Bose set the benchmark for active noise-cancelling headphones with its QuietComfort series, but there hasn't been much in the way of a product with Bluetooth connectivity. Until now. Bose is finally offering a wireless version of its flagship headphones with the QuietComfort 35, which is available right now for $349. The QuietComfort 35 shares a similar design as its predecessor, and is offered in black and silver color variants.

Bose QuietComfort 35

The QC35 features buttons on the side for playback controls, and Bose is claiming a battery life of twenty hours between charges. Says Bose:

With microphones inside and outside the earcups, the QC35 senses, measures and sends unwanted sounds to two proprietary digital electronic chips -- one for each ear -- which respond with a precise, equal and opposite signal in less than a fraction of a millisecond. The result is dramatic and exclusive to Bose.

In an instant, the rumble of a subway car, plane engine, or the commotion from rush hour all but disappear. Stay in silence, or hear your music more clearly with a new EQ that balances sound at every volume, for any genre.

Bose is also rolling out the QuietControl 30, a set of wireless in-ear headphones which offer active noise-cancelling. The in-ear headphones come with playback controls on the neck cable, and you'll be able to listen to music for ten hours on a full charge. The QuietControl 30 will be available starting September for $299.

Bose QuietControl 30

Bose is going after the likes of the Jaybird X2 with its SportSound headphones, which feature a sweat-resistant constuction and eartips designed to stay in place during a workout. The SportSound will make its debut sometime later this year for $149, and a Pulse version with a built-in heart rate monitor will retail for $199.

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