While some might argue that Bose’s products tend to be a bit overpriced for the sound that you get, the company actually does a pretty good job when it comes to noise-canceling technology. If you’re a fan of Bose’s noise-canceling technology but don’t want a pair of headphones, then the company’s latest QuietComfort Earbuds might be worth checking out.

Priced at $279, the QuietComfort Earbuds are the company’s flagship true wireless earbuds. The company is claiming that despite them not being over-ear headphones, they will still be capable of delivering the same level of “quiet” as the company’s other headphones, except in a more compact form factor.

The earbuds will feature 11 levels of noise cancellation, which is a pretty common feature to find in headphones, but less so in earbuds, so for those who can appreciate this level of control, these could be the earbuds for you. Bose is also claiming that these earbuds will offer a more flat sound, which might sound like a bad thing for some users, but for audiophiles, it means that you can listen to your music as it was intended without any boosted frequencies.

The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds will also offer up to 6 hours of battery life, and its charging case will provide wearers with an additional 12 hours. They are not necessarily the cheapest true wireless earbuds around, but it could still be worth taking a look at all the same.

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