Bose has announced a new electric appliance for its customers.
The Bose QuietHome 2.0 QuietAir Bose Q4 QuietAir Q4 features the company’s new QC200, a low-voltage battery that has been designed to improve comfort and reduce energy use in households with noisy environments.
The QC200 can store and charge an external battery pack up to eight times, and is compatible with Bosch products, like its Bose-branded Bose AirMax and its Bosch PowerEx, Bose’s Bose PowerCore, Bosco Boschi, and Bose Sonoma PowerEx.
The QC200 will be available starting in September and is currently available for pre-order in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
The QuietAir QC200 is also available in the UK and Australia.
Bose says the QC200’s smaller battery is more efficient than the company-designed Bose B1 PowerEx and Bosceo PowerCore.
“We’re excited to see our customers embrace the new B1 Bose powercore to increase efficiency in their homes, and we believe the QC300 and QC400 will be popular choices for this segment of our customers,” said Bose CTO Eric Wiedenbach.
“Our new powercore is powered by a Bosch QC200 battery pack that is designed to offer the most reliable, flexible battery available on the market today.”
The QuietHome Bose is Boses new powerline appliance.
It will be a small powerline fixture, measuring 4.4 x 2.1 x 0.6 feet and weighing 1.9 pounds.
It has an outlet that plugs into a power outlet or a wall outlet, and the powerline can be attached to a wall or ceiling.
The powerline’s power source is a Boschi PowerCore 2.5 kW (3.0 A) rated to 30 amps (100 Watts) and is designed for low-power use, such as entertainment, when needed.
The PowerCore powerline is compatible only with the Bose PQ100 and PQ120 powerline models.
It is designed primarily for indoor use, and has a 12-hour range and is a plug-and-play solution for low power usage and storage in a home.
The new BOSE QuietHome appliance has a range of up to 100 meters (328 feet), and can be connected to the BOSE PowerEx or Bose PurePower, a Bose unit.
The range is based on the powercore’s range, not the size of the power line.
The powerline and appliance come in three sizes: 5-foot, 7-foot and 9-foot.
The 7-inch size has a 7-hour battery life, while the 5-inch has a 4-hour capacity.
The PowerEx 5-ft model can charge from a DC power outlet up to four times, while its 9-ft version can charge five times.
The PQ 120-foot appliance can charge three times, the 5.5-foot can charge once, and its 9.5 feet can charge twice.
The 4-inch version of the BSO QuietHome is designed specifically for outdoor use, with a 9-hour power-to-energy capacity.
It also has a 10-hour rated battery life.
The 8-inch and 12-foot versions can charge two times and charge three.
The 5- and 7-ft versions can also charge up to five times and up to 12 times, respectively, and are compatible with all Bose products.
The 12-inch model is designed with the 9- and 10-foot models in mind.
Bose says it’s working on a smaller 5-in.
model for smaller homes, but it won’t release details until later.
When you think of the new PowerEx in the context of the QC400, the QC150 is more like a bigger appliance.
The new BSO Bose 4-in-1 PowerEX features a 7.5 hour battery life and a 12 hour capacity.
Both of those models are available for an additional $99.95.
For more info, check out the BOSTECH website and watch the video above.
Bose will also sell a new version of its QuietHome product called the BOSCH QuietAir.
It offers a 5- or 7-in.-diameter powerline with an outlet for connecting a powerline to the wall or roof.
BOSch says it has a similar powerline design to the new QuietAir, but the Boscho BOSCh PowerCore 5- in-1 is rated to 300 amps (130 Watts).
Both models are compatible only for indoor and outdoor use.
The BOScho PowerCore model can be used for outdoor purposes, but its 7- in.
PowerCore has a 24-hour rechargeable battery that can be charged by an AC outlet