Just two days ago, we posted a deal for Everest Elite 700 refurbs for $119.99 a pop. But if that was still out of your price range or you just missed the boat on that one, Amazon is offering the slightly downmarket Everest 700 (non-Elite) in refurbished condition for $89.99 for today only. Read More
Back in 2016, we reviewed JBL's Everest Elite 700 wireless headphones. We found them to be great headphones, though the $299.99 MSRP was on the higher side. But now, the very same headphones, complete with noise cancellation, can be had for $119.99 in 'factory reconditioned' condition via Woot. Read More
After the Google Home was announced, it was only a matter of time before Google, like Amazon, made it possible for other brands to create their own Assistant-enabled speakers. We've already reviewed the TicHome Mini, a small portable alternative to the Home Mini, and today we're taking a look at JBL's line-up of Google Homesque speakers: the Link series. In this review, I will focus on the portable IPX7-rated cylindrical Link 20 and the larger stationary Link 300. However, my Android Police colleague Jeff has also had the Link 10, 20, and 300 for a while so I'll add his thoughts on the Link 10 and mention his personal comments on the other two as well. Read More
If you're looking to pick up a smart speaker with Google Assistant, but would prefer it to be portable and not resemble an air freshener, JBL has some good options for you, and they've each been discounted by $50 at several retailers. Read More
After months of speculations on Cody's part, the Assistant devices known under the "Quartz" codename were announced yesterday as smart displays and Lenovo unveiled the first one of the range. Google said that other companies were on board too, like LG and Sony, but another one is now also known: it's the JBL Link View.
JBL already has a few Google Assistant speakers in the Link portfolio, and the View is joining them with not only 2 x 10 W speakers and a passive radiator, but also an 8" touchscreen display that can show all the Assistant interactions like weather, calendar, cooking and recipes, as well as stream YouTube videos and make Duo video calls (there's a 5MP cam on the front). Read More
Amazon stumbled upon a good idea when it launched the Echo Show last year. Even though it's just an Echo speaker with a screen (and despite the YouTube functionality being removed), it has enjoyed moderate success and currently sits a 4.5-star average rating on Amazon. Now Google has unveiled its competitor - Google Assistant for smart screens. Read More
Samsung-owned JBL and Harman Kardon have released a flood of products at this year's CES, collectively covering an extensive range of uses. From the new Google Assistant-equipped JBL Everest Bluetooth headphone line, to a literal pile of individually sport-optimized waterproof earbuds and Bluetooth speakers, all the way up to the $4,000 re-release of the 1970's JBL L100, the company has an almost comically massive lineup for the coming year. Read More
If you still have just a little bit of cash left in your pocket after the craziness that was the whole Black Friday week/month, and if I can find it in myself to write another one of these deals, let's have a quick chat.
JBL makes really awesome speakers with great sound. We love them. This Pulse 2 isn't just a portable Bluetooth speaker though, it also lights up and changes with your music. Read More
Tis the season for deals and today there's more to be thankful about if you love great sound and even better features. One of our favorite audio brands, JBL, is having a big discount on many of its speakers. This includes small and more significant discounts on long-time Bluetooth favorites like the Clip 2 ($30 off), Charge 3 (a neat $60 off), Flip 4 ($20 off), and Xtreme ($150 off, half-price), but also really cool discounts on the newly announced streaming speaker range. Read More
While not the most exciting deal for some, this is certainly an interesting one. Woot currently has a pair of brand new JBL Control X Bluetooth speakers for just $279.99, which is $220 off the MSRP. What makes this interesting is that, at time of writing, Woot seems to be the only place that is running this sale — other retailers are selling the pair for $500. Read More