Bose has just unveiled their latest in the noise cancelling wireless headphone range and it's a bit of doozy with its new voice-control technology.
Bose just released an important update to its popular line of wireless noise-cancelling headphones.
Read more The Bose 700s are wireless and noise-cancelling, which is the same sort of features already out there but where it's supposed to diverge is in its new voice-control technology.
"Noise cancelling headphones have always helped us hear better — but we need to be heard better, too and no mobile device has solved that problem," Bose category director Brian Maguire said and we can all nod our heads to that.
While wireless headphones have been a great solution to wire tangling, fraying and just generally getting caught in things, we've needed to sacrifice good audio quality on calls unless holding the phone's mic to your mouth.
The new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 aren’t so much a successor to the current QC35 II headphones.
Instead, they’re an addition to Bose’s line of noise-cancelling headphones.