When it comes to communication, one particular rule ought to be laid down right from the very beginning – that communication is a 2-way street, and it should be done in the clearest manner possible in order to avoid all possibilities of any misunderstanding. Having said that, here is the Motorola MOTOTRBO SL300 digital portable radio that might serve its purpose well for those who happen to be on the lookout for a reliable push-to-talk communication device. Seems to me like it is an overglorified walkie talkie.
The Motorola MOTOTRBO SL300 digital portable radio happened to be designed by the company’s award-winning SL Series product team, where it offers superior audio quality as well as delivers the rest of the MOTOTRBO features which are essential when it comes to day-to-day, two-way radio communications. Boasting of an ergonomic design that would pave the way for easy one-handed radio operation, it also has a versatile accessory portfolio which will ensure that you do not end up distracted as you focus on the job at hand at that particular point in time.
Take for instance, a school teacher who totes around his SL300 two-way radio to coordinate with school administration as well as first responders in times of emergency. With this particularly slim form factor and energy-conserving Active View display, it will enable him to comfortably and easily carry his radio all the time. It does not matter come hell or high water, help is but a single button click away. You could also use it in the outdoors as a backup in combination with a emergency radio.
Apart from that, the SL300 is rather tough, as it boasts of a shatterproof Active View display that will rely on a matrix of LEDs located behind the radio housing, enabling it to communicate radio information while shutting itself off when not in use so that the battery life can be prolonged as much as possible. In addition, the shielding used will help to minimize dust and particle buildup so that the radio ends up cleaner for longer.