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Motorola's new Endeavor HX1 Bluetooth headset uses bone conduction technology

Product Launch by Ricky Cadden on Thursday June 18, 2009.

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Motorola Endeavor HX1
Motorola Endeavor HX1

Today, Motorola unveiled its new Endeavor HX1 Bluetooth headset with stealth mode, which uses bone conduction technology to eliminate background noise and amplify the user's voice. With the flip of a switch, the Endeavor HX1 is able to activate an in-ear sensor that analyzes vibrations and converts them to speech.

The Motorola Endeavor HX1 is also remarkably small, measuring in at only 47mm x 18mm x 12mm (1.9in x 0.7in x .5in) and only weighs 13g (.5oz). The headset includes a set of reversible ear hooks, so you can wear it on either ear, and also uses Motorola's CrystalTalk technology. The Endeavor HX1 is expected to be available in Asia in July 2009, with other regional availability to follow.


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Ricky Cadden
Former news editor Ricky Cadden runs Symbian-Guru.com. Ricky is based in Texas.

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