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These days, there is a plethora of wireless earbuds on the market, but EarFun has developed a reputation for building enticing audio gear at affordable prices. The same is true for its latest buds, the EarFun Air Pro. They're among the first sub-$100 wireless earbuds that feature hybrid ANC thanks to EarFun's innovative QuietSmart technology, which helps reduce ambient noise by up to 38dB. EarFun has teamed up with us to give away seven units to seven lucky Android Police readers.
Truly-wireless earbuds are the hot product category right now, but Jaybird's X4 neckbuds still strike a decent balance between price and functionality. Now you can get the X4 for $49.99, a savings of $80 over the original MSRP, and around $50 lower than the usual price.
Wireless earbuds are all the rage these days. Devialet, a manufacturer based in France, is best known for making high-end speakers, and now it's taking its expertise in audio and translating that to a smaller form factor. The company's new Gemini wireless earbuds might be more expensive than other alternatives, but they offer up a lot in exchange.
Even though true wireless buds are the trend, some people prefer neckband or corded ones, mostly because they can be kept around your neck without risking to lose them. Aukey's B60 are a great option if you prefer this form-factor. They usually cost $40, but they're currently down to just $15 thanks to a $25 coupon.
Ultimate Ears is probably best known for its adorable Bluetooth speakers in the Boom line up, but it also makes some rather pricey pro-level audio products, like IEMs used by artists on stage and in the studio. With those products, a customized fit is necessary, but these tend to be far too expensive for most (shall we say, less talented) people. Thankfully, a new set of earbuds has just been announced that offers DIY custom-fitting for a fraction of the cost.
Bose has a new batch of earbuds and, believe it or not, sunglasses available for the holidays this year — including the company's first pair of active noise canceling true wireless earbuds under the QuietComfort brand that's familiar to over-ear headphone owners.
Samsung has decided to stop including wired earbuds with its flagship phones in North America, saying that customers here are opting for Bluetooth solutions instead. That said, we're hearing that Samsung USA's customer service will ship you a pair of the wired earbuds for your Galaxy Note20 or Note20 Ultra if you ask nicely.
Mobvoi just launched its budget Bluetooth buds with ANC a few months ago, but the company is already back with another pair of wireless earbuds. The Earbuds Gesture come with TicMotion capabilities that allow answering or rejecting phone calls with a shake of the head — and they're live on Indiegogo for a special early backer price of $65.
Sony's top-of-the-line WF-1000XM3 earbuds aren't the company's only true wireless set. The WF-XB700 (great names, Sony) don't have as many bells and whistles, but they still offer great, bass-forward sound and very strong battery life. What's more, they're just 78 bucks right now on Amazon, $50 less than usual.
Samsung's new wireless earbuds have been an incredibly poor-kept secret, as the past few months have given us leak after leak. Samsung officially announced the beans-shaped Galaxy Buds Live today, complete with Active Noise Cancellation, 12mm speakers, and an estimated 8-hour battery life.