Sony revealed a bunch of new wireless Bluetooth earbuds at CES 2018 just the other day, with a couple of these coming with built-in support for the Google Assistant, namely the WF-SP700N and WI-SP600N earbuds. Well, at least the support is there, but the actual Google Assistant will arrive at a later date with an software update.
Sony has just introduced a pair of new, Bluetooth-based wireless earbuds that combine light weight, digital noise cancellation and sweat resistance that makes them suitable for workouts.
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Headphones serve a strictly utilitarian purpose, so you’d think shopping for them would be a breeze. But in reality? It’s a total nightmare.
With tons of brands, styles, and price points to choose from, there are simply too many options. And once you buy a pair you think will do the trick, they’re uncomfortable, bulky, or have superfluous buttons.
Released in the US less than two months ago, the Gear
IconX (2018) are Samsung’s latest fitness earbuds. Replacing the Gear IconX from 2016, the new earbuds were priced
at $199.99 at launch. Now, you can get them for $149.99 (that’s $50 off) via Samsung,
Best Buy, and Amazon.
Available in three color variants – black, pink, and grey –
the Samsung Gear IconX (2018) earbuds are completely wireless, so they’re
perfect to use when working out. Compatible with both Android, and iOS devices,
the new Gear IconX can be connected to your phone via Bluetooth, and will
provide up to 5 hours …
Even if you still have a phone with a headphone jack, chances are you’re interested in true wireless earbuds — they’re the ones without a cable connecting the two nubs that go into your ears — because who actually likes wires?
At $199, they’re pricier than AirPods, too. So how do they stack up?
Need a pair of decent wireless earbuds for a ridiculously low price? Samsung is now selling its Gear IconX earbuds for just $49.99, so you’ll be saving no less than $150.
The deal is only available via Samsung’s online store. Also, although the South Korean company offers free shipping on all orders, it will take between 7 to 10 business days to ship the earbuds.
Customers can choose between three color options: black, blue and white. However, out of the three color versions on sale at Samsung, just the black and white ones are still in stock.
Inside the box with the HTC U11 handset comes the manufacturer’s USonic earbuds. These have a number of features that you won’t find on many headsets. First, the USonic scans your ears to find the best output level for you. The first time you plug in the earbuds, you are prompted to set up an audio profile. You can turn the personal audio profile on or off by going to Settings and tapping on the HTC USonic on/off switch.
Based on your personal audio profile, the USonic earbuds will adjust to the sound level around you. While you are using the them to listen to a video or some music, …
Last week, HTC stepped up to join companies like Samsung, LG, and Sony with a new H1 2017 flagship smartphone, as it introduced the HTC U11. While for years the manufacturer’s stuck with its favored aluminum unibody design for phones like the One M8, M9, and last year’s HTC 10, it’s finally time to break from tradition and head out in a bold new direction, with a colorful glass-backed look for the U11 that’s earning the phone a lot of attention.
We already brought you an early hands-on with hardware, but that didn’t provide us with a lot of time to really check out the U11 in the full …