Motorola’s dust and sweat proof S10-HD Bluetooth stereo headphones

The Motorola’s new S10-HD Bluetooth stereo headphones has a sweat proof and water resistant design and promises to deliver superior high definition sound quality with enhanced bass.

Designed to keep your music moving with you, the S10-HD is an update to Motorolas’ award-winning Bluetooth stereo headphones S9-HD. The new model has a redesigned back housing, to optimize antenna performance,  improved co-molded buttons and the micro-USB charging cover is molded to the headphones housing with a water-proof plug. The S10-HD’s speakers are recessed in their housing with a new ear cushion interface and hydrophobic acoustic mesh for better sweat proof, while preserving audio quality.

Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth stereo headset The headset utilize Bluetooth 2.1 + A2DP, AVRCP for a connectivity with  range of up to 10 meters and provides Talk Time/Play Time/Standby Time – up to 9 hours/up to 8 hours/up to 10 days.

Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth stereo headset

S10-HD Bluetooth headset will be available in the U.S. beginning October 24 for $79.99.

Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth stereo headset

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