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Bose Ae2w Wireless Headphones

Bose recently announced the new AE2w Bluetooth headphones, the company´s first model designed for wireless listening. AE2w headphones are for those who want the best wireless listening experience, while watching movies, TV series and music from an iPad and other devices with Bluetooth technology. With typical Bose design, they offer maximum comfort at all times of the day and superior audio performance to that of other similar products. The wireless signal covers a distance of about 30ft from the device and the integrated rechargeable battery allows at least seven hours of listening, or more than 200 hours in stand-by mode. watch the video



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PAYPAL HERE

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