New Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones II Review

Posted on 28 June 2018 Tags: Wearable Tech

Investing in a headphone can leave you in confusion due to plenty of models available on the market. Bose Quiet Comfort has made it pretty convenient for you via incorporating effective noise cancellation in the wireless version. It is worth noting that Bose 35 offers much more than that. Aside from other features, Quite II comes with Google’s voice assistant. Did we mention it is the first ever headphones set that offers the feature?

You only need to press and hold a button to begin interaction. That means there is no need to give a command like ”ok Google.” to proceed. The fun part is that the headphone will read notifications. Thus, it saves you from the hassle of unlocking your smartphone. It is ideal when you are traveling so you don’t miss out on an important notification.

The Google Assistant button is placed on the left ear cup which is the only feature that sets Quiet 35 and its predecessors apart. The speed and accuracy of the Google Assistant are jaw-dropping. It can pick your command even in the noisiest coffee shops and crowded train. You should download the Bose application as most of the features such as updating the firmware, toggling noise cancellation, and remapping the Google Assistant button would run through it. You will find power, pairing slider, playback, and volume adjustment buttons on the right ear cup.

Bose 35 is comfortable and you are good to go for hours wearing the headphones. The pads used in the ear cup are fantastic. You won’t believe that the pads function to block a lot of ambient background noise even when the noise cancellation mode is off. You can save multiple hours of the battery via keeping the noise cancellation mode of your headphones off. Thereby, give Bose 35 a try and get a distinctive headphone experience.

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