Motorola forges new ground in mobile music with the announcement of the Motorola Bluetooth(R) Stereo Headset HT820, Motorola Bluetooth Stereo Transceiver DC800 and Motorola Bluetooth USB PC Adapter PC850. Designed for freedom, ease of use and seamless access to favorite songs, this trio creates a premium hi-fi wireless mobile music system.
As the first headset of its kind on the market, the Motorola HT820 wirelessly connects to a Bluetooth wireless-enabled phone and a separate music source simultaneously -- promising that users can enjoy favorite songs without missing a call. Music automatically pauses when a call comes in and when the call ends, the music resumes play. The intuitive headset features controls for both the music source and mobile phone -- making it easy to play, pause or stop a favorite song, as well as receive, answer or end calls wirelessly.
Motorola's new trio of music-focused Bluetooth products eliminates the clutter of cables and provides Bluetooth connections for up to 10m (30 feet) -- delivering flexible, high-quality, hands-free communication and entertainment.
The lightweight, ergonomic Motorola HT820 provides premium communication and music connectivity with minimized background noise and reliable battery power. Complete with a 3.5mm headset jack and accessory cable, the headset is compatible with non-Bluetooth devices for universal music enjoyment.
With the ability to turn most stereos into a wireless music system, the portable Motorola DC800 streams content to the Motorola HT820 from the stereo and Bluetooth wireless-enabled mobile phones, PCs or other devices. For group listening, music can be played through the stereo speakers.
The Motorola PC850 empowers traditional laptops and PCs with Bluetooth technology, establishing cordless connections to compatible mobile phones, headsets and PDAs. Whether used to share and stream music files, data or images, the PC adapter provides a new level of mobile convenience.
The Motorola Bluetooth Stereo Headset HT820, Motorola Bluetooth Stereo Transceiver DC800 and Motorola Bluetooth USB PC Adapter PC850 are expected to be available in the first half of 2005.