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Motorola releases two new wireless headphones for only $59.99 and $69.99

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In addition to unveiling three new flagship smartphones, Motorola is releasing two new wireless headphones to pair with the devices. Available starting today, the Moto Pulse and Moto Surround are attractive (and attractively priced) enough to lure in anyone interested in Motorola's lineup.

The Moto Pulse is a classic pair of on-ear headphones aimed at Beats lovers, featuring 40mm speaker drivers that put them in the same lane as other, bass-ier headphones. The cans boast a 60-foot wireless range and can last up to 18 hours on a single charge.

Moto Surround

The Moto Surround, on the other hand, are the kind of around-the-collar wireless earbuds most often seen worn at the gym. They're waterproof and sweatproof, but Motorola also promises high-quality audio from them.

Both headphones also feature the standard ability to take voice calls, and are compatible with iOS and Android. And with the new Motorola Connect app, users can keep track of the headphones' battery life from their phones and also track them down via Google Maps if they get lost. The Moto Pulse sells for $59.99 while the Moto Surround retails for $69.99.


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