Photokina 2014 highlights

Video Review: Sena 20S Bluetooth motorcycle headset

By

July 23, 2014

Sena's 20S - with dual Bluetooth chips, audio multitasking is now on the menu.

Sena's 20S - with dual Bluetooth chips, audio multitasking is now on the menu.

The Sena 20S sets a new standard in motorcycle Bluetooth communications with its giant 2-kilometre range, dual Bluetooth chips for true audio multitasking and strong voice control features. Here's our video review, as well as a demonstration of this jigger's outstanding wind noise reduction ability – it can clearly relay a softly spoken voice even in an open helmet at freeway speeds.

Here's the video review:

Now, check out the 20S's amazing noise cancellation abilities:

For more information, check out our full, written Sena 20S review.

About the Author
Loz Blain Loz has been one of Gizmag's most versatile contributors since 2007. Joining the team as a motorcycle specialist, he has since covered everything from medical and military technology to aeronautics, music gear and historical artefacts. Since 2010 he's branched out into photography, video and audio production, and he remains the only Gizmag contributor willing to put his name to a sex toy review. A singer by night, he's often on the road with his a cappella band Suade.   All articles by Loz Blain
Tags
3 Comments

That was pretty funny.

Buellrider
24th July, 2014 @ 08:08 am PDT

That was awesome funny with the Crescendo at the end. Thanks...

Toe-Knee

Toeknee
24th July, 2014 @ 09:32 am PDT

If Google Glass never makes a helmet version maybe these guys should make a version that supports a HUD for GPS maps and/or integrates a helmet cam. Maybe even an option for a rearview camera.

Helmets are a perfect place for a lot of wearable technologies. Maybe they partner with a helmet company for an Android Wear helmet? Google glass would be far more useful as a helmet than as a pair of glasses.

All of the technology required has existed for a while, its mostly a matter of combining it all cheaply. There are reports that Project Ara phones will cost just $50 to produce, Even though Google Glass is $1,500 its only reported to cost about $150 to make.

What that means is aside from R&D costs such a product shouldn't have to cost $3,000 or anything and its not that far fetched as a product. I don't even think it would be that niche since I know more people who wear helmets than I do that wear glasses.

Daishi
24th July, 2014 @ 08:10 pm PDT
Post a Comment

Login with your gizmag account:

Or Login with Facebook:


Related Articles
Looking for something? Search our 28,568 articles