Motorola recently announced H17txt with MotoSpeak, a Bluetooth headset designed to keep you connected and responsible on and off the road. This new headset, with the help of improved text-to-speech technology, can read text messages (SMS) into the headset in real time. On the other hand, you can set it to automatically send a text message to callers informing them that you are driving and will call or text later.
Text messages will automatically be played over your H17txt with MotoSpeak every time your headset is activated. And the good news is that, it can also read 150 acronyms such as lol, btw and l8r. So, you will never miss a conversation, even without touching your mobile phone.
With Motorola H17txt with MotoSpeak, you can learn who in your phonebook is texting you without lifting a finger. Thanks to incoming text sender ID announcements that are delivered to your headset. When paired with any Bluetooth 1 compatible phone, such as DROID by Motorola, H17txt with MotoSpeak even allows for turn-by-turn directions, which can be heard only by the driver.
The Motorola H17txt with MotoSpeak Bluetooth headset is being made available in the U.S. beginning April 1, 2010 at Verizon Wireless Communications stores and online. The text-to-speech application can be downloaded from multiple application stores, including Android Market, by simply searching for "MotoSpeak." Users can enable the application on their cell phone and, when paired with H17txt with MotoSpeak, automatically hear their text messages through their headset.