U.S-based mobile telecommunication producer , Motorola, introduced its latest Bluetooth gadget embedded with its brand new bone conduction technology for Indonesian customers on Thursday.

Unlike the other ones currently available in the market, Motorola's bone conduction Bluetooth gadget, codenamed HX-1, offers a particular technology that uses highly sensitive censor to transfer vibrations resulted from human ear's bones while they are talking, into clearer voice vibrations that received by inner hearing organs.

According to Tracy Yeo, a Motorola's senior official who oversees Motorola's retail sales operation in the Southeast Asian region, with such a technology HX-1 is particularly different from the other Bluetooth gadgets that are still using eardrums to transfer voice vibrations to human inner hearing organs.

“The bone conduction technology is derived from military telecommunication technology that demands high-quality and accurate performance in such an extreme condition to help succeed military operations,” Ms. Tracy said on the sidelines of Motorola's MoU signing with Indonesian mobile telecommunication gadget vendor, Wellcomm, here.

The Singapore-based Motorola official said that Indonesia becomes the third country in the Southeast Asian region, after Malaysia and Singapore, where Motorola launched its HX-1 Bluetooth gadget.

China became the first Asian country to see the launching of the gadget in the continent that was conducted in June this year, she added.

According to Tracy, besides offering super clarity voice, Motorola HX-1 Bluetooth gadget also offers superb noise reduction technology that allows users to have comfortable phone conversation amid extremely noisy background.

The gadget is able to completely eliminate extreme noises around the user while he was talking through the gadget that makes his talking counterpart receives the clear voice of the gadget user only.