updated 10:50 am EDT, Wed June 11, 2008
Moto H560 and H620
Motorola today refreshed its H-series Bluetooth headsets with a pair of new models for use on foot and in cars. The H620 (not yet pictured) is specifically tailored for cars and is tuned to adjust its volume as speed and road noise increase; it also comes with standard anti-echo and anti-noise techniques to improve the quality of the call regardless of the situation. A dedicated on-dash holder and a car charger let users quickly reach for a fully-charged headset.
The H560 is a more conventional headset for use in many areas and is more general in its approach to adjusting volume and cancelling both echoes and noises. Few details are available other than an improved ear tip that funnels audio more directly into the ear canal than many headsets while offering multiple ear pads to remain comfortable.
Both headsets have yet to be given prices but are set to launch during the summer.