Bose headphones announced with support for Google assistant Assistant
Bose has officially unveiled a new version of the headphone 35 QC with advanced noise reduction system. The main innovation is a special button which is responsible for calling intelligent assistant Google Assistant.
New headphones are called QC 35 II. According to Google, the user needs to connect them to the device via Bluetooth, and then follow the instructions in the Google Assistant for Android or iOS.
When configuration is complete, you will need to hold the button located on the right ear Cup to turn assistant. According to Apple, the headphones Google Assistant can do almost all the same as on the phone to read messages, play music and make calls. However, it is worth considering that the possibilities attendant on different devices is usually a little different.
For the processing of various tasks and Internet connection for the most part the responsibility of the device that is connected to QC 35 II. The headphones are capable of not much: they, for example, can only instantly process voice signals and take notice. Through the app Bose Connect you can adjust the squelch level or even turn it off.
It is worth noting that the rumors about the Bose QC 35 II appeared in the Network previously. The announcement of the device explains the presence in the Android application Google Assistant number of functions associated with headphones.
Bose QC 35 II went on sale in the United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, France and the UK at a price of $349,95.
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