Bose has officially announced a new version of QC35 headphone with Google Assistant support. This QC35 II headphone have all the features same as QC35 like 20 hours of battery life, noise cancellation and same audio performance. All controls are on the right earcap. The previous model has audio volume control button and one button for calls and accessing Siri. Now, there is one more button for accessing Google Assistance on QC35 II .

This is the first headphone with Google Assistant support. Google says that it can do almost all of the things an assistant app can do like calling, play a playlist or album, adding appointments to Google calendar etc. Also, you can do other internet related activities like checking scores, headlines, movies list etc. Bose says that like QC35, QC35 II is compatible with Bose connect App and you can control the noise cancellation settings.

QC35 II is available in Black and Silver for $349.95.

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