Bose reveals its first Bluetooth headset

Bose reveals its first Bluetooth headset

Bose unveils its first Bluetooth headset, which feature TriPort acoustic headphone structure and the new Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology, that measures incoming speech and background noise, and adjusts voice levels automatically.

The Bose Bluetooth headset include a microphone, which is built into specially designed housing and thus enables the microphone to selectively sense the user’s voice, and acoustically reject background sounds that interfere with it. The headset is equipped with buttons for control functions on the upper edge of the headset, a LED indicators for battery life and Bluetooth connection and comes with soft silicone StayHear tips for a comfortable, stable fit. It is compatible with Bluetooth 2.1 and will be available in late November for $149.95.

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