Motorola has outed its latest Bluetooth headset, the Motorola Oasis, a compact over-the-ear model that promises MultiPoint connections to two devices simultaneously. The company claims the Oasis’s DSP is capable of scything through twice as much wind noise as rival headsets – up to 12mph gusts, in fact – while they’ve also built in voice prompts for battery level, incoming calls and connectivity status.
Meanwhile the Oasis is rated for up to six hours of talktime or a full week of standby, and Motorola has shifted around the hardware controls to apparently make them easier to locate while you’re wearing the headset. The short microphone boom swivels and there are three differently sized ear gels in the box.
The Motorola Oasis will land on October 3rd 2010, priced at $79.99 and initially as an AT&T exclusive.