The Motorola Elite Silver is a wireless headset with a unique and discreet design. It works via Bluetooth, and NFC is supported too. The Elite Silver supports both calls and music playback, and can be paired with two devices simultaneously.
Putting it on, you almost do not seem to have anything on. I have had it on for up to four (4) hours without the usual discomfort that I have experienced with other wireless headsets. Volume is quite loud both during calls and during music playback. Audio quality is good too, though sometimes the person at the other end of the call mentioned some static. Is it the headset or that was network? Time will tell, but so far, using the Elite Silver has been a joy. Expect more accounts of my experiences later.
Here are a few photos for your pleasure:
Thanks to SWOT technologies for the headset!
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