Motorola Moto Hint Wireless Earbuds
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The Walnut Moto Hint earbud looks like my mama's dining room table. And the Bamboo one like the living room floor. Black Leather desk chair. Dark Fabric foot stool. Thanks to Motorola, I'll soon be walking and talking to thin air with a discreet Bluetooth headset as classy as my home decor.
Bluetooth connects Moto Hint earbuds to any enabled device with the motto, "Pair it, wear it and go." Each bud (sold individually - thanks to the dude who clarified that) automatically turns on when plugged into an ear canal and turns off when taken out. Moto Hints take voice commands and provide hands-free access to calls and other information if synced with a Motorola Moto X Android phone. Earbud wearers can even pose questions such as, "What's today's forecast?" or "How do I get home?" or "What are Kate Upton's current precise GPS coordinates?" and Moto Hint will answer directly in their ears. It will also pass along notifications, make calls, and send messages without the wearer having to touch or look at a phone.
Moto Hint has a 150' roam range, up to 100 hours of standby time, and up to 10 hours of talk time. Each pair of earbuds also includes its own storage/charging case, which carries 2 extra charges. Available textile- and wood-inspired colors include Dark Fabric, Walnut, Bamboo, Light Fabric, Black Leather, and Brown Leather.