Motorola Introduces two new Bluetooth Headsets With Cool Features

Motorola Introduces two new Bluetooth Headsets With Cool Features

What you see in this video is a new headset technology introduced by Motorola today an it might remind you of Siri, the new iPhone voice software. Now assuming that this kind of voice recognition takes more than a few days to develop, it’s impossible Motorola copied this from Apple but nevertheless, the similarities are shocking. Indeed, you can partly control any Android phone with this headset. You can send texts, have incoming texts read to you, and reply by voice.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-hte9Etf1M[/youtube]

Another cool feature is that both these headsets features NFC capabilities, which basically enables you to pair your headset and phone with just a tap. More details are available after the break.

 

Here’s the exact features, specifications and pricing of both models:

Motorola ELITE SLIVER Key features and specifications:

  • HD Audio Plus with true wideband audio and CrystalTalk™ dual-mic technology enable increased clarity and richer sound
  • NFC technology pairs device to NFC-enabled phones1 in one tap
  • Extended roaming range up to 300 feet2
  • Integrated with My MotoSpeak to hear incoming messages, speak outgoing texts and send without ever touching your phone
  • Up to 15 hours of talk time4 when combined with the included charging case
  • Weighs less than half an ounce and can barely be seen when worn

Motorola ELITE FLIP Key features and specifications:

  • HD Audio Plus with true wideband audio and CrystalTalk™ dual-mic technology enable increased clarity and richer sound
  • NFC technology pairs device to NFC-enabled phones1 in one tap
  • Extended roaming range up to 300 feet2
  • Integrated with My MotoSpeak to hear incoming messages, speak outgoing texts and send without ever touching your phone
  • TrueComfort™ with three distinct wear styles
  • The unique RapidConnect™ feature lets you simply flip open to turn on and talk, flip closed to turn off and save power
  • Battery provides up to six hours of talk time, 12 days of standby time4

Pricing and Availability

Starting Oct. 24, 2011, both headsets will be available online at www.store.Motorola.com. Motorola ELITE SLIVER will be $129.99 and Motorola ELITE FLIP will be $99.99.

My MotoSpeak is a free download from Android Market™.

For more information, just hit the source link and read the press release.

Source: Motorola

About author

Thijs Koot
Thijs Koot 134 posts

If you see a scratched phone running an unfamiliar looking Android version, you know it's Thijs. Apart from breaking and fixing phones, he loves to play the guitar as well.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Nexus 5 benchmark shows a true beast

As mid-October inches closer and Nexus fans line up by their keyboards to order the latest and greatest from LG and Google, a benchmark test has surfaced showing the Nexus

News and Rumors

Google Voice customers will lose features when switching to Google Fi

Engadget has reported that Google’s upcoming cellular service, Fi, lacks Voice features, including calls, texting, and voicemail within Talk, Voice, and Obihai. However, these options are available currently in Hangouts,

News and Rumors

Google partners with ChowNow to bring Google Wallet to thousands of restaurants

ChowNow, an online ordering and marketing platform for restaurants, has partnered with Google to bring Google Wallet to thousands of restaurants across the United States.  As of today, any restaurant

3 Comments

  1. Timothy B
    October 14, 21:46 Reply

    MotoSpeak has been out for at least 8 months.  I’m not sure what the difference is between “My MotoSpeak” and “MotoSpeak.”  From the market desciptions, they sound almost the same.

  2. Josh Boles
    October 15, 00:08 Reply

    The prompts, and even voices, sounds exactly like the Genius button I had on my myTouch 4G slide. I wonder if this is the same product, just rebranded?

  3. Toys Samurai
    October 17, 13:58 Reply

    NFC is great! Oh, but wait, which Motorola Android phones support NFC?

Leave a Reply