Winter sucks for shopping. At least, it does if you're doing it in the traditional sense: driving out in the snow, fighting for parking, and watching the sun set before you're even half done. It's enough to drive someone to ditch the brick-and-mortar life and commit to an online retail existence. As luck would have it, we've spotted a bunch of good deals from some of our favorite online stores, ready to save you a buck or two on mobile tech. Read More
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones are some of the best in the biz. They sound good and the active noise cancellation is top-notch, but the $350 MSRP puts it out of reach for many. Luckily, Rakuten is currently offering them to members for just $264.95, so you may be in luck if you've been waiting for a deal on these. Read More
Bose's QuietComfort line has always prioritized, as you might have guessed, quiet and comfort. The QC35 was already a critically-acclaimed set of Bluetooth headphones for its excellent noise-cancelling tech and sheer comfort, and the QC35 II added Google Assistant on top of all that. The QC35 II has now been discounted at several retailers, including Amazon, Bose, and Best Buy, by $50 to $299. Read More
eBay ran a site-wide 15% discount (capped at $50) for yesterday only, though it turns out that the 20% discount for select sellers is still going on. Case in point: you can purchase a set of Google Assistant-equipped Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones for $299.95, down from $349.95.
We've known for a while that at least one pair of headphones with Google Assistant was in development, under the 'Bisto' codename. Two days ago, Bose's QuietComfort 35 II with Google Assistant built-in was leaked. Now, at least one person has discovered a pair at a local Best Buy. Read More
Bose's QuietComfort 35 have been a huge hit in spite of its $349 MSRP. The headphones are comfortable, put out good sound, and the noise cancellation works very well. There's really no need for an imminent successor, but that's not how the tech industry works. The appropriately-named QuietComfort 35 II has been leaked with Google Assistant support, meaning that this is one of Google's "Bisto" headphones. Read More