Bose is synonymous with active noise-cancelling headphones, and for good reason. The company’s noise-cancelling technology is the best you can get and creates an uncannily quiet bubble for you to listen to your music in, whether you’re travelling on the train or the plane.
The company has just upgraded its phenomenally popular QuietComfort 35 headphones with a Google Assistant button. Tap this with your thumb and the headphones will read out recent notifications, or hold it to ask the Assistant a question or issue a command. The button can even be repurposed as a toggle to turn noise cancellation off and on or adjust its strength.
Elsewhere, the QuietComfort 35 II are just as good as the regular QC35 they replace. The noise cancellation is the best you can get, sound quality is great and they’re a comfortable a pair of headphones as we’ve ever worn.