Now talk to Google Assistant on your Bose headphone!
Leading speakers brand Bose recently debuted its modified version of the noise-cancelling QC35 headphones. The exciting new addition is support for Google Assistant. With the QC35 II, you can activate Assistant by simply pressing a dedicated button on the right ear cup. Google says it can perform all basic functions, but the Assistant generally has different functionalities depending on where it appears.
What can the Assistant do?
Among things you will be able to do with the QC35 II is have it call any contact on your phone by simply telling it to: you will no longer need to go through the tedious process of operating the handset in crowded places. You can also have it read out your messages and notifications, play music or read out the news.
How can you get your hands on them?
The headphone needs to be connected to your iPhone or Android (Marshmallow and above) via Bluetooth and follow a one-time setup process. The new device is being launched in Australia, Canada, US, Germany, France and UK at about $350 (Rs. 22,695).Share this timeline