Just a few days after one surfaced video Bose has apparently announced two new true wireless options: tThe QuietComfort earbuds and the Bose Sport earbuds.
The two wireless earphone models originally planned At the start in 2020, the Earbuds 500 and Noise Canceling Earbuds 700 were also mentioned Release dates planned for later in the year. A spokesperson confirmed to Gizmodo that the new buds announced this week are actually the same products, just with different names for their official launch. Both will officially hit stores later in September, the company said.
The QuietComfort buds use proprietary noise cancellation technology that, along with the StayHear Max earphone tips, helps prevent outside rattle that can degrade audio quality. In addition, you can use the earbuds to adjust how much noise to let in or completely block out with 11 noise levels Cancellation. How uncovered Earlier this week, the QuietComfort Buds will get six hours of listening time on a single charge, but the total playing time can be extended up to 18 hours with the charging case. (Apple’s AirPods Pro, on the other hand, have up to five hours of playtime, depending on the handset, and around 24 hours of uninterrupted listening when using the charging case.)
The new sports earbuds now also use the new StayHear Max tips, which are designed to stay in place even during high-intensity activities like HIIT and long distance runs. They’re much slimmer than Bose’s earlier sporty earbuds, but Bose says they outperform previous audio models. Both the QuietComfort and the sport buds are water-resistant with an IPX4 rating and support quick-touch commands. Both also use Bluetooth 5.1 and are compatible with the Bose Music app.
The Sport Earbuds will retail for $ 179 while the QuietComfort Earbuds will retail for $ 279. Both are currently available for preOrder on Thursday before its release on September 29th.
On the front of the glasses, Bose announced the brand new Frames Tempo, Frames Tenor and Frames Soprano, which Bose says have the most “invisible” speaker systems on the device to date. As with the headphones, the frames are a true wireless option that allows you to hear your music and conversations even when others can’t.
The Tempo model, while not nearly as sleek as some of the other frames options, is definitely more diesel. The Tempo is the sportier of the new Bose frames releases. It contains a 22 mm full range driver that supports rich sounds even during more intense activities. The frames are water, weather and scratch resistant and can be charged for up to 8 hours on a single charge using a USB-C charging cable.
The tenor and soprano models include a pair of 16 mm speakers and get up to five and half an hour of battery life with an included charger. (These don’t appear to be waterproof.) All three include voice assistant support. While these models lose a bit of specification compared to the pace, you are really paying for a much more sleek design that tries to hide some of the weight needed to hide Bose’s acoustical technology in the arms of the glasses. These fancier models are still a bit bulky, but not quite how bulky.
All three models are available today for $ 249 each.