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Some Bluetooth headphones have a feature called "Multipoint" that should be considered more often when looking to buy new wireless headphones — especially if you use them with more than one device.
Multipoint lets your Bluetooth headphones connect to two devices at the same time, making it easy to seamlessly switch between devices to listen to music or take phone calls.
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The headphones with the best implementation of Multipoint I've tried are the Bose QC35 II.
Shopping around for a pair of Bluetooth headphones makes you consider a few criteria, like their sound quality, comfort, design, noise cancelling, and price tag.
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Apart from all of the above, if there's one feature that I'd look out for in my own pair of Bluetooth headphones, it's the ability to connect to at least two different devices at the same time for that extra little bit of convenience. It's a feature called "Multipoint."
That's not to say you or I want to listen to two streams of music at the same time. That would be silly.
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Rather, a pair of Bluetooth headphones that can connect to two or more devices at the same time — like a smartphone and a computer — lets you switch between those devices more easily than headphones that can only connect to a single device at...
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