Perhaps if you’ve spent your entire life living under a rock, or somehow somewhere beyond the reach of the great Google machine, you’ve not heard of Motorola. However, since you are reading this on a computer, or some sort of computer-related device (maybe even a Motorola-made device), it is, I would imagine, safe to assume that you’ve at least seen the word Motorola before. That said, though, maybe you are not entirely aware of every little thing they make. My job here at Examiner is to share with you that which I find worthy of dissemination, and the following is one of those things. Meet the S11-FLEX HD.
The S11 wraps around the back of your head to deliver sound and phone calls directly into your ears through two slick earbud-type apparati, and even though the S11 is available right here, right now, a quick look at the specs will make you wonder if it actually is from the future. Firstly, this thing is light - very light, 1.85 ounces to be exact. Somehow, within this super light package, Motorola has figured out a way to pack in a plethora of features that should make the S11 a very attractive to most buyers. Let’s take a look, shall we?
- Bluetooth 3.0
- two noise cancelling microphones
- wide-band speech (WBS) for HD voice clarity
- A2DP for two channel stereo audio
- Hands-Free Profile (HFP) for real live hands-free phone calls
- apt-X for high quality 56 kbit/s audio transmission
In addition to this list, Motorola has also made it so the S11 can deliver an hour of use after just five minutes of charging, and three hours of use after just 15 minutes, which is pretty impressive considering how small and light the unit is.