Motorola Announces MOTOPURE H12 Bluetooth Headset

Posted: Nov 6 2007, 11:04am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:43am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Motorola Announces MOTOPURE H12 Bluetooth Headset
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Today Motorola announced its latest Bluetooth headset called the MOTOPURE H12. The headset is designed using proprietary technology to provide maximum audio performance in noisy environments. The H12 uses Motorola’s CrystalTalk technology.

"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," said Jason Few, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of Companion Products, Motorola, Inc. "The H12's premier audio technology, design and style make it a premium hands-free solution that helps 'silence the noise' for on-the-go consumers and marks Motorola's innovation and expertise that have driven the company's growth and global leadership in the Bluetooth accessories market."

TrueComfort design in the H12 provides three ear cushion options and the flexible lightweight ear hook keeps the headset in place. The H12 also comes with accessories including a desktop charger, shirt clip and charging case. Talk time is up to 5.5 hours and the wireless range is 10M. The H12 is expected to be available in Q4 2007 at an undisclosed price.

Via Motorola

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