Bose are renowned for their top of the range sound systems and high quality headphones. You would have thought that the link between high quality sound and Bluetooth headsets would have been made long before now.
Now the link has been made, but the real question is why has it taken so long? You don’t think Bose would miss out on that opportunity, do you? According to Pocket-lint’s Rik Henderson, it’s because Bose wanted to wait until the wireless technology became good enough to match their sound quality. However, we were aware of the plans back in October.
Now that Bluetooth has moved on and upgraded to 2.1, the long awaited Bose Bluetooth headset is on its way. The device can automatically adjust the voice levels against background noise to give you the best possible sound.
The device comes with a range of ear buds that fit neatly into your ear, it has all the usual things that a wireless headset would be expected to have, call buttons and volume buttons. Our experience of Bose products has always been good.
You will be able to pick one up in January but as with all Bose products, it isn’t going to be cheap. The device will retail for £ 119. Head to the bottom of the article to see the headset unboxed and pieced together, courtesy of Slashgear. There is a gallery of images from all different angles that you can view at Pocket-lint.com by clicking here.
What do you think of the headset? Will you be buying one?
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