Bose is one active company lately, and while we saw new noise cancellation cans barely a week ago, now we’re seeing a new pair of headphones designed for people who hate cables, with a speaker to match that ethos.
Built for phones and computers, Bose’s mobile-ready SoundLink range is getting a couple of newbies, made to help you take your sound supply on the go and leaving the cords in the bag, on the desk, or thrown out together.
First is a pair of headphones, and for these Bose has build the SoundLink On-Ear Bluetooth headphones.
From a design point of view, the new headphones look like the SoundTrue cans we checked out recently, but with the option to remove cable from the equation thanks to the inclusion of Bluetooth support.
There’s also some auto adaptive audio adjustment technology that will increase or decrease volume based on what microphones built into the headphones are hearing, helping to make the music sound better if you’re in a noisy environment, while Bose’s proprietary TriPort technology helps to deliver balanced sound with detail.
Being Bluetooth cans, they also support making phone calls and controlling the music without needing to touch your phone, with a rechargeable battery taken care of over USB and lasting up to 15 hours on a full charge, or for up to two hours if you’ve only had 15 minutes to charge them.
Pricing for Bose’s SoundLink Bluetooth headphones comes in at $329 locally.