Bose today introduced their first single-ear Bluetooth headset that adopts the new Bose Adaptive Audio Adjustment technology and features an enhanced Bose TriPort acoustic headphone structure. These innovations work together to ensure what a user hears remains consistent when moving between quiet and loud places – without changing the volume controls. The Bose Bluetooth headset is also engineered with a microphone built into specially designed housing. The headset also features the exclusive Bose StayHear tips, which are made of soft silicone and designed with a rounded profile. These comfortable tips conform to the ear without creating the pressure points or “tightness” associated with conventional designs.
There is also a sliding on/off switch, allowing users to quickly turn the headset on to answer a call, or see that it’s turned off. The volume and call buttons are located on the upper edge of the headset, and taking calls requires one simple top-to-bottom pinching motion. Several clearly labeled LED indicators are located on the headset’s inner face, allowing users to easily check battery life, or confirm a Bluetooth connection is established with the cell phone. The Bose Single-ear Bluetooth headset is priced at $149.95. Each purchase of the Bose Bluetooth headset comes equipped with a protective case and 3 ear-tip sizes (small, medium, large). [ChipChick]