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Bose’s QuietComfort 35 Headphones Get Google Assistant Integration

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Bose today announced a new edition of its best-selling headphones, the QuietComfort 35s. Called the QC35 II, these headphones come with a dedicated button that activates the Google Assistant. Simply by pairing the headphones to your iOS or Android smartphone like you normally would, you’ll be promoted to walk through a tutorial to get the Assistant set up to respond whenever you press and hold the key. The headphones cost the same $349.95.

Not only is the Google Assistant here, but new controls to fine tune noise cancellation are as well. A new Bose Connect App for your smartphone controls whether you’d like the noise cancellation at a high level, a low level, or off completely. The app can also allow users to configure the button on the QC35 II to either control noise cancellation or the Assistant.

As for colors, you’re getting options in black and silver. Bose says the headphones are up for sale now at Bose retail stores, Bose.com, and authorized Bose dealers.

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