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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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Amazon has a 2-pack of Anker's 360-degree Soundcore Flare Bluetooth speaker for just $70 ($50 off)

When it comes to Bluetooth speakers, we as consumers have a ton of options to choose from. But if you're on a budget yet still want a great audio experience, Anker's Soundcore brand usually fits the bill. This deal, if you've been looking for some 360° stereo sound for your home or office, is one to pay attention to. Amazon is currently offering a two-pack of the Soundcore Flare for just $69.99, about $50 off the regular price.

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Anker announces more batteries, chargers, and earbuds at MWC


Less than two months ago, Anker announced a wide array of new products at CES. The company is back at MWC with even more devices, including a new USB-PD portable charger, a 10,000mAh battery, and more.

The first new product is the PowerPort Atom PD 2, a slightly beefier version of the company's slick PD 1 power brick that we reviewed earlier this month. This model doesn't match the small size of the original version, but it has twice the USB Type-C ports and twice the maximum charging rate (a total of 60W). Anker says it will launch in May, but the price isn't available yet.

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Monday deals: Sales on Ring Video Doorbell Pro, Google WiFi, Echo Dot Kids Edition, and more

We know you love them deals. Frankly, though, there are just too many for us to report on each one individually. Here are a handful of sales from the past few days we didn't get the chance to tell you about.

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Anker Zolo Liberty Air true wireless earbuds are $64 ($16 off) on Amazon with coupon

In the last couple of years, we've seen some real strides toward the truly wireless earbud dream — one that I do not share, but I digress. Doubtless, Apple kicked off the fervor with the Airpods, but that hasn't stopped some other legitimately good options from popping up. We've looked at few here at AP, but this one is still in testing. Anker's Zolo Liberty Air normally goes for $79.99, but with a coupon, you grab a pair for $63.99.

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Anker Soundcore Model Zero and Zero+ review: Premium wireless speakers, with or without Google Assistant

Anker's Soundcore sub-brand sells all kinds of wireless audio gear, from earbuds to soundbars. They generally target a pretty midrange market; they're not chintzy by any means, but historically, they haven't been expensive, either. Starting at $200, though, Anker's new Soundcore Model Zero and Model Zero+ speakers are decidedly more premium than the company's previous offerings. And while they're not quite a home run, there's a lot to like here.

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Anker's Soundcore Bluetooth speakers, earbuds, and headphones are up to $30 off today on Amazon

Anker sells all manner of affordable, well-received audio gadgets under its Soundcore label: headphones, earbuds, speakers, you name it. Today, several of the company's most popular Soundcore accessories are on sale on Amazon for as much as $30 off.

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[Deal Alert] Anker Nebula Mars Lite projector $279.99 ($120 off), Soundcore Liberty Lite true-wireless earbuds $64.99 ($15 off) on Amazon


Jack of all trades manufacturer Anker has become a great source of deals on a wide range of technology products, and that's continuing today with two more tempting offers. The first is for a portable home cinema system, the Nebula Mars Lite, while the second is for a pair of true-wireless earbuds from sub-brand Soundcore.

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