Bose’s New Bluetooth Headset Gets Release Date and Price

By Daniel Chubb - Oct 19, 2010

Bose – the manufacturer of specially designed headsets for pilots that reduce outside noise and their fantastic home entertainment systems – has now announced the unveiling of a new single-ear Bluetooth headset, which according to Ross Miller from, is their first.

As you know Bose products do not come cheap, because when people hear the brand name, the first thing to enter their minds is quality. This headset will carry a price of around $150 and if you want to get your hands on one, you only have to wait until mid/end of November.

This headset sports a TriPort design and uses advanced Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology, which is said to measure the background noise and incoming speech then automatically adjust the headset’s voice levels.

It comes with a protective case and includes 3 StayHear ear-tips. This model also benefits from a sliding on/off switch, LED status indicators that show whether a Bluetooth connection is established with the phone or not, as well as how much battery life there is left.

Will You pay that much for a headset or just settle for cheaper version?

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