Motorola reveals two new Bluetooth headsets

Motorola reveals the Motorola Pure H15 and the Motorola H780.

Motorola Pure H15
Motorola Pure H15 Motorola

Motorola announced two new Bluetooth headsets Thursday, namely the Motorola Pure H15 and the Motorola H780.

The Pure H15 (code name Adonis) is the star of the show with a compact and lightweight design along with a flip boom mic, which we haven't seen in a lot of headsets. The flip also acts as a power switch of sorts--open it to talk and close it to conserve battery life. Even though both headsets come with CrystalTalk technology that enhances voice clarity, the H15 takes it a step further with background noise cancellation.

Both the H15 and the H780 have multipoint technology that lets each headset connect two devices simultaneously; comfortable fit and feel; and an EasyPair technology that promises an easier Bluetooth pairing experience.

The H15 has a rated talk time of four and a half hours and a standby time of seven days, while the H780 has a rated talk time of seven hours and a standby time of eight days. The H15 will retail for $129, while the H780 will retail for $99. Both are slated to come out by Q4 of this year.

Motorola H780
Motorola H780 Motorola
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Nicole Lee is a senior associate editor for CNET, covering cell phones, Bluetooth headsets, and all things mobile. She's also a fan of comic books, video games, and of course, shiny gadgets.

 

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