As you’d expect, the headset is compatible with all major gaming platforms. It works with Alexa or Google Assistant, and it should be sleek enough to go from gaming to work and anywhere in between.
The new gear is listed at $329.95 and is available for pre-order now (in the US and Canada). The QC35 II launched at $350 years ago, and at the time, the headset made our best wireless headphones list. In the world of gaming headsets, $330 is pretty expensive, so Bose will have to sell the idea that these can be used for both gaming and real life by popping off the microphone.