Bose is now offering its QC 35 II headphones as a gaming headset
Bose turns its attention to gamers
Bottom line: At $330, Bose’s gaming headset is on the upper end of the pricing spectrum. More affordable solutions are readily available from established gaming brands like Razer, Corsair and SteelSeries, but Bose does have an advantage in that their headset doubles as a standalone set of wireless headphones.
Bose on Wednesday introduced the Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset, the company’s first 2-in-1 gaming and lifestyle headset.
The new headset is based on the company’s QuietComfort 35 II wireless headphones. In fact, it’s the exact same headset, just with the inclusion of a detachable game module featuring a Discord and TeamSpeak-certified boom mic and an optional PC desktop controller to adjust the master volume and control mic monitoring.
The headset is compatible with all major gaming platforms including consoles, PC and mobile devices, we’re told.
Bose is now accepting pre-orders for the QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset. It’ll set you back $329.95. If you’re just interested in the standard QuietComfort 35 II headset without the gaming attachments, that can be had for a bit less at $299.95.