Motorola aims for stylish, discreet Bluetooth headsets

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Motorola takes the concept of fashion phones across to its line of Bluetooth accessories, with a range of stylish headsets that imitate design characteristics of its RAZR, RIZR and KRZR mobiles.

Announced at CTIA Wireless 2007 in Florida, the H680 demonstrates a fusion of style and practicality with its metallic finish and discreet size. It combines an ear bud to maximise audio quality with an over-the-ear hook proving extra flexibility and stability. Motorola expects to ship the 680 headset in Q3, 2007.

Due in the first half of this year, the Miniblue H9 is a tiny in-ear headset that's no bigger than a thumbprint. It measures 33mm by 23mm and comes with three cupped ear tips and a portable changer.

The Slider H800 could be considered the ultimate partner for Motorola's slider phone, the RIZR. It comes in blue and black versions and features a small slide-out section, which activates the H800 and answers calls.

All models feature Motorola's EasyPair technology, which puts Bluetooth devices into pairing mode by holding down the multi-function button for five seconds.


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