The new hi-end headset is not only pretty, but also should perform well, with Motorola’s “CrystalTalk” technology which is a DSP and combined with two microphones should help for improving the sound quality in noisy environment.
It seems that Motorola has heard what we think about the comfort while wearing any of its headsets and have redesigned the ear-hook, advertising it as more comfortable now with “TrueComfort” brand.
To show its high class, the MOTOPURE H12 comes with cool accessories in the box: charging desktop cradle and charging carrying case. This reminds us of the Plantronics 645 and its luxurious box content.
AT&T will offer the Motorola MOTOPURE H12 for $99.99 after mail-in rebate.