Bose QuietComfort 45 launched

Bose QuietComfort 45 launched with up to 24-Hour Battery Life and more. These new wireless headphones come with support for Bluetooth v5.1 and Bose claims 24 hours of battery life. There is even an Aware Mode that allows for some noise to seep through from the surroundings, it comes with a lightweight design with earcup cushions made of synthetic leather, and a headband made from glass-filled nylon to protect against falls and maintain its shape.

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The headbands are made of glass-filled nylon for protection against falls and each pivot point has a cast-metal hinge for durability. There is even a choice for users to choose between two modes of noise cancellation — Quiet Mode and Aware Mode. Bose says that while Quite Mode offers full noise canceling, the Aware Mode turns on the external microphones and feeds ambient sounds into the headphones, enabling awareness of sounds from the environment, such as cars and emergency vehicles.

The brand even claims that the headphones can offer up to 24 hours of battery life on a single charge. It comes with a USB Type-C charging port that takes about 2.5 hours to completely power up the device and the company says that a quick 15 minutes of charge offers up to 2.5 hours of playback. Furthermore, there are four external microphones for improved voice pickup, and a noise-rejecting algorithm filters out environmental sounds for clearer conversations.

Bose QuietComfort 45 launched

As for the pricing and availability, these new headphones are priced at $329 in the US and are up for pre-orders via the company site, and will be start shipping from September 23. They are available in Black and White Smoke colour options. Although there is no news from Bose India for the launch, we expect them to be coming to the Indian markets in the coming weeks.

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