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Motorola announces MOTOPURE H12 Bluetooth headset

Motorola went and announced their H12 Bluetooth headset just now, and it’s the first headset to feature CystalTalk, previously found only in some of their handsets. It supposedly was designed with “TrueComfort” which should alleviate those awkward irritating moments when wearing a Bluetooth headset for longer than 5 minutes. They didn’t just stop there, though. The actual headset (we’re talking about a headset, not a phone, OK?) comes with a matching desktop charger, charging case, and even a shirt clip so you can rock it all day, everyday, just like Busta Rhymes. We heard it will initially be only available through AT&T stores, so what do you say Moto? You’ve got our address! Full specs, after the jump!

UPDATE: Beginning today, the MOTOPURE H12 will retail for $99.99 after a mail-in-rebate at AT&T stores.

  • Ear bud w/ ear hook for extra security
  • Weight: 12 grams
  • Dimensions: 41mm x 18mm x 12mm
  • Talk Time: up to approximately 5.5 hours
  • Standby Time: up to approximately 200 hours
  • Connector: Contact charging, Micro USB located on charging solutions
  • Easy Pairing Technology: Exclusive technology simplifies connecting to your compatible Bluetooth® enabled device
  • Automatic low power mode
  • LED light indicates battery life
  • Volume orientation
  • Dedicated power switch
  • Call button: answer, end, reject, mute and hold
  • Bluetooth Class 2 wireless technology offers a wireless connection up to 10 meters (33 feet) away*

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