Anker's headphones are already at pretty good prices, since Soundcore is a budget brand. But combine that with a refurb discount and a coupon code, and you're looking at a rare deal indeed. So it is with the Soundcore Liberty Air 2, which Newegg is offering in refurbished form for just $36. That's a little under half the retail price for these buds, and the best price we've seen for them thus far.
Ever since the Chromebook Duet landed, I've been waiting for Lenovo to improve upon this inexpensive Surface-style tablet with some beefier hardware. Today my waiting pays off: the company's announced the Chromebook Duet 5, a sleek, OLED-screened convertible tablet rocking Chrome software. It's one of many new machines the company is revealing today at the TechWorld showcase.
Jabra's true wireless earbuds have been a reliable alternative to high-end offerings from Apple and Samsung ever since they were introduced, with high marks for audio quality, connection, and comfort. The latest model is on sale at eBay today at its lowest price yet, as long as you're okay with a refurbished set of buds.
Samsung is one of the few manufacturers that consistently brings features from newer designs to older hardware via software upgrades. Usually it's phones (like the older Galaxy Z Flip series this morning, for example), but Samsung's also looking after its galaxy of accessories. Today the Galaxy Buds Pro get some of the newer features developed for the non-pro Galaxy Buds2.
Although it's not as flashy a brand as Google or Apple, Jabra has quietly been making some of the best wireless earbuds you can buy today. Over the last few years, the Elite 65t, 75t, and 85t sets have proven to be excellent daily drivers, all without being tied to a single operating system. Jabra announced three new pairs of earbuds today to choose from, with prices starting as low as just $79.
You don't need to break the bank for a pair of true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation. Hell, you probably won't even need a whole Benjamin. Aukey's Beyond ANC Hybrid earbuds, otherwise known as the EP-N5, only cost $59 most days and can be found for way less sometimes. But can your ears live with them? Check out our appended update below.
Everyone makes wireless earbuds these days. It's not just phone makers and startups, either — you could pick a brand name out of a hat, and, chances are, there's a pair of buds listed on its website right now. This sort of saturation does end up benefitting shoppers, of course. With so many options to pick between, you can usually score some for insanely low prices. Over at Lenovo's web store, you can grab a pair of earbuds for as low as $15 right now.
If you’re numb to the OnePlus-style hype train that precedes every major product launch — as we are — you may not have been following the incessant attention-seeking from Nothing ahead of its hardware debut. Rather than buy into all that, we’ve been waiting to see what they actually come up with, and well, I have to say I’m pleasantly surprised.