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.