The Jabra Motion will work with mobile devices as well as unified communication solutions in an enterprise environment. In addition to the connectivity, the Motion features a series of motions sensors and “intelligent microphones” which allows the headset to adapt to the surroundings. The motion detection can determine when you pick up the headset which will then answer the call automatically for you. The Motion will also automatically go into sleep mode when it is laid down on the table.
For the power business users, the Jabra Motion is also able to integrate with Microsoft Linc 2013. The boom can be folded up, and the Motion can be pocketed away when you are done with it or in a meeting. The Motion should provide up to 7 hours of talk time, and a standby time of up to 360 hours. When you finally kill the battery, you can charge it via USB. The Jabra Motion will be available on April 1st and will retail for $129 (the Jabra Motion unified communication version will run $179).
sources: Jabra via SlashGear