Motorola is no stranger to the bluetooth game. With bluetooth devices like the Whisper and the Sliver II, Motorola has showed that they can make a bluetooth device right. With this evening's announcement, we're not only seeing two new smartphones and a watch, but we're also seeing a new discrete bluetooth device.

The Moto Hint is Motorola's newest addition to the bluetooth game. The Hint is a small device that is placed in the ear and allows for complete control over your device. When paired with the Moto X, the Hint becomes kind of like a personal assistant that allows you to leave your phone in your pocket yet still have control. You can say "what's the weather like?" or "how do I get home?" and you'll hear the responses right in your ear.

Of course, if you don't have a Moto X, you can still use the Moto Hint as a bluetooth. It has pass-through audio so you won't have to worry about not being able to hear what's going on around you. When you put the Hint in your ear, it automatically turns on so that when you're ready to go, it's ready to go. It also has a standby time of 100 hours, and talk time of 10 hours with the special charging case that it comes with. The charging case allows for two full charges so you'll be able to use the Hint throughout your busy day.

The Moto Hint will be available for $149.99. It's currently listed as "coming soon" on Motorola's website. The Hint will also come in six fashionable colors to fit your wardrobe.


Source: Motorola