Motorola's eartastic Bluetooth headset

We think it's even cozier than the Jawbone

Crave UK

Motorola has a had a bit of a bumpy ride in the past six months, but recently we've seen some pretty cool stuff come from the company, including the Razr 2 V8 and this little Bluetooth headset, called the Motopure H12.

Similar to the Jawbone, this petite headset uses noise-canceling technology to produce a better experience when you're listening to a caller. At only 10 grams (a little more than a third of an ounce), the H12 is really light and very wearable too. According to a Motorola PR, the H12 was voted the most comfortable design during testing and we believe it. It's easy to put on and doesn't feel awkward on the side of your ear--we think it's even cozier than the Jawbone. It's also really easy to charge up using the magnetic dock (pictured left) and there's even a portable carrying case (right) that doubles up as a charger for filling up the battery on the go.

But the big questions are how does it sound and is it better than the Jawbone? Well, our first impressions of the sound quality were that it's as good as the Jawbone with no noteworthy differences between the two.

(Source: Crave UK)

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