Audio electronics manufacturing giant Bose has officially unveiled the first headphone with Google Assistant integration onboard, in co-operation with the Internet giant Google. The new premium headphone inn QuietComfort series is QC35 II, same as old QC35 headphones, adds an Assistant as a plus.
As the company offer, the Bose QC35 II headphones can be used o trigger the action using Google Assistant commands without even unlocking the connected smartphone. The optimised version of Assistant is capable of doing every task including message reading and replying. Instead of “Okay Google” command, the manufacturer has added an extra button on left earcup alongside the usual control buttons on the right, to push the Google Assistant commands. According to Googe, the headphones Google Assistant is much intelligent enough to identify text messages from any messaging app so that it could read the sender’s name, message and even reply using our voice command.
The Noise-cancellation headphone has many other fetaures with Google Assitant including reading out calndar notnffication, reading major headlines from mainstream news publishers like CNBC, CNN, NPR and others. Like the usual Google Asistant on Android, the headphone would be able to execute the basic Assistant Commands. Despite the Android devices, Bose offers a complete functionality of headphones with iOS devices, with the Siri or Google.
Brian Maguire, director of Bose on-the-go products, said:
“The SoundSport Free is the closest thing to what people have always wanted in a sport headphone – a technology-packed solution that’s stripped down to just two rugged earbuds that feel great, stay connected, stay in, and sound amazing, and the QC35 is already the world’s most celebrated wireless headphone, and a survival tool for modern life. We didn’t change anything that people already love – with the Google Assistant built in, and new choices for what you hear, we made it better.”