Black Friday is getting closer day by day and so does the consumer’s excitement for insane deals on their favorite tech products. While Black Friday is still quite far, various brands have started offering their products on discount as a part of Early Black Friday. This makes sense considering the brand might not want their stores to be overcrowded especially during the pandemic. One such brand is the popular audio brand Bose.
Bose recently announced a solid $100 off on its popular Bose QuietComfort 35 II wireless Bluetooth headphones. These headphones originally retail at $299 but are now up for grabs for just $199 at Amazon.com, official website, and various other retailers. You can even save a couple of bucks more if you’re a Target’s RedCard member. Of course, you will have to purchase the product from Target itself. You will be able to save 5% more on the product bringing the price down to $189.99
If you’re planning to get yourself a Bose QC 35 II wireless headphones, then now might be the perfect time to do so. To recall, Google was offering the very same headphones to those who pre-order the Pixel 5 smartphone.
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Bose QC 35 II: specifications, features
When it comes to noise-canceling headphones, Bose QC 35 II is still one of the best options out there. The headphones offer premium sound quality, up to 20 hours of wireless playtime, and can connect via Bluetooth or NFC. The headphones have both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in allowing you to play songs, playlists, and more hands-free. Bose QC 35 II is very well known for its powerful noise cancellation tech that claims to continuously monitors and measures outside noise and then cancels it with the opposite signal.
Furthermore, users can control the level of noise cancellation depending on the environment they are in. Bose QC 35 II comes with impact-resistant materials along with corrosion-resistant stainless steel. Apart from solid built, the headphones claim to offer top-notch comfort levels as well. Back to the battery, a 15-minute quick charge gives you 2.5 hours of backup.
A couple of months ago, Bose unveiled a $400 smart home speaker with Amazon Alexa built-in support. The speaker packs in a small display that showcases Album art whenever you are listening to songs through it. Thanks to two custom drivers in different positions, the audio can reflect off by surrounding walls.