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Motorola launches MOTOPURE H12 Bluetooth headset

Sean Cooper, @sean_cooper
November 6, 2007
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As we'd heard hinted at in the past, Motorola has unveiled its new and glitzy MOTOPURE -- these names are getting so old -- H12 Bluetooth headset. Featuring Moto's CrystalTalk dual microphone noise cancellation, diamond cut metal housing, and 5.5 hours talk and 200 hours standby time, if the price's right, it'll likely find its way into ears everywhere. We like that Motorola has included a charging base plus a small carrying case that doubles as both charger and protective case for when not in use. As an added kindness, they've also thrown in a few ear cushions to make your wearing experience a pleasant one. This 12 gram wonder will set you back $99 after rebate -- of the mail-in variety we're afraid -- from your local AT&T store.


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