Bose has done a good job in recent years of keeping its venerable brand current with tech-savvy products like Spotify-integrated speakers, a whole-house audio system, and noise-cancelling earphones. It's even plunged into the world of apps. That changes right now as Bose is announcing no less than four new models, two of them with impressive noise-canceling tech. SEE ALSO: Samsung's Level On Pro headphones are good, but nothing spectacular The headliner is the QuietComfort 35 ( 349.95), which looks and feels like a wireless version of the company's current noise-canceling over-the-ear headphones, the QC25. I got chance to try out all the new models (except for the Pulse), and although it was a controlled Bose demo, I came away impressed with how Bose has integrated its noise-canceling tech with the convenience of wireless models.
Jun-5-2016, 14:40:06 GMT