Bose launched its first glasses in 2018 – sunglasses with speakers. Apparently, the company thought this was an idea worth pursuing, as announced today three more pairs to accompany the original two.
The line consists of two fashion-related models, the Frames Tenor and the Soprano, and the sportier Frames Tempo, which is intended for biking, hiking, and the like. Bose says the sound quality will be improved for all of them while the “smallest, thinnest and most invisible Bose speaker systems ever. ”
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The tenor and soprano both have 16mm speakers, and Bose says the bass response is particularly enhanced. They have a battery life of 5.5 hours and are charged via a custom port. At least from the front, they look like any other chic pair of sunglasses.
Tempo definitely seems like the most practical model to me. Bose immediately admits it should sound the best of the bunch. It uses a 22mm driver that can play loud enough to be heard while cycling at 40 km / h – while maintaining the environmental awareness of the open design. The Tempo also has the best battery life at 8 hours and can be charged via USB-C.
The new glasses are available starting today – each priced at $ 249.95. Aside from fancy glasses, the company also announced its new version of a competitor AirPods, the Bose Sport Earbuds valued at $ 179.95 and the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds valued at $ 279.95.
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Published on September 10, 2020 – 23:51 UTC