Bose Gets into Bluetooth Headset Market

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Bose is getting ready to introduce their first single-ear Bluetooth headset. It will costs around $150 in November, and will do nothing earth-shattering besides proudly carry its Bose audio quality.

There’s an on/off switch, hidden LED indicators for battery life, and a software trick that lets you hear outside noises while talking.  Look for a review in the next month.

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