I'm Nicole Lee, Senior Associate Editor for CNET.com.
And this is a first look at the Motorola CommandOne Bluetooth Headset.
It is one of the latest Bluetooth headsets from Motorola.
It's very slim and compact, as you can see here.
Although, it still looks like a very traditional-looking Bluetooth headset.
On the front here are the headset's 2 microphones.
On the top is a very tiny multi-purpose call button, as well as the USB charging port.
On the side here, you do get the power slider switch.
On the other side is you get the volume rocker as well as the LED indicator and the mute button.
On the back is a round earpiece- it fits very comfortably in the ear.
There's also an optional ear-hook.
The Motorola CommandOne has a few very interesting features.
They include A2DP streaming, multi-point technology, as well as compatibility with a Motorola Android application called Moto Speak.
Moto Speak essentially lets you
send and receive text messages with your voice.
When you receive a text message, it will read out the text message for you.
You can then say Reply to dictate the reply.
When you pair the headset with an iPhone, you will see the headset's batter meter next to the iPhone's battery meter.
The Motorola CommandOne like most Motorola headsets, comes with Motorola's Crystal Talk Technology that promises dual microphone noise cancelation.
And Motorola CommandOne is
available for only $100 retail.
I'm Nicole Lee and this has been a first look at the Motorola CommandOne.
Microsoft's Surface Earbuds are touch-friendly
Amazon Echo Buds take on AirPods with built-in Alexa
Powerbeats Pro vs. AirPods 2: which one to choose?
Sony's latest truly wireless earphones are its best yet
Pixel Buds translate languages in real time
Beats Powerbeats3 Wireless: Improved but still pricey
Sol Republic Amps Air: Totally wireless earphones are gym-ready
Samsung's Level U Pro Bluetooth headphones deliver better sound
Moto Hint offers a peek at an in-ear wearable future
Sony MDR-10RBT: An affordable Bluetooth headphone with decent...