Bose updated the QuietComfort 35 II with the 45 last year. The Bose QuietComfort 45 has been rebranded as the SE. This rollout was quiet, so it almost went unnoticed, but they’re already in US retailers (and should be coming to Europe soon as well).
The Bose QuietComfort SE promise 24 hour play time on a single charge (up from 20 hours on the 35 II and matching the 45) and need 2.5 hours to recharge. A 15-minute refill lasts 3 hours. MicroUSB is gone from the 35 II, replaced with USB-C. (just like the 45).
Like previous generations, Active Noise Cancellation is included. It and other functionalities, like Bose’s Aware Mode, use hardware buttons instead of touch controls. There’s a mobile app with equalizer adjustments.
Retail bundle includes headphones, carrying case, USB A-to-C cable, and 3.5mm to 2.5mm audio cable.
As with the series, these headphones are lightweight, comfy, and foldable.
US internet businesses sell the Bose QuietComfort SE. The corporation may announce officially in a few days. They cost $330, the same as the QuietComfort 45. The corporation may launch these headphones in Europe and other regions, but we’re unsure.
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