Motorola, Inc. has unveiled its new Motorola Endeavor HX1, which the company claims as the first headset to combine Motorola’s award-winning CrystalTalk noise cancellation technology with a stealth mode that activates True Bone Conduction technology, so the users can be confident that they are being heard in the fiercest environments, delivering revolutionary audio experience without compromising comfort.
Main Features Of Motorola Endeavor HX1:
- Motorola’s CrystalTalk noise cancellation technology is always-on to reduce everyday background noise
- True bone conduction technology used by special military forces, utilizing an in-ear sensor to seal off outside noise
- Motorola’s Multipoint technology allows users to connect to more than one device
- Voice prompts for handset status
- Supports up to 7 hours of talk time or up to 10 days of standby time
“Motorola Endeavor HX1 adds a new level of audio superiority to our industry leading portfolio and is made for people who want the freedom to take hands-free calls despite extreme noise and wind environments,” commented Wayne White, corporate vice president, companion products, Motorola Mobile Devices. “Whether you are driving in a convertible, attending a concert or standing on a busy street, Motorola Endeavor allows you to hear and be heard.”
The new Motorola Endeavor HX1 is expected to be available starting July 2009, but no words on it’s price yet.