Along with a cavalcade of handsets, Motorola also announced three new Bluetooth accessories at CTIA Fall 2010. They are the Motorola Finiti and Motorola CommandOne Bluetooth headsets, plus the Motorola Roadster, a Bluetooth car kit/speakerphone.
The Motorola Finiti has three microphones, which combine to cancel out wind and surrounding noise. There's also a stealth mode that will help convert your vocal vibrations into speech, which promises to be useful in especially noisy environments. This utilizes the bone conduction technology we saw in the Motorola HX1. With a special MotoSpeak 2.0 app for Android, you can also listen and reply to text messages. Other features include voice command, voice alerts, CrystalTalk noise cancellation, A2DP streaming, multipoint, and a battery meter on select phones.
The Motorola CommandOne doesn't have the same stealth technology, but it still has CrystalTalk noise cancellation and compatibility with the aforementioned MotoSpeak application. It also has A2DP streaming, multipoint, voice controls, and TrueComfort design.
Last but not least, Motorola announced the Roadster, a Bluetooth speakerphone designed to fit over your car's visor. It also supports the MotoSpeak technology, plus it has dual microphone noise cancellation, a loud 2-watt speaker, A2DP audio streaming, automatic on and off, multipoint, plus an FM transmitter.
Pricing hasn't been announced for these accessories, but they'll be available later this year.
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