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Motorola CommandOne: A Bluetooth Headset with MotoSpeak

Get your hands on Motorola CommandOne for the ultimate hands-free experience.

Motorola has recently introduced Motorola CommandOne, Bluetooth headset that enables users to answer calls and messages directly from the headset.

Motorola has recently introduced Motorola CommandOne, Bluetooth headset that enables users to answer calls and messages directly from the headset.

The best part of Motorola CommandOne is that it uses Motorola’s CrystalTalk technology that eliminates noise and improves sound quality.

Apart from this, the hands-free device from Motorola features voice commands, A2DP and multi-point streaming.

Android users can use the MotoSpeak feature, which translates text into speech and speech into text. This feature reads out incoming text messages, and allows users to answer them through voice.

Specifications
Motorola CommandOne looks like traditional Bluetooth headset. It is 2.13 inches long, 0.73 inch wide and 0.43 inch thick.

The front side of this rectangular device is covered with a glossy gray plastic and the sides are clad in a soft rubber. The headset has an outward curve to ensure it sits better on the ear.

On the front side, there is a small diamond-like notch; one microphone sits in this notch. Below this is the status indicator light that flashes when the battery is charging.

The micro USB charging port is present on the top. There is a button for multi-purpose call on the top of the headset as well.

The on-off power slider is present on the left side. The volume control buttons and the LED light which glows when the headset is busy are situated on the right side.

The ear piece is present on the back of the device and it is covered with Motorola’s TrueComfort ear gel. An ear hook to let the ear-piece sit on either ear, and covers with different sizes are available with CommandOne.

Features
Motorola CommandOne boasts a number of features including voice prompt, common calling features such as redial etc.

Besides, it has A2DP and multi-point streaming that allow the users to connect the headset with two devices simultaneously.

An array of voice commands help the users in pairing the headset. Users can check the battery levels by pressing the two volume buttons together when the device is not in use. When connected with Apple iPhone, the battery meter shows in the right-upper corner.

Limitations
The multipurpose call button is so small that people are likely to overlook it until they consult the manual.

The MotoSpeak app is available for Android only and whether it will work on your phone or not depends on the phone set or the size of the message.

Overall, it is a useful phone accessory to have; you can buy Motorola CommandOne for $100.