Take note Bose fans as WuietComfort Headphones goes wireless.
When you heard of the Bose brand the words “noise cancelling” quickly comes to your mind. Finally, the headphone maker is now in the thick of things as it now goes wireless. The company finally cuts the cord to keep abreast with is competitors which are pouncing on the Bluetooth solutions in the market.
Luckily, Bose is more than ready to make a big leap, as it is equipping its flagship QuietComfort brand with wireless connectivity. Interestingly, the design of the 35 new headphones of QuietComfort doesn’t steer away from the company’s prominent mainstays. The product showcases multiple headphones with active noise cancellation.
The cans highlight buttons that are specially built for music control, receiving calls and a rechargeable battery that can deliver up to 20 hours of music playback, or as Bose stresses it, “longer than a flight from New York to Hong Kong.”
The headphones are now available in the market and it is fetched at a price of $349.95.
The new-fangled QuietComforts comes up with a couple of earbuds. The higher QuietControl 30 are being groomed as an in-ear variant of the flagship product of the company. They are pegged at a price of $299.95 with the unveiling date set in September. The Bluetooth buds also six active noise cancelling microphones together with music playback and call control crammed into the on-neck cable. The battery life endures for up to 10 hours on a single charge.
On the other end, the SportSound headphones, are being groomed as duke it out with Jaybird’s popular fitness buds, highlighting a sweat-resistant body and tips which are built to keep them intact while engaging in a workout. The headphones are priced at $149.95, while the Pulse variant that is equipped with a built-in heart rate monitoring feature cost an additional $50.