September 22, 2008 Motorola has added to new noise-cancellation headsets to its range - the flip design MOTOPURE H15 and the Motorola H780 Universal Bluetooth Headset. Both units feature simultaneous connection to multiple Bluetooth phones, compatibility with over 200 phone models, customizable ear cushion options for a better fit and the company's "CrystalTalk" technology designed to ensure sound clarity in noisy environments.
The MOTOPURE H15's converts 15 minutes of charging time to over an hour of talk time and its "open to talk" flip microphone format is designed to further improve battery life. The noise-cancelling technology automatically reacts to noisy (or quiet) environments and enhances signal frequency to suit without user intervention. The 0.49oz unit has 5-7 days standby time, 4.5 hours talk time and a 33ft wireless range. There's also an instant battery level check functionality which tells indicates how much power is remaining via green yellow or red lights on the side and when you are recharging, the headset stays connected to the phone.
The lighter (0.39oz) H780 model retains the more conventional stick form factor and sports a carbon fiber and brushed metal finish. It offers standby time of up to eight days, talk time up to seven hours and has the equivalent wireless range as its stablemate as well as the same battery check functionality.
Motorola's MOTOPURE H15 and the H780 are expected to be available beginning in Q4 2008 - no official word on pricing as yet.