Bose has debuted its latest wireless noise cancelling headphones, featuring better voice isolation for virtual assistants, improved noise cancellation and a refreshed design.
The aptly named ‘Noise Cancelling Headphones 700’ will sit alongside the existing Bose QC35 II and can use Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri.
The 700 feature eight microphones for better noise cancellation and voice pickup, improving the clarity of phone calls, and accuracy of voice assistants.
Three buttons give access to power, noise cancellation, and voice assistants, while capacitive touch provides controls over volume, music and call functionalities.
Bose claims a battery life of 20 hours.
The 700 headphones will release in in the US for US$399 at the end of next month but Bose are yet to confirm local release or pricing.
Bose also announced two true wireless buds, the Earbuds 500 and Noise Cancelling Earbuds 700 which will release later this year and next year respectively.