Motorola Finiti Review
Some consumers like the Finiti's noise cancellation technology, but others find it an average headset. It has many controls, good battery life, and a comfortable fit, reviews say, but call quality isn't what it should be. Consumers report that this headset drops calls, locks inadvertently, and is generally buggy.
The Motorola Finiti retails for more than $100 but can be found for a price that's within our budget range. While it's a higher-end headset than our top pick from Motorola, the HX550, it doesn't earn the same level of admiration from some experts, who take issue in Motorola Finiti reviews with the performance of some of the fancy features. For instance, the device's "stealth mode" detects the vibrations of your voice to distinguish and isolate it from outside sound. A gadget reviewer for the travel blog Gadling found that the feature works pretty well, but an expert at PCMag reports in a Motorola Finiti review that his voice sounded horrible with stealth mode enabled.
In the Motorola Finiti reviews we read, even detractors agree that the noise cancellation in general works quite well. The headset features CrystalTalk, a two-mike technology that filters out background noise. A reviewer at PC World found that the combination of CrystalTalk and stealth mode effectively cancels out background noise, and users posting Motorola Finiti reviews at Evo4GForum agree.
Consumers commenting on Amazon are mostly satisfied, but some point to connectivity issues. The Finiti tends to drop calls, and a few customer reviews on the AT&T site mention that it can go into a permanent sleep mode when you shut it off, and you have to re-charge it for a few seconds to get it to power on again.
The headset lasts for nearly six hours of talk time, according to PCMag's Motorola Finiti review, and 15 minutes of charging yields another 2.5 hours. With a painted chrome finish, the Finiti has a space-age design that the reviewer says looks cheap. The device comes with an assortment of earbud covers and an over-the-ear hook. The expert at PC World couldn't get past the unusual earbud covers, which come in two different shapes designed to be worn with and without the hook; the reviewer found the former more secure. Consumers posting Motorola Finiti reviews are divided on whether the earpiece is comfortable or hurts to wear.
This Motorola headset features MotoSpeak, which allows for hands-free texting when the device is paired with an Android phone. With A2DP (advanced audio distribution profile) support, users can stream music or podcasts. The Finiti also offers verbal caller ID, battery alert, and connection guidance.