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Bose introduced noise cancellation to the traveling masses many years ago. Now they’ve given a fresh update to their iconic QuietComfort cans and given them wireless capabilities. The new Bose QC35s look just like their well-known predecessors, which, if we’re being honest, never really won many style points, only now the right ear stores all the power to make these puppies wireless. Boasting an impressive 20 hours of wireless listening per charge, the Bose QC35 headphones kill the hissing you get with most other headphones and drown out exterior noise. Perhaps even more exciting is the debut of the QuietControl 30s, which are in-ear noise-cancelling buds that boast a funky neckband. The style may not be for you, but they do allow users to fiddle with just how quiet they want the outside world. So if you’re on the plane, you can drown everything out; if you’re going for a jog and want to hear taxis, you can bring in just enough outside noise.

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