Smart headphones, anyone?
The idea of smart homes has been a trending thing during this year’s IFA, with the launch of smart speakers by various brands supporting either Google’s Google Assistant or Amazon’s Alexa.
These so-called smart speakers can give you weather information, change your music, or reply to your queries by simply asking them. What if headphones have the same smart tech? Turns out, Bose is into the idea of smart headphones with the QuietComfort 35 II noise-canceling headphones.
An upgrade to the first QuietComfort 35, the new version now has an action button to activate Google Assistant on the fly. Aside from the new button, the QuietComfort 35 II can last for up to 20 hours in wireless mode, and 40 hours in wired mode. Tech Youtuber Jeremy Judkins spotted them in a store, and while it is not yet available for sale, the QuietComfort 35 II is priced at $350 (~Php 18K).
What do you think of headphones that listen to your voice? Comment down below!