NextLink's Invisio Q7 will be launched as Motorola
The Q7, which will most likely be launched with a different model name, has been attracting the attention of the media and the consumers with the innovative bone-conduction technology. It eliminates the need of an ordinary microphone in the headset, since it receives the sound vibrations from the human body/bones, which should deliver high-quality sound in noisy/windy environment. NextLink assured us that the different branding would not result in lower quality. The launch date, as well as the model name and price have not yet been announced.
1. jc (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 0
japan had this technology 5 years ago(!)...
2. (unregistered) posted on 24 Apr 2008, 19:17 0 0
The US goverment had it 20 years ago... oh noes!!!!
3. (unregistered) posted on 26 Apr 2008, 13:39 0 0
the Persians had this technology 1000 years ago!
4. (unregistered) posted on 26 Apr 2008, 13:40 0 0
the Spartans and the Greeks beat the Persians! : P
5. BIGGERANDBETTER (unregistered) posted on 27 Apr 2008, 09:28 0 0
hahah, Japan had it, US had it, Persians had it, lol and now weve got the Spatans and the Greeks goign at it again. The gods never cease to amaze me with the technology of bluetooth!
6. 2l82xlr8 (unregistered) posted on 05 May 2008, 23:23 0 0
I bought the headset!!! - its great...cost me 179.00 - and man, was it tough to get...really comfortable, and hell, It WORKS... email@example.com
7. (unregistered) posted on 07 May 2008, 03:00 0 0
Where did you find the headset????
8. (unregistered) posted on 15 Jul 2008, 08:19 0 0
Same question as anonymous@May 07th 03:00, where and how did you get the headset?!
9. (unregistered) posted on 28 Nov 2008, 02:06 0 0
Anyone hear any more information on when Motorola will be releasing the rebranded version of the former Nextlink Invision Q7?