Motorola unveils new HD Bluetooth Headphones


Motorola unveils new HD Bluetooth Headphones


Motorola has unveiled their latest range of sophisticated HD Bluetooth headphones. The new range of products is named Motorola S11-FLEX HD wireless headphones.

Company claims that these headphones are designed to provide optimum comfort for users while wearing it across head and ears. There is no need to worry about headphones slipping from ears too often. It is especially designed for adventurous users engaged in activities like hiking, running or mountain biking who love to enjoy music while they are on the go.

The two key attractions of Motorola S11-FLEX HD wireless headphones is the presence of a flexible outer band and an adjustable inner strap. More space and comfort is provided with the flexible outer band and inner strap. The headphones can be attached wirelessly with any compatible device.

The company is claiming that HD Bluetooth headphones would be capable of capturing signals from as far as 150 feet. Company is assuring ‘better-than-wired sound’ with these HD Bluetooth headphones.

Motorola S11-FLEX HD wireless headphones will also feature a host of other user-friendly features.

It includes:

  • Single tap EQ Controls for managing the equalizers with ease.

  • Volume controls for reducing and increasing the sound.
  • Very less charging time. Approximately 5 to 15 minutes required.
  • Users will have to wait until October 28 when these headphones would be made officially available for retail purchase. Users can purchase Motorola S11-FLEX HD wireless headphones for a price of $130 (approximately Rs.7,000).

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