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Bose Bluetooth Headset Series 2 Launches

Bose Bluetooth Headset Series 2 Launches

Bose has more than a few Bluetooth devices in its line. Last month we talked about the new SoundLink mobile Bluetooth speaker. Bose has announced that its new Bluetooth headset called the Series 2 has now launched and is available for purchase online. The headset has noise cancellation tech inside and has a mic that rejects outside noise like wind so the caller can be heard clearly. There is one strange thing about the Bose headset though; it comes in dedicated right or left versions.

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Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker busts onto the scene

Bose SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker busts onto the scene

Bose is a premium brand and you can find tons of audio fans that think Bose makes great products and you can find a bunch that think the designs are horrible. If you are a Bose fan, the company has a new portable wireless speaker that you can take with you on the road called the SoundLink Wireless Mobile Speaker. As you can probably figure out, the speaker is designed to connect to Bluetooth smartphones and other gear for playback on the go.

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The Daily Slash : April 6, 2011

The Daily Slash : April 6, 2011

Welcome back, Gadgeteers! Today we've got a brand new format for SlashGear for you all and we're super pumped about it! There's been a lot of action going on in the recent past and this right here is the place where you're gonna find out about it! Before we begin though, I must have you peek at both of our brand new startup Facebook groups - it's like we're starting fresh! [facebook.com/slashgear.com] and [facebook.com/androidcommunity.com] We'd love for you to like us and promise a fabulous experience. Believe it! Next we've got a whole tiny stash today of exclusive and otherwise awesome contents for your consumption - mount up!

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Bose Bluetooth Headset Review

Bose Bluetooth Headset Review

The following is a review that, for any other product, might be considered short, but for this bluetooth headset, there's just really not that much to be said. And it's not just a pumped up yelling and screaming "I LOVE IT" situation either, though there is a little bit of screaming in the story. This is a review of a product that essentially does one thing, and it does it well. What this product presents is noise cancellation and comfort for a premium talking and listening experience both to and from your ear and mouth and via Bluetooth to and from your handset.

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Bose Bluetooth Headset unboxing & hands-on

Bose Bluetooth Headset unboxing & hands-on

When we first spotted the Bose Bluetooth Headset last month, we said it would have to do a lot in order to live up to both the $150 price tag and the PR hyperbole. It seems Bose took that as a challenge, since as of today the headset is fresh to the SlashGear test bench. Check out our first-impressions after the cut.

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Bose Bluetooth Headset offers hyperbole galore for $150

Bose Bluetooth Headset offers hyperbole galore for $150

Bose has unveiled its first single-ear Bluetooth headset, and while the name might be uninspired - it's simply called the Bose Bluetooth headset - the functionality does at least promise some marvels.  According to Bose, the headset is packed full with their Bose TriPort acoustic headphone structure, that works in tandem with Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology to automatically adjust background noise cancellation depending on the ambient environment.

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Bose VideoWave Crams Everything Into the TV

Bose VideoWave Crams Everything Into the TV

Today, Bose announced something that many probably didn't expect: a TV. But, it's not just a TV, either. Bose managed to cram just about everything into the VideoWave, and it even features a customized User Interface, which Bose hopes will make navigation simpler, and with less clutter. Instead of having your HDTV and a separate sound system, you just have the TV, and the sound system's inside of that.

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2011 Audi A8 packed with tech: handwriting recognition, 1,400W B&O audio, more

2011 Audi A8 packed with tech: handwriting recognition, 1,400W B&O audio, more

With what must be a strong candidate for the longest press release of 2009, Audi have launched their new flagship, the Audi A8.  Since we usually save our interest in cars for only the most outlandishly technical or geekily endearing, the new A8 earns its place by bolstering its multimedia interface (MMI) with handwriting recognition, an optional 1,400W Bang & Olufsen audio system, twin 10.2-inch displays for the rear-seat passengers, and a 20GB hard-drive for digital media.

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Bose SoundDock 10 hits street at $599

Bose SoundDock 10 hits street at $599

Bose is a big name in the speaker market for home theater, home and car stereo equipment. The technology that Bose uses tends to get audiophiles lining up in camps that love and camps that hate the sound produced. Bose has announced its new SoundDock 10 speaker system for iPod.

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Bose announces new QuietComfort 15 noise cancelling headphones

Bose announces new QuietComfort 15 noise cancelling headphones

I don’t fly that often, but when I do, there are typically quite a few passengers that are wearing those Bose headphones to reduce the amount of noise in the cabin during the flight. I have never taken a flight that lasted more than a few hours, but I bet an international flight would make those headphones a near necessity to get any rest.

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Bose SoundLink wireless USB speaker system

Bose SoundLink wireless USB speaker system

Lifestyle audio firm Bose have announced a wireless music system, the SoundLink, which promises to free your audio from its PC or Mac prison.  The setup consists of a battery-powered speaker, complete with remote control, and a USB transmitter dongle that plugs into your computer.

 

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SlashGear Week in Review: Week 4 2009

SlashGear Week in Review: Week 4 2009

We kicked off the week with our review of the Sony VAIO P, the company's "don't call it a netbook" companion ultraportable.  It's interesting to contrast it with Acer's just-confirmed 10-inch Aspire One, which will likely offer greater performance at less than half the price.  Elsewhere, Sanyo took the wraps off of their 2009 Xacti camcorder range, including a very tempting 1080p 60fps model, and HTC announced the Touch Cruise smartphone with an integrated GPS-tagged memory app.  In other smartphone news, everyone got surprisingly agitated about President Obama's super-secret messaging phone.

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