We've known for a couple of weeks that Google is working on a new set of true wireless Pixel Buds, and it's rumored that they'll be a mercifully cheaper variant. The "Pixel Buds A" were spotted hanging out at the FCC, with enough info to speculate that they're similar in form factor to the current model. Today Google sent out a promotional image in a Nest email that, apparently, shows off the new buds a little early.
Jabra is amongst the leading brands when it comes to true wireless buds, as its products are reliable and sound great. The Elite 75t are one of its higher-end devices and have recently been upgraded with active noise cancelation, enabling them to compete with some of the best buds on the market. They don't come cheap, though, as they traditionally sell for $150. Thankfully, you can get them for almost half the price, if you're willing to buy a refurbished pair.
Music is one of the best ways to motivate yourself when working out, which is why it's key to have a good pair of buds as your workout companion. Jabra is known for the quality and durability of its wireless earbuds, especially its Active range, which is designed to provide sweat resistance and comfort while you exercise. They're usually relatively costly, as they traditionally went for $140, but they're now down to just $90 on Amazon and Best Buy.
Aukey is known for manufacturing reliable yet affordable accessories. Their EP-N5 buds offer a bunch of features, including active noise cancellation, and traditionally sell for $60. However, you can get them for much cheaper today, thanks to a discount on Amazon combined with a promo code, bringing them down to $36.
True wireless buds with high-quality audio usually cost more than $100, but thanks to this deal, you can get the Jabra Elite 65t for just $81.68, which combine a fully cordless connection with great audio quality.
The Jabra Elite 65t feature Bluetooth 5.0, five hours of battery life with ten more thanks to the charging case, and IP56 sweat and dust resistance, meaning these buds will have your back even during your intense workouts. They're also compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri, making sure you can talk to your favorite voice assistant without taking your phone out of your pocket.
Sadly, only the the Titanium Black model is currently marked down, with the Gold Beige selling for $100.
Since Apple released the AirPods, true wireless earbuds have been the trend. The company later continued to innovate, with the introduction of the AirPods Pro, which feature active noise cancelation, a functionality that was quite rare on small buds back then. Sony came to the party in July 2019, with its WF-1000XM3, which have remained the AirPod Pro's only serious competitor for a while. However, many brands have unveiled true wireless buds with ANC lately, including Sennheiser,Audio-Technica, Panasonic, and Jabra. Yamaha is finally joining the game with the announcement of its own range.
If you're tired of having your earphone cable getting tangled up in your pocket, you should consider true wireless buds. There are plenty of options on the market, but Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ are one of the best-sounding ones. They're currently down to just $90, which is $60 less than their traditional retail price.
OnePlus has dipped its toe into the Bluetooth audio waters several times, but it stubbornly avoided true wireless even as the rest of the industry dropped wires. Now, OnePlus is getting with the times. The true wireless OnePlus Buds are now available in the US, priced at $79.
Samsung's latest Galaxy Buds+ are some of our favorite true wireless earbuds, but we shouldn't forget the original Galaxy Buds either. Although they lack some of the fancy new features found in this year's model, they still sound and feel great. They arguably even look better, thanks to a matte finish as opposed to the gloss of the Buds+. The price difference between the two models is usually only $20, but eBay is currently selling open-box first-gen Buds for only $65 (50% off).
Samsung's Galaxy Buds+ are some of the best true wireless earphones available, with plenty of features, great battery life, and good sound. Not content to leave them as they are, Samsung continues to improve both the new Buds+ and the original Buds from last year through frequent software updates. This week Samsung started rolling out new features to the companion app, adding two useful homescreen widgets to compliment your earbuds.