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Review: Moto Hint 2015

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Review: Moto Hint 2015

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Moto Hint 2015

Motorola's new Hint isn't a significant improvment over its predecessor, and in this instance that is a good thing.

People who buy Bluetooth headsets tend to care about one thing, and that's everything. A good Bluetooth headset has to be small, but it also has to have a big battery. It has to be discrete, but it also has to have amazing audio and a quality microphone. It has to have a great feature set, but it also has to be convenient and uncomplicated. While you're at it, Bluetooth headset manufacturers, it needs to be cheap.

You can walk the mobile electronics aisle of any store and see a reasonable combination of these features with an understandable series of compromises to match, but the Bluetooth headsets that stand out actively work towards having it all. Last year Motorola made their first serious attempt at a Bluetooth headset that could be all things to all people, but especially Moto X owners. It was called the Moto Hint, and this year Motorola has refreshed this mighty little earbud in a continued effort to do everything.

Here's our review.

The Moto Hint is designed to be the Bluetooth headset you reach for when you need it, instead of something you wear all day out of convenience or laziness. It's a small ear plug that sits in a battery case you hang on your keys, and when you climb into your car or you've got an incoming call you need to take privately, you shove this little piece of plastic and rubber into your ear and everything just works. There's a sensor on the inside of the Hint that detects your ear when it is inserted, which sends the command to power up the rest of the headset and pair to your phone.

There's no two ways about it, having a Moto Hint connected to a Moto X is damn cool.

Shoving this earbud into your ear is the nicest possible way to describe what happens when you prepare to use the Moto Hint. You're effectively forcing this piece of rubber and plastic into your ear canal until the curved back finds a groove it can comfortably rest in, and the combination of that resting position and the friction caused by the design of the rubber ear gel holds Hint in place. If your ears are particularly waxy, or you've been particularly active and are sweaty, there's a good chance you'll need to perform some personal maintenance before Hint comfortably sits and stays. Once you get that seal, however, it stays surprisingly well.

When you remove Hint from your ear, the headset disconnects automatically and prepares to be places back in its case. There are no physical buttons on the Moto Hint, it's all automatic and it really does "just work" when you go to use it. In place of a physical button, the flat area that sticks out of your ear a little is a touch sensor. You can place your finger on this area and hear a beep in your ear, confirming the touch was received and launching your voice command service of choice. On the Samsung Galaxy S6, this means you can choose between S Voice and Google Now, and whichever you choose becomes the default for voice commands for as long as it is connected. You tap once, speak your command, and as long as your voice assistant of choice translated you correctly you get the response you wanted.

Moto Hint 2015

Of course, this is just what happens when you're connected to something that isn't a Moto X. When you're connected to a Motorola phone with Moto Voice set up, something a great deal more impressive happens. Moto Voice uses the microphone in the Hint as the microphone for your phone's voice recognition system, which means your Moto Hint is now ready at all times for you to give your personal command and wake the phone from upwards of 150 feet away as though you were standing right next to it. There's no two ways about it, having a Moto Hint connected to a Moto X is damn cool, especially if you regularly use Moto Voice for things.

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When you insert a fully charged Moto Hint into your ear, the first thing you'll hear is a voice telling you there's three hours of talk time remaining. In our tests, this was a little closer to four hours of talk time. Depending on what phone your Hint connected to, standby times vary wildly. When connected to a Moto Voice phone, standby time is only five hours due to the constant connection to your phone. Any other phone will get you more than a day of standby time, since it's working like a regular Bluetooth headset in this situation.

According to Motorola, the battery case provides an additional 14 hours of talk time and either 27 or 200 hours of standby time. It doesn't provide this battery power all at once, rather through a constant swapping in and out as you charge it. Ideally the headset is always fully charged when you need it, so you've always got at least three hours of talk time to use. Placing the earbud back into its case and closing it immediately starts the charging process, and in our testing it took just under an hour to fully charge a dead Moto Hint. This works well for anyone who is casually using a Bluetooth headset, but those who require something constantly connected and are on the phone for more than three hours in a day may find it's important to keep a power supply nearby.

Moto Hint Galaxy S6

For most users, audio clarity is what separates a decent Bluetooth headset from a great one. The speaker on the Moto Hint isn't particularly loud, but it's nice and clear. For a Mono earbud, there should be little problem hearing the other side of the conversation and the occasional YouTube video or song almost passes for enjoyable. The microphone faces some natural challenges being so far from your mouth, and since it's not in contact with your jawbone it can't use audio conduction like some of the other small designs. As a result, the overall quality is a little on the muddy side.

As you can hear for yourself, while the audio in a quiet room is passable, there's not a lot going on in the way of ambient noise reduction. Using this headset in a car will result in some obvious background noise, and using this headset in a crowd will be less than ideal for the person on the other end of the call. It's far from unusable, but the limitations here are indeed noticeable.

Moto Hint 2015

Motorola's Bluetooth efforts have caught our eye for the send year now, but the bottom line remains the same. Hint is designed for people who need a Bluetooth headset for short bursts and aren't looking for the absolute best in audio quality. It's small enough that anyone could enjoy using Hint, but only if you can actually get the earbud to fit and stay and by comfortable. This is a solid update on an attempt to make a one size fits most Bluetooth earbud, and it goes a long way towards making the once awkward and bulky ear accessory disappear, but you're still going to need to touch one for yourself to see if its for you.

Buy: Moto Hint (2015)

2 years ago

Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

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Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5
Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid Case for Galaxy Note 5

For light protection against minor accidents, the Amzer SlimGrip Hybrid hugs the Note 5 perfectly with complete access to its features.

This bumper case is straight up simple — making it a great option for those that don't care for cases and only need the bare minimum to keep it scratch free. The TPU bumper is the only portion that's actually colored, and is available in black or white. It's glossy, which means fingerprints will make their appearance, but aren't very noticeable since it's only the edging we're talking about.

2 years ago

Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

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Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+
Pelican Protector Case for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

Not one to bulk up your Galaxy S6 edge+? The Pelican Protector Case is sure to satisfy with its slim design that scores high in protecting against impacts.

The thermoplastic rubber (TPR) construction of the Pelican Protector Case keeps it just flexible enough to easily install and remove from the Galaxy S6 edge+. The easiest method is to set the phone in topside first and lay the rest into the case, pulling back the bottom a tad to snap it into place. The edging seems to be slightly more flexible than the rest of the case, especially around the side buttons and port openings at the bottom.

2 years ago

Spigen Slim Armor Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

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Spigen Slim Armor Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Spigen Slim Armor Case for Galaxy Note 5
Spigen Slim Armor Case for Galaxy Note 5
Spigen Slim Armor Case for Galaxy Note 5
Spigen Slim Armor Case for Galaxy Note 5
Spigen Slim Armor Case for Galaxy Note 5
Spigen Slim Armor Case for Galaxy Note 5

You can't go wrong with 2 layers of protection around your Galaxy Note 5, and the Spigen Slim Armor ensures things stay slim.

The Galaxy Note 5 is a handful, so selecting a case that doesn't make handling the device any more difficult is what we're after. Spigen's Slim Armor Case manages both layers without going overboard on bulk with a couple extra features to boot.

2 years ago

ZTE partners with AT&T to offer its first Wi-Fi hotspot for the car, the Mobley

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ZTE partners with AT&T to offer its first Wi-Fi hotspot for the car, the Mobley

ZTE announces the Mobley, an AT&T Wi-Fi hotspot for the car

ZTE announces the Mobley, an AT&T Wi-Fi hotspot for the car

ZTE has announced its first Wi-Fi hotspot for the car, the Mobley, which will offer AT&T customers high speed data on-the-go. Unlike other hotspots, the Mobley will plug directly into your vehicle, as long as it's from 1996 or later, through the ODB II port. This prevents you from having to turn it on and off, as it is on when the car is, and off when the car isn't running.

2 years ago

Top 6 accessories for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

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Top 6 accessories for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

It's time to accessorize your Galaxy S6 edge+ with the essentials that make everything sweet and simple.

If you're on the hunt for new accessories for your Galaxy S6 edge+ then you've come to the right place. We've selected 6 of our favorite gadgets to go with the new device that include fast charging solutions, amazing audio options, and even a solid case to keep it protected from impacts and scratches.

Read on: Top 6 accessories for Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

2 years ago

Gadgets of the week: Moto 360, Sphero BB-8, and more!

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Gadgets of the week: Moto 360, Sphero BB-8, and more!

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Buy Moto 360

It's been a hectic IFA with tons of new gear to look forward to. We're going to peek behind the big-name phones and tablets at the Android accessories that are ready to order now, including toys, wireless video, and especially wearables. Both Motorola and Huawei had some respectable new smartwatches on the show floor this week that are worth a gander. There were even a few new releases outside of Berlin; come and see what's up.

2 years ago

Where to buy all of Motorola's latest and greatest

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Where to buy all of Motorola's latest and greatest

Where to buy Motorola Pure Edition
Buy Moto 360 sport

Where to buy Motorola Pure Edition

With all of the new products coming from Motorola in the last couple of weeks, like the Moto 360 (2015), Moto X Pure Edition, and Moto X Play, it's getting tricky to figure out what's coming out when and where. Some of these have release dates, others only have windows, some are already out. Some may not even be coming to your country, and many aren't sold by service providers. We'll be reaching as far back as the spring so you can see how all the latest generations compare. With any luck, we'll straighten everything out for U.S., U.K., and Canadian shoppers.

2 years ago

Seidio DILEX Pro with Metal Kickstand Combo for Galaxy Note 5

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Seidio DILEX Pro with Metal Kickstand Combo for Galaxy Note 5

Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5
Seidio DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5

The smart design of the DILEX Pro Combo for Galaxy Note 5 manages to keep things slim, enhance grip, and handle the inevitable drop.

Instead of just looking at the DILEX Pro Case on its own, we figured why not throw in the DILEX Pro Holster for good measure. Seidio has really refined the design of their popular hybrid cover, including a sturdy metal kickstand on the back that has shown to hold up over cheap alternatives. Despite the fact that both layers aren't one solid piece, it looks and feels great around the Galaxy Note 5 — not bulky like the Pelican Voyager, for instance.

2 years ago

Moto Surround vs LG Tone Infinim vs Samsung Gear Circle

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Moto Surround vs LG Tone Infinim vs Samsung Gear Circle

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Bluetooth headphones can be a life saver, as long as you know which one fits your needs.

It may hard be to take $100 Bluetooth headphones seriously when you know what $100 in wired headphones can get you these days, but there are plenty of folks out there today who need that portability in order to get their audio fix throughout the day.

Fortunately for these users, there are several options in this price range that both look nice and pack some interesting features. The somewhat unflattering name "neckbuds" stands out as the popular name for this category, due to the ability to hang the hardware around your neck all day and have Bluetooth headphones whenever you need them.

We're talking today about the Samsung Gear Circle, the LG Tone Infinim, and the recently released Moto Surround neckbuds, and while you can't go wrong with any of the three we're going to take a look feature for feature and see which one stands out in the crowd.

Moto Surround vs LG Tone Infinim vs Samsung Gear Circle

2 years ago

Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5

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Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5

Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5
Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5
Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5
Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5
Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5
Samsung S-View Clear Flip Cover for Galaxy Note 5

The S-View Clear Flip Cover grants an easy peek at the basics, but doesn't make anything else much easier.

Arguably one of the more popular cases from Samsung is this clear flip cover that's designed to present simple features such as time, incoming/missed calls, and preview notifications without having to flip it open. The Samsung ID chip embedded in the front cover is what makes the magic possible, however, its features are rather limited when compared to the likes of the HTC Dot View Case. Basically, you have to really like the style of this case to make it your day-to-day guardian for the Galaxy Note 5.

2 years ago

BB-8 by Sphero won't support voice commands on Android at launch

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BB-8 by Sphero won't support voice commands on Android at launch

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BB-8 by Sphero

$149 Buy now

We've been messing with BB-8 by Sphero for a few hours now, and having a ton of fun patrolling the office and racing with the other Sphero robots we have in the office. If you're a fan of Star Wars, particularly the upcoming Force Awakens movie, this is undoubtedly going to be the toy to buy this year. Unfortunately, those of us running Android are going to have to wait a little while for one of the coolest things this rolling orange robot can do.

In the promo video for BB-8 by Sphero, you see a demonstration of voice commands for the little robot. They work great, you can have BB-8 look around and patrol an area, move forwards and backwards, and even shout "it's a trap!" and have the little droid scurry off at max speed in whatever direction it is currently facing. Unfortunately, none of these voice commands work on Android just yet. In fact, the button to enable the feature isn't in the app settings at all, which is weird when you can see mention of voice actions in the BB-8 app description on the Play Store before the app was pulled (currently the APK is available on the Sphero website ).

BB-8 Play Store

While this is a bummer to anyone who plans on rushing out to pick one of these robots up tomorrow, there's no need to worry. Orbotix will be releasing an update to the BB-8 app for Android once the feature is ready. In the mean time, start picking out where you want the charging dock to live. It needs to be somewhere you can see when the little docked robot has something to say.

Buy Sphero BB-8 now from Best Buy

2 years ago

Labor Day Sale: 20% off accessories at ShopAndroid!

Labor Day Sale: 20% off accessories at ShopAndroid!

We're slashing prices this entire week on Android accessories, so getcha some while they're on the cheap.

Some of us will be enjoying our long Labor Day weekend by grilling up some BBQ with friends and family or getting our splash on at the beach. No matter how you spend your day off, starting today you can save 20% on everything from ShopAndroid through midnight, September 9. There's plenty to choose from for the latest devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6, and more.

Use coupon code: LD2015 at checkout to apply the 20% discount to your entire order, and remember that we offer free shipping on orders over $50 within the continental US.

Let's shop!

2 years ago

BB-8 by Sphero is every Star Wars fan's dream robot

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BB-8 by Sphero is every Star Wars fan's dream robot

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When the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was revealed to the world, a whole lot of people had the same thought about one of the little robots in the trailer. It looked suspiciously like a giant Sphero robot with a little floating head on top, so naturally a ton of people asked Orbotix if they would be able to make a version of their popular Sphero robot to look like this thing from the trailer. Not long after, the world learned that not only was Orbotix capable of making a small version of that BB-8 droid, but was the company responsible for making the big one being used in the movie.

Today, BB-8 by Sphero is finally a real product you'll soon be able to buy for yourself, and it's shaping up to be the toy every Star Wars fan is going to want to own.

On the surface, this little droid closely resembles a Sphero orb with a little head on top, but the overall feature set blows away anything we've come to expect from the folks at Orbotix. BB-8 by Sphero pairs to your phone or tablet and lets you control movement, and as you'd expect it's the same kinds of movement we've seen from the larger BB-8 appearing in The Force Awakens.

$149 Buy now

The BB-8 app includes several control methods, including voice controls tuned to the owner, sentry mode between pre-determined areas, and even autonomous behavior if you just want the droid to roam around and play.

Sphero describes BB-8 as having an adaptive personality, and claims its behavior will change based on interaction with you. A line you'll see repeated in marketing material is how this droid is more than a toy, it's your companion.

The BB-8 app also includes a communication mode, allowing you to record messages from your phone and have them play back in an Augmented Reality field that looks as though your message is being played through a holo-projector baked into BB-8. If you've got friends who also have BB-8 droids, you'll be able to send holographic messages back and forth to one another through the app.

BB-8 Holo Messaging

As you'd expect from a Sphero-like toy, the wireless docking cradle lets you drop BB-8 in when you're done playing and pick it back up when you're ready to go. Like the robot itself, the cradle is sporting heavy Star Wars theming, and when BB-8 is placed in its cradle the head adjust automatically to face forward, acknowledging that charging has started and just plain looking cool.

BB-8 by Sphero is launching on Force Friday, September 4th for those who haven't been paying attention to every little thing in the Star Wars Universe, for $149. Everything you need to know about grabbing one of these for yourself can be found over at the Sphero site.

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2 years ago

Pelican Voyager Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

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Pelican Voyager Case for Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5
Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5

Pelican Voyager Case for Galaxy Note 5

When regular cases just don't cut it, the Pelican Voyager stays true to protecting the Galaxy Note 5.

Similar in build quality to that of OtterBox and Lifeproof, the Voyager Case focuses on the needs of the rugged Note 5 user. That means serious impact protection that's going to hold up when your device hits the turf. It includes a 2-piece snap on cover, separate screen protector, and a belt holster for quick draw access at your side.

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