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Anker's true wireless Liberty Neo earbuds are a steal at just $30 ($20 off)

If you're on the lookout for a pair of wireless buds but don't want to spend a fortune, Anker's sub-brand Soundcore has the perfect product to offer: The Liberty Neo combine good audio quality with affordability. They usually sell for $50, but they're currently down to just $30, making them one the cheapest options around.

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Enjoy true wireless audio while working out for just $34 with the Soundcore Liberty Neo ($16 off)

True wireless earbuds were initially pricey, but many cheaper alternatives have since been released on the market. One of them is the Soundcore Liberty Neo, which has been designed to provide a good compromise between decent audio quality and affordability. The buds were initially priced at $60, but you can now get them for just $34.

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The Soundcore Liberty Neo finally bring decent audio to cheap true wireless earbuds

Only two months have passed since we reviewed the Soundcore Liberty Air true wireless earbuds and now we’re taking a look at — or listen to — the Liberty Neo. Neither set is to be confused with the Liberty earbud range from another Anker sub-brand called Zolo. Why Soundcore needs two distinct but similarly priced models is the first question I pondered. The Liberty Neo (MSRP $60/£58) and Liberty Air (MSRP $80/£80) both feature graphene-coated drivers, Bluetooth 5, and IPX5 sweat resistance, but there are also a few key differences to justify the separate SKUs and price variance.

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