QC 35 II will be Bose’s next hit in the market that will come with an integrated Google Voice Assistant, company announced today. The initial price of the device will $349.95 in the US. As of now, it will be available in two colors – silver and black. The updated version of the headphone will give a better feel to the users as compared to the previous QC 35s model.
All you need to do is connect your smartphone i.e. either an Android or iPhone with the Google Assistant via Bluetooth and later follow the instructions as directed by the Google Assistant app. An integrated set of headphones will allow users to have a dedicated source of listening to music, news, allows you to be with your friends and family members.
Initially, the device will be rolling out in few countries including France, the UK, Canada, the US, Australia, and Germany. It will reach the other countries gradually. Bose QC 35 II is partially made up of stainless steel and partially from glass-filled nylon. This will maintain the ruggedness throughout whenever you are out.
Ear cushions will be made up of artificial protein leather that allows you to wear it for long hours comfortably. It has a long battery life of 20 hours and is easily chargeable. The company has provided an extra button for a microphone that will increase the comfort level of the user while recording. It will also play an important role in canceling or switching the settings between low, medium and high.
Bose has also rolled its SoundSport Free wireless earbuds at the starting price of $249 but they won’t support Google Voice Assistant. Hence, they are not going to be smart enough. In fact, this is not the only headphone that will have Google Assistant support. LG will soon bring its headphone to the market that will be added to the list of smart appliances.