Motorola offers sweatproof stereo Bluetooth headset
Motorola has unveiled a new set of Bluetooth stereo headphones for use with your stereo Bluetooth supporting PMP. The hew headphones are called the SD10-HD. The headphones have a hydrophobic acoustic mesh to keep sweat out and an ear cushion interface to prevent moisture from getting inside.
All of the buttons and ports are molded and protected from moisture. The headphone are designed to be worn during exercise or running and stay in place comfortably. Other than listening to music, the headphones will also work for making and receiving calls.
The talk time is up to nine hours and standby is up to 10 days. The headphones will last for up to eight hours with music playback only. They ship with several ear tip sizes and have a wireless range of 10M. The headphones will ship in Q4 at an undisclosed price.
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