There are times when it’s not convenient — or socially acceptable — to walk around wearing headphones. Bose audio sunglasses solve that problem by discreetly piping your favorite music in from speakers that have been built into a pair of stylish frames. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t. These ultra-cool sunglasses have been on the market for about a year now, and they couldn’t be easier to use. Here’s how they work.
These lightweight sunglasses have built-in speakers that are angled toward the ears. The audio isn’t loud enough for bystanders to hear, but it’s also not so loud that it drowns out real-world sounds for the user. A small button on the right arm turns the audio on and off and can be used to accept calls. A microphone, which is built into the arm of the glasses along with the speakers, makes it possible to take calls while wearing the device. The glasses, which are charged using a cable, have a 3-and-a-half hour battery life.
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