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Bose Frames were initially hyped as audio augmented-reality sunglasses that were compatible with Bose’s upcoming AR audio platform, Bose AR. Again, that’s audio AR only — the glasses don’t offer a Magic Leap- or HoloLens-style digital overlay of the real world. While that platform is still in development with apps arriving later this year, Bose has released the Frames with a more straightforward, limited mission: They’re sunglasses that are “enhanced with Bose technology to play music and take calls.” Available in two styles for $200, they’re initially on sale only in the US. Read the full review here.

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