Beats’ first true wireless earbuds, the Powerbeats Pro, borrow tech from Apple in a pair of waterproof earbuds with 9 hours of battery life. Unfortunately, an intermittent connection issue has us pumping the brakes on these Beats beauties.
With excellent battery life, great controls, and fantastic sweat resistance, JLab’s latest workout buds are the new pair to beat, taking everything we like about the Powerbeats Pro but lopping a healthy $100 off the price tag.
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are meant to replace the vaunted QC 35 II as the go-to headphone for business types and frequent flyers, but does better voice clarity and a re-tooled design make these $400 cans the smart buy? We dig into Bose’s latest to find out.
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphone 700 may be the latest and greatest, but don’t count the QC35 II out just yet. At $50 less than Bose’s new flagship, these mainstay cans still make the most sense for most people.
The HD 6XX offer all the gorgeous sound of the original Sennheiser HD 650, but in a slightly different color, and at a reduced cost. If you're after audiophile-grade sound at a low price, these are the golden ticket.
There’s finally a pair of affordable true wireless earbuds that outperform many of the big boys. 1More’s Stylish wireless earbuds have AirPods-beating battery life, sweatproofing, and an extremely ergonomic design, all for $100.
The OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2.0 Bluetooth headphones are revised and redesigned for more comfort, better sound, and more convenience. These great sounding earbuds are clearly made for life on the move, and deliver exactly what you’ll want to ensure you aren’t left in silence.
Jabra’s wireless noise-canceling headphones offer massive battery life, advanced controls, and great sound at $50 less than competing options from Sony and Bose, but do they have what it takes to compete with the best?