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Plantronics BackBeat Go 410 wireless headphones with ANC drop to an all-time low of $42

Plantronics BackBeat Go 410 wireless headphones with ANC drop to an all-time low of $42

Find yourself working from home, like so many of us are these days? If so, you may also need new ways to stay focused despite the potential noise and distractions of the home. Luckily, we have a deal on noise-canceling headphones that can help with just that. Amazon is currently selling the Plantronics BackBeat Go 410 wireless headphones in Graphite for only $41.88, saving buyers $38 off the usual retail price of $79.99.

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Work from home in peace: Now's the time to invest in some noise-canceling headphones

Work from home in peace: Now's the time to invest in some noise-canceling headphones

If you're fortunate enough to have a job you're able to do from home, you probably haven't been to the office in a while now. That's good for public health (and maybe good for you if you hate changing out of your pajamas), but it comes with its own challenges. Chief among them: noise. Traffic, neighbors doing yard work, your kids. Noise-canceling headphones won't completely block all of it, but they sure help. Here are some great options.

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Midweek deals: Save on Fitbit Charge 3, wireless earbuds, security cameras, and more

Midweek deals: Save on Fitbit Charge 3, wireless earbuds, security cameras, and more

Hello, and welcome to the first installment of our midweek deals roundup for 2020. Now that the holiday season is behind us and the barrage of pre-Christmas sales has subsided, we're turning our attention to the latest batch of discounts that have popped up around the internet. This week, we found some great sales on the Fitbit Charge 3, wireless earbuds, charging accessories, and security cameras.

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Plantronics BackBeat 3200 review: Stable sports buds that hit all the right notes but one

Plantronics BackBeat 3200 review: Stable sports buds that hit all the right notes but one

While true wireless buds are easy to find in all shapes and prices these days, those that are made for exercising and built for stability aren't that many. Plantronics already dabbled in this segment last year with the BackBeat Fit 3100, which were good until you stepped into the wide open outdoors. Connectivity dropped between the two buds, making them nearly unusable in the environment they were built for.

Plantronics came back this year with a fix to this problem. The new Fit 3150 and 3200 use Bluetooth 5.0, offer a more stable connection, and don't have any issue outdoor.

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Plantronics BackBeat Fit 6100 review: Good, gym-friendly over-ear headphones

Plantronics BackBeat Fit 6100 review: Good, gym-friendly over-ear headphones

Along with three new true wireless earbuds, Plantronics introduced last month a new over-ear headphone model. The BackBeat Fit 6100 offer a unique proposition for gym goers and workout aficionados who don't like in-ear buds: they're over-ear cans made specifically to withstand sweat and exercise, but they suit your commuter lifestyle or desk job just as well. The $180 price is on the high side, though.

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Plantronics BackBeat Pro 5100 review: Price and MicroUSB spoil these great true wireless buds

Plantronics BackBeat Pro 5100 review: Price and MicroUSB spoil these great true wireless buds

Plantronics dipped its toes in the true wireless earbuds market last year — with mitigated results. While it nailed the product's design and features, connectivity was an issue that you only noticed if you spent a lot of time out in the open. Now the company is back with a new range of true wireless buds and is hoping to fix that problem thanks to Bluetooth 5.0 and a new chip from Qualcomm.

The Pro 5100 are Plantronics' new premium offering, though in the true wireless earbuds space, they fall in the mid to high-end. And if you manage to forgive their MicroUSB charging port and slightly high price tag, they're quasi-perfect.

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Plantronics introduces BackBeat Fit 3150, Fit 3200, and Pro 5100 true wireless earbuds with improved connectivity... and MicroUSB

Plantronics introduces BackBeat Fit 3150, Fit 3200, and Pro 5100 true wireless earbuds with improved connectivity... and MicroUSB

Plantronics released its first take on the true wireless form factor about a year ago, but the company's efforts weren't well received. I spent a bit of time with the BackBeat Fit 3100 and liked their stable design and sound quality, but noticed a few disconnections. Those became much more noticeable when my husband tried them in a completely open outdoor setting near the sea. With no trees, no buildings, and nothing to bounce the sound around, one of the buds would frequently lose connection and stutter.

Now the company is acknowledging the problem and releasing an updated Fit 3150 with better connectivity and battery life.

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Monday deals: A Sony WH-1000XM3 discount, plus tons more Bluetooth audio savings

Monday deals: A Sony WH-1000XM3 discount, plus tons more Bluetooth audio savings

Another week, another batch of deals for you, our dear readers. Today we've got a nice price on Sony's outstanding WH-1000XM3 headphones, plus discounts on a bunch of other Bluetooth audio gadgets from the likes of Bose, Ultimate Ears, and more.

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Plantronics BackBeat Fit 500 workout headphones drop to $46 ($25 off)

Plantronics BackBeat Fit 500 workout headphones drop to $46 ($25 off)

For the money, you can't argue with the value of Plantronics' headphones. The company makes some of the best-sounding and most feature-rich Bluetooth sets at multiple price brackets, and one of the greatest examples of that are the BackBeat Fit 500. These Bluetooth cans are now down to a dirt-cheap $46, $21 off their recent average price (and $34 off MSRP).

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The sports-friendly Plantronics BackBeat Fit 2100 fall to a new low of $60 on Amazon

The sports-friendly Plantronics BackBeat Fit 2100 fall to a new low of $60 on Amazon

If you work out a lot like I do, you know how important it is to have the right headphones during your session. I've learned that the hard way: Five years ago when I started lifting, I would use the cheap earphones that came with my handset, but I quickly gave up because the wires would get caught in different things or an earpiece would fail in the middle of a workout. They eventually drowned in my sweat and died, so I decided to get a pair of wireless earphones especially designed for athletes that cost me about $180 back then.

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