Bose’s rumored QC 35 II noise-cancelling headphones are rumored not more: Bose made them professional these days, revealing the replace to the corporate’s widespread QC 35 top class noise-cancelling cans.
Google labored with Bose to create the new headphones, the corporate defined in a new weblog submit, serving to to “optimize” the audio accent for Assistant, Google’s digital helper device for iPhone and Android. The headphones have a devoted Assistant button, which customers can push to name up the voice-based spouse on every occasion they would like.
They don’t have Assistant on board as a devoted carrier, consistent with se – as a substitute, they combine improve for Assistant-based choices together with incoming notifications, audio options like information briefings and voice instructions for calling and track playback.
Assistant improve shall be to be had at the QC 35 II within the U.S., Australia, Canada, Germany, France and the United Kingdom, and the headset retails for $349 within the U.S. – the similar value because the QC 35 that got here sooner than.
Google mentions in its weblog submit at the new partnership and integration that it’s been running with Bose on Assistant integration for headphones “starting with” the QC 35 II, which means that lets see this option enlarge to extra of the Bose line one day.