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Motorola Bluetooth H12 Headset: Comfort and performance | StuffGeeksWant

H12Like radar detectors, most Bluetooth headsets serve only to prove that you get what you pay for. Sure, you might be able to hear the person you’re speaking to just fine, but to them you probably sound distant, tinny, or full of static.

Enter Motorola’s H12 Bluetooth headset, the company’s finest offering in a sea of mediocre ones. The H12 features two microphones that work in tandem to create the magic behind what’s called CrsytalTalk, a fancy name for background noise cancelling.

It also ships with three ear cushions that together comprise TrueComfort, another catchy moniker that basically means the thing isn’t a pain to put on or wear, even with glasses.

The H12 also features the look, fit, and finish of a quality product, and ships with a desktop charger and carrying case. Talk time is rated at up to 5.5 hours and standby time is pegged at 8 days.

The retail price on the H12 is close to $200, but as usual Amazon delivers one of the best deals on the Web at just $77.56.

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  • Bob
    Nov 02

    Thats an amazing looking motorola Bluetooth headset

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