Cutting the Cord: Bose Headphones Are Now Wireless

They cancel other noise, and they're wireless!

6. 7. 16 by Cecille De Jesus
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Bose is cutting the cord, well, not exactly “cutting.” It’s more like, removing it altogether.

“We spent 40+ years of research in pursuit of the best noise cancellation in the world. Then we obsessed about making it wireless,” their website says.

The new model features the same noise-reduction tech as the QuietComfort 25, and its Bluetooth-pairing mechanism comes with a battery can last 20 hours when wireless. The headset has music control buttons as well as keys for picking up calls.

“In making them wireless, we had one goal: seamlessly merge Bluetooth and our Acoustic Noise Canceling technology together with no compromise to the technologies or the audio performance we’re known for” Bose adds.

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However, if you want to snag your own, you will need to be willing to shell out quite a bit of cash. There is a set costs $349.95..but you do get to choose between black and silver!


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