Bose has long been known for its home audio set-ups, but now it wants to get a little more up-close and personal. In fact, it wants to get in your ear with the newly-launched Bose Bluetooth Headset.According to Pocket Lint, it's heading your way at the start of 2011, using proprietary audio technologies designed by the manufacturer to deliver an enhanced version of its TriPort acoustic headphone structure, optimised for speech reproduction, and Adaptive Audio Adjustment - which measures incoming speech and background noise, and adjusts voice levels automatically.The bottom line to all of that is a headset that delivers call quality, more or less wherever you are. Which is all you can ask of a Bluetooth headset. It will also be compatible with Bluetooth 2.1 devices and comes with the company's new StayHear tips, as seen on its current range of in-ear headphoness. There's also an easy to reach on/off slider, plus volume and call buttons.Sold in a protective case, and with three different tip sizes (small, medium and large), the Bose Bluetooth Headset will be around from 10th January 2011, costing £119 officially. Your ear might love you for it.