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.
NEW YORK--The company credited with inventing premium noise cancelling headphones is finally taking such headphones wireless. Bose has just unveiled four distinct wireless headphones, headlined by two noise cancelling Bluetooth models, the 349.95 around ear QuietComfort 35 model that went on sale Sunday and the 299.95 QuietControl 30s that come out in September. For all its strengths as a recognizable top quality brand (typically with prices to match), Bose has been a laggard in the increasingly crowded wireless category. Indeed, the QC 35s and QC 30s prove that Bose intends to be a player in the space.
The Amazon Black Friday Uk sale produced some great deals on a wide range of products, encompassing everything from top of the range TVs to extra large bags of cat food. We also saw some great deals on headphones (and earphones) from big names like Bose, Beats, Sony, and more. If you thought these deals would dry up as we moved into Cyber Week well you were wrong, so very wrong. If anything, the opportunity to pick up a great set of headphones at a discounted rate has increased, with Panasonic, Bang & Olufsen, Sennheiser, and others offering great deals in the Cyber Monday UK sale. You can pick up Bose SoundSport in-ear earphones for £44.95,
Bose first brought its active noise-cancelation technology to its earphones with its QuietComfort 20. Until then, ANC headphones were bulky affairs. The closest you'd get to compact was if they collapsed down small enough to be jammed into your carry-on bag. The earphones, with their inline controls and combination battery pack/ANC hardware, were compact enough to tuck into a hip pocket. Other companies followed Bose's lead, introducing similar hardware of their own.
Bose was way overdue for a new pair of true wireless earbuds. The company doesn't typically release a product refresh every year, but the SoundSport Free buds were first introduced in 2017. True wireless tech has improved dramatically in the last year alone. Any product that's over two years old is going to feel pretty outdated. To remedy this, the company introduced an all-new noise-cancelling model in its coveted QuietComfort line: the QuietComfort Earbuds.