New Motorola Bluetooth headset can sense vibrations from your jaw

New Motorola Bluetooth headset can sense vibrations from your jaw
There's been a ton of Bluetooth headset that feature new technologies to help cancel out background interference. Motorola's latest incarnation into the noise-canceling world is their HX1 Endeavor Bluetooth headset which is their first to utilize bone conducting technology. Something similar has been around that Pantech created a while ago, but the improvements on this one senses sound vibrations in your jaw while you speak – aiding in the cancellation of background noise. Users can choose to have the “stealth mode” option enabled with a press of a button. U.S. consumers will have to wait because it will launch initially in Asia this July. It looks pretty and we're hoping that all the hardware packed in the device will provide a pleasant experience; with of course decent battery time.

source: Motorola via IntoMobile


New Motorola Bluetooth headset can sense vibrations from your jaw

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2 Comments

1. Sufcc

Posts: 33; Member since: Jul 28, 2008

so its a motorola Jawbone?

2. sushjames

Posts: 19; Member since: Apr 11, 2009

well nice.. but hope it won't destroy my ears... :)

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