Bose, arguably the leader in noise cancelling headphones, just announced a new flagship model that costs a pretty penny but can handle annoying background office chatter.
Called the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, these cans cost $399,95, quite a bit more than earlier Bose models like the QC35 II, but more than make up for it in design and features.
Not only they have an USB-C charging port, their autonomy is 20 hours of “full-featured” playback, which we presume also includes interacting with voice assistants.
The Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa and Siri, and they will answer the commands you speak into the four microphone array.
Even better, they are compatible with the new Bose AR platform, which lets you get audio directions for navigation or give you more information about the landmarks around you.
When it comes to simply wanting a bit more silence, especially at the office, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 feature 11 different intensity settings and a button for Conversation Mode that pauses music and lets surrounding noise in.
The Bose Headphones 700 are already up for preorder and will start shipping on June 20.