Bose QuietComfort 35 II wireless noise cancelling headphones with Google Assistant launched at Rs 29,363

By Shubham Sharma | Published on 02 Nov 2017

The QC35 II headphones feature active noise cancellation technology and boast of 20 hours of battery life

Bose QuietComfort 35 II wireless noise cancelling headphones with Google Assistant launched at Rs 29,363

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Bose has launched its QuietComfort 35 II wireless noise cancelling headphones in India, priced at Rs 29,363. The headphones were announced back in September and were available for purchase only in the US. The Bose QC II headphones will be immediately available in India via Bose retail stores, and authorised Bose dealers in Black and Silver colours.   

The QC35 II headphone comes with similar features as its predecessor, the QC 35 (review) with the addition of Google Assistant integration and adjustable noise cancellation. 

The QC35 II comes with a dedicated action button on the left earcup, which users can press and hold down to launch the Google Assistant on Android phones running Marshmallow or above. It can be used to play music, add appointments to calendar and do more, without the need to unlock the smartphone. Users can also use any other virtual assistant so iOS users can use Siri instead of Google Assistant.

Bose has developed their own proprietary microphone system on the headphone which boasts  of picking-up voice commands from the user, even in a noisy environment. When the QC35 II is switched on, its noise cancellation feature is fully activated. But now, users can choose between high, low or off settings of the feature using the Bose Connect app. The app also allows users to change the Action Button’s functionality. It can be assigned to control the noise cancellation settings or could be switched back to using Google Assistant.

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