Nice features, but design is not attractive
Motorola is on a roll today with the unveiling of several new Bluetooth headsets. The last of the three new offerings is the H730. I am not a fan of the design of the H730, it reminds me of the big Bluetooth headsets that were popular years ago. I much prefer a slim headset myself.
The H730 uses Motorola's RapidConnect tech to answer calls by flipping the device open. The headset has dual mics for noise cancellation that eliminate background noise. Talk time for the device is up to 12 hours with up to 14 days of standby time.
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The headset has Bluetooth 3 with EDR and weighs 13.9 grams. It measures in at 41.9 x 26.9 x 20.06mm and can be paired with two phones at once. Like the other two headsets, the H730 will ship in Q4 at an undisclosed price.