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Wearables: Bose Frames Are The Sunglasses Of The Future

Bose Frames New Sunglasses

Bose Frames are a total game changer when it comes to new wearables and it’s also a window into what is to come in the future.

Firstly, they combine the look and feel of premium protective sunglasses with … wait for it … all the functionality and performance of wireless headphones. And it doesn’t stop there. They are also the world’s first audio augmented reality platform to hit Australia.

With these stylish frames, users can stream music and information, take and make calls, and access virtual assistants from — while keeping playlists, entertainment, and conversations private.

Bose Frames
Stylish new Bose Frames which double up as headphones. Yes Really!

“Frames are both magical and practical. With the new lens options, they’re more versatile premium sunglasses.  But when you turn them on, they function like headphones, instantly connecting to your phone, contacts, the web, and all its audible content.”

Mehul Trivedi, Bose Frames Director
stylish bose frames

Bose Frames function like truly wireless headphones. For touch and voice control, an ultra-small microphone and multi-function button are embedded on the right temple for power and pairing, Siri and Google Assistant, calls and commands, or to pause and skip songs. 

rondo style bose frames
Rondo Style Bose Frames

At average listening levels, Bose Frames run up to 3.5 hours for playback and up to 12 hours on standby, and can be fully recharged in less than two hours. 

Women Love Tech Editor Robyn Foyster during the Bose Frames Launch Event at Quay restaurant, Sydney

Bose Frames come in Matte Black and two universal styles — the larger (Alto) and smaller (Rondo).  They will retail for $299.95 (AUD). Frames Lens Collection non-polarised and polarised lenses will retail for $29.95 (AUD) and $49.95 (AUD), respectively.  They’re available in Australia nest June 13th.  Bose AR apps can be found in the Bose Connect app, and the iOS App Store. 

Robyn Foyster

Written by Robyn Foyster

Robyn Foyster is an award-winning journalist and former Editor-In-Chief of The Australian Women's Weekly. She is also the owner and publisher of Women Love Tech, Game Changers and The Carousel. Robyn is the owner and founder of a tech business called AR tech, where she helped create the world's first AR community shopping app called Sweep and her team produced the 2018 Vivid app. She is a speaker and a judge of the Telstra Business Awards and Mumbrella Awards. Robyn is passionate about supporting women in STEM.






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