Newton Peripherals Unveils MoGo Talk for BlackBerry Curve & Javelin

Do you remember when we told you about Newton Peripherals’ new MoGo Talk headset for laptops? When this new ultra-thin integrated Bluetooth headset was introduced, we told you the company was planning other, similar headsets for mobile phones. Now, the company is coming through with that promise and has unveiled the new MoGo Talk for the BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin.

The MoGo Talk for BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin models will come with a replacement battery door that can store and charge the headset. As you’ll recall, the MoGo Talk headset uses a flexible, thin rubber eartip that conforms to your ear and blocks out noise, rather than using an earbud and/or earloop like you’ll see on other headsets.

“We designed these MoGo Talk models specifically for BlackBerry users who value the integration of phone, email and a Bluetooth headset on a single device,” said Stuart Nixdorff, President of Newton Peripherals. “Our ultimate goal is to integrate MoGo Talk units with all mobile phones; in the case of RIM, these new MoGo Talk models charge and store on the back of BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin models, with Bold and Tour models to follow. We are exploring further integrations with RIM devices that would enable MoGo Talk to charge directly with a BlackBerry unit from a single power cord.”

The MoGo Talk for BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin is available for pre-order from for $129.99.

MoGo Talk for BlackBerry Curve and BlackBerry Javelin Specifications:

Size: 24mm X 50mm X 5mm

Range: Up to 10 meters (33 feet)

Weight: 9 grams

Bluetooth Version 2.0 with Easy pair

Thinness: 5mm

Echo Suppression

Talk time: Up to 4 hours

Active Noise compensation

Standby time: Over one week

Multiple eartips included