Motorola intros two NFC-enabled Elite Bluetooth Headsets

Motorola intros two NFC-enabled Elite Bluetooth Headsets

Motorola today proudly presents two new Bluetooth headset, for which the company says that posses “unmatched sound quality” and much greater connection range than the leading competitors.

The two new headset, called ELITE Silver and ELITE flip, respectively, are packed with NFC ( Near Field Communication ) technology, allowing you to pair them with your phone with a single tap, HD Audio Plus with true wideband audio for clear and richer sound, and offer an impressive 300 feet connection range. They are also equipped with CrystalTalk dual-microphone noise cancellation technology and are compatible with My MotoSpeak Android app, that will let you send text messages without even touching  the phone, as well as will allow you to easily customize headset settings like noise cancellation, equalizer and smart button function.

Motorola ELITE Silver has simple, elegant design and weighs less than 14 grams. It offers up to 15 hours of talk time and comes with a special protective case that acts as a charger.

As for the other one, the ELITE Flip model, it features TrueComfort design that let you choose from three wearing options, up to six hours of talk time and comes with same audio and noise cancellation features.

Both headsets will be available on October 24th, the Elite Silver for $129.99, while Flip model for $99.99. My MotoSpeak app available for free download from Android Market.

Source:Motorola

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