You want skinny. You want stylish. And you want your voice to be heard above the crowd. It sounds like you’re in the market for something like the Motopure H12 Bluetooth headset from the crew at Motorola. The incredibly compact earpiece is supposed to come with all sorts of digital doo-dahs that will offer you “maximum audio performance in noisy environments.”
Among these features is a dual microphone design, a layout that is meant to distinguish the user’s voice from the background and wind noise. CrystalTalk technology on the Motopure H12 is said to offer an “enhanced audio experience” as well. Comfort is important to the big M too, so that’s why they’ve got three ear cushion options on the TrueComfort design.
Included in the package are a desktop charger, charging case and a shirt clip. The Motorola Motopure H12 has a range of 10 meters and a talk time of 5.5 hours. No word on price, but we’re looking at a Q4 2007 launch. (Isn’t that, like, now?)