyes on the road. The headset facilitates users to check the battery level with the help of a discreet, three-color battery indicator light. The EasyPair technology makes it compatible with more than 200 models of Bluetooth enabled devices. The headset is provided with a dashboard headset holder and rapid in-car charger.
Motorola Universal Bluetooth Headset H560 features a distinct design and also delivers good-quality audio. Similar to H620, the headset provides clear and comfortable hands-free conversations with noise reduction and echo cancellation technology and automatic volume control that changes volume according to the noise level in the surrounding environment. The headset, similar to H620, also features TrueComfort design, EasyPair technology and discreet, three-color battery indicator light. Flexible-sized ear cushions facilitates users with best fit, thereby reducing background noise.
“Consumers can depend on Motorola for quality Bluetooth enabled headsets that deliver both an outstanding audio experience and comfort with style,” stated Jason Few, corporate vice president and general manager, Motorola Companion Products, in a statement.
Few added, “With the H620 and H560, Motorola is continuing to offer consumers hands-free solutions that fit their life, whether it’s a headset specifically designed for the car or an on-the-go busy lifestyle.”
Both the devices are expected to be available in Q3 2008, according to the company.
Jayashree Adkoli is a TMCnet contributing editor.