Includes chargeable case that gives 8 extra hours of battery life | Works with Touchless Control when paired with Motorola phones | Lasting comfort/ergonomic fit | In-Ear Sensor for Smart Call routing | Customizable to match your style
Includes chargeable case that gives 8 extra hours of battery life | Works with Touchless Control when paired with Motorola phones | Lasting comfort/ergonomic fit | In-Ear Sensor for Smart Call routing | Customizable to match your styleLess
|Size||148 x 147 cm (58.3 x 57.9 in)|
If you’re an Android user, you’d be glad to hear that the Moto Hint offers a brilliant feature for Android. It can act as a ‘trusted device’ – meaning that you can bypass the Android Security screening while wearing it and when you’re not wearing, you’ll need to unlock it with the password, pin or pattern.
The Moto Hint isn’t very good when it comes to audio quality. The headset keeps struggling when there’s a lot of noise. If you’re planning to listen to music with the headset, then you should definitely look for some o... Full review
We badly wanted the Moto Hint to work perfectly and if it had comprehensively delivered on the hype, we’d be hailing it as a new king of wearables. In reality, there’s still a way to go - the Hint needs a more mature voice-activated personal assistant system and simply to perform better as a Bluetooth headset. Still, this is a hugely exciting device. It’s not completely inconspicuous but it looks much cooler than any other options. When it works as promised, it’s brilliant. A must-have accessory for Moto X owners and worth the gamble for everyone else, if you’r... Full review
The Motorola Moto Hint is a very cool new bluetooth headset. The size and ease of use make it a very enticing gadget. It fits nicely in the deepest part of the outer ear and the discomfort mentioned before, truly is minimal and choosing the right rubber tip helps minimize it even more. The cost is $150. And for that fact, it wasn't the right headset for me. I used bluetooth in the car via my bluetooth stereo system. However, I think the Hint would be great for anyone who doesn't have bluetooth connection in the car already. Especially someone whose job may consist of a lot of travel.
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Everything about the Hint, from its size to the clever details feels like it’s a device from the future—it’s awesome. It might even be able to convince a few more people to use a hands-free solution in the car and keep everyone a little safer. The supposed integration with the Moto X, however, is terrible.
The $150 price is a little steep, but out of all the Bluetooth headset choices, it’s definitely the coolest and worth the extra money for anyone concerned about how it looks. Motorola has somehow made the Hint small enough to make Bluetooth headsets cool... Full review
Should you buy it? Maybe, but there are some big ifs. If you have a new Moto X, then it's pretty cool how it can leverage Moto Voice. If you're the sort of person who uses (or wants to use) a Bluetooth headset anyway, then the tiny form factor of the Hint could definitely be very appealing. If your job/lifestyle/fetishes could really benefit from being able to interact with your phone without touching it (I don't know, maybe you're a pastry chef and you're constantly covered in flour), then, yeah, maybe. But remember, it costs $150, which is pretty steep for a Bluetooth headset.
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