Bose has expanded it’s Home Speaker lineup with a new addition today in India. The company has announced a wireless smart speaker, Bose Home Speaker 300. Bose had already launched Bose Home Speaker 500 back in October 2018. Also, Bose announced that Google Assistant to all existing Bose smart speakers and soundbars will rollout in India starting today.
The new Bose Home Speaker 300 weighs a mere two pounds(948g) and measuring just over 6” tall x 5.6” wide x 4” deep. It delivers powerful bass and true 360-degree sound unlike conventional smart speakers that deliver a narrow beam of audio based on what they’re facing, the Bose Home Speaker 300 is wrapped in an aluminum design, is compatible with all other Bose smart speakers for multi-room listening.
Furthermore, the speakers also come with voice control from the Google Assistant and Alexa built-in with superior voice pickup from a noise-rejecting six-microphone array. On the connectivity front, there is Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay 2 compatibility. Users can control in three different ways – your voice, the Bose Music app or 6 one-touch presets on top of the speaker.
Bose Home Speaker 300 Features
- Built-in voice control – Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant
- Superior voice pickup with a six-microphone array
- Voice, App, Touch controls
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Apple AirPlay 2 support
- Bose Music app to control all your music in one spot
Pricing and Availability
The Bose Home Speaker 300 can be preordered on Amazon.in now and will be available from 29th August. It will be priced at INR 26,900. Also, the speaker will be sold from Bose stores and other offline stores.
Google Assistant support for Bose smart speakers
Starting today in India, a new automatic software update will bring the Google Assistant to all existing Bose smart speakers and soundbars. The Google Assistant joins Amazon Alexa for voice-control of smart-home devices, and instant access to millions of songs and podcasts, help, information, and more. In addition to both personal assistants, Bose smart speaker owners can use Apple AirPlay 2 for streaming from Apple devices.