Posted on 19 October, 2010 by Keron Calame | No Comments
Bose has unveiled its new Bluetooth Headset which features TriPort acoustic headphone structure and also has Bose’s new Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology that will measure the users incoming speech, background noise and adjust the voice level automatically. The Bose Bluetooth Headset was built into a specially designed housing which enables the microphone to selectively sense the user’s voice plus it will also acoustically reject background sounds that interfere with it.
The Bose Bluetooth Headset uses Bluetooth 2.1 Technology, it comes with buttons for control on the upper edge of the headset, there is a LED indicator for battery strength, and when a Bluetooth connection is active and a soft silicone StayHear tips for a comfortable fit.
The Bose Bluetooth Headset will be released in late November and goes for a retail price of $149.95