Stepping out in the sun or going for a bike voyage outside? Well, the newest prologue by Bose gets you covered. Presenting the Bose frames- which are, in short -everything you want and need to keep your cool this summer. Embedding wireless headphones into a pair of sunglasses without bone conduction does sound like a captivating thought. Well, this hottest Bose offering has perfectly synced with this astonishing thought.
Accessible in two styles, the bigger, Wayfarer-propelled “Alto” and littler, progressively adjusted “Rondo,” both component the most slender, littlest and most lightweight Bose framework ever. The innovation saddles the intensity of smaller scale acoustics, voice control, and individual sound to enable clients to stream music, make calls and utilize menial helper while looking after security.
The Frames’ slim, rectangular box gives way to an over-sized sunglasses case layered in beaded vinyl with a Bose logo on the front. Pulling the glasses from the case reveals translucent, matte-plastic frames decked out in flourishes of gold-colored metal. Swollen earpieces with slim vents along the bottom and sides betray the gadgetry harbored within, but offer enough camouflage to blend in when worn.
The Bose Frames offer an amazing open-ear audio experience and also comes with incorporated microphone. The speakers are Bluetooth enabled and the sunglasses provide all-around UVA and UVB protection. Moreover, the audio-booth is Bose AR enabled and is made up of ultramodern stuff. The frames use a lithium battery and run for up to 3.5 hours for playback and 12 on standby on a single charge.
In case you’re searching for an interesting and energizing better approach to get your tunes — and you want to get out in the sun — Bose’s Frames are unquestionably worth considering.