It’s right there in the name. The newly announced Motorola H680 Bluetooth headset comes with something the company calls TrueComfort technology, so it’s got to be absolutely comfortable to wear, right? Well, Moto is saying that this technology will “improve audio by mechanically isolating the speaker and bringing it closer to the ear canal to channel sound.” I guess they mean aurally comfortable, not physically comfortable.
Based on the picture you see below, the Motorola H680 Bluetooth headset (left) features both an in-ear sort of design, as well as an ear loop to keep it in place as you chat to your heart’s delight. Charging is done through the carry case (center), providing you with up to 9 hours of talk time, 12 days of standby. MSRP has been set at $80.
Also announced at the same time was the Motorola H375 Bluetooth headset, a more affordable solution aimed at “first-time users and multi-taskers.” It’s designed to be as simple as possible without sacrificing audio quality. The H375 retails for $40.