Premium audio company Bose has released three new products – the Bose Frames audio sunglasses in new styles, the Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling earbuds and the Bose Sport Earbuds.
These new products will be in stores on October 5, 2020.
BOSE QUIETCOMFORT EARBUDS – $399.95
Bose has packed the QuietComfort technology that made its headphones standout products into a wireless earbud.
Users will be able to enjoy the remarkable 20-year legacy of the Bose noise cancellation technology in a sleek in-ear design while still experiencing superior audio quality.
The QC earbuds will have 11 levels of noise control so you adjust how much of the outside world you want to let in.
They will have 18 hours of listening time between the six hours in the earphones themselves and an additional 12 hours from the charging case.
BOSE SPORT EARBUDS – $299.95
The Bose Sport Earbuds employ a new acoustic system using a high efficiency driver and proprietary port design for a clean and powerful performance.
They are called Sports for a reason – they are made for exercise with a secure fit and an IPX4 rating to handle water and sweat.
The Bose Sport Earbuds have a five hour battery life and a further 10 hours from the charging case.
BOSE FRAMES – $399.95
The Bose Frames – sunglasses that are also earphones – are back in three new styles.
Tempo, Soprano and Tenor are the new styles in the sunglasses which can block 99 per cent of UV rays while at the same time offering impressive audio quality directed into your ears from the 16mm Bose systems in each wafer thin arm.
Weighing less than 50g, the Bose Frames look good, can protect your eyes from the sun and sound good at the same time and without the need to insert anything in your ear. You just wear them like a regular pair of sunglasses.
The Tempo have a sportier style while the Tenor is a smaller squarer style and Soprano offering a subtle cat-eye design.
Stay tuned for full reviews of the new Bose range of products on Tech Guide in the coming weeks.