Deal: Save $50 on Apple's BeatsX earphones at Best Buy

Apple’s BeatsX earphones are on sale once again at Best Buy and while it’s not the biggest discount we’ve seen to date, it’s worth a look. Some retailers are still selling the BeatsX earphones for around $150, but they’re usually $120-$130.

In any case, Best Buy offers Apple’s BeatsX earphones for just $99.99, so, in theory, you would save $50 when you buy them. Even if you save slightly less than $50, buying these earphones for close to $100 is a good deal.

The package contains eartips with four size options, a lightning to USB-A charging cable, a pocket-sized carrying case, the …

Deal: get the best low-cost Bluetooth earphones, Anker's SoundBuds Slim+, for just $22

Everyone’s favorite value for money accessory maker, Anker, has sweet, sweet deal on its popular SoundBuds line of Bluetooth earphones. The original one got upgraded to a SoundBuds Slim+ level with water-resistant rating, and that’s precisely the variation that is on sale now.

Let’s face it, truly wireless buds are awesome and good-looking, but they still can’t hold water to corded ones when it comes to battery life and convenience. There is simply not enough place for good battery packs with truly wireless earphones, while the SoundBuds+ make the right choice, and place the …

All Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and S8 models now come with free Gear IconX wireless earphones

Samsung will soon announce a Galaxy S9 and a Galaxy S9+, but that doesn’t mean the company wants customers to stop purchasing its current smartphones. That being said, following a wave of Galaxy-related deals that have been available lately, Samsung now has another offer to buyers of its high-end phones: the company is giving away Gear Icon X (2018) fitness earphones (normally priced at $199.99) for free.
To get yourself a free pair of Gear IconX earbuds, you can buy any of the following Samsung phones (either unlocked, or on a carrier*): …

Jabra Elite 65t wireless earphones Review

Nearly a year ago, we reviewed the Jabra Elite Sport, the longtime wireless audio maker’s first venture into the true wireless space. You could say that they were ambitious with their approach, considering the earbuds attempted to appeal to both music and fitness enthusiasts. Unfortunately, it didn’t help either that the Elite Sport were slapped with a $250 price tag, making them one of the more expensive mainstream options at the time.

During CES 2018 early last month, Jabra introduced two new truly wireless headphones – the Jabra Elite 65t and the Elite Active …

Bragi Dash Pro wireless earphones Review

Helping to establish this newfound market for truly wireless headphones, Munich-based company Bragi was one of the pioneers to enter it back in late 2015 with its crowdfunded set, simply named “The Dash.” Since then, we’ve seen several companies inundate the space with their own offerings and moving the segment to all sorts of directions. Some of these shifts were good, some bad, but the evolution has been evident since the first batch of wireless headphones came out. Two years later, we’re testing out Bragi’s latest product, the Dash Pro, which is an ambitious effort to deliver the most intelligent …

Anker Zolo Liberty+ wireless earphones Review

Truly wireless earphones are among the hottest tech gadgets right now. Some models – Apple’s Airpods come to mind – offer comfort and an excellent casual-listening experience; others, like the Jabra Elite Sport, focus on delivering function to the sports-minded among us, adding features like heart-rate sensors and activity tracking. Anker’s Zolo Liberty+ earphones land somewhere in the middle. Offering IPX5 water resistance and 3.5-hour battery life (with an additional 48 hours provided by charging case), the compact Zolo Liberty+ earphones seem to find quite a sweet spot, selling for $149.99. …

B&O Beoplay E8 True Wireless Earphones Review

Bang & Olufsen, it’s a name you know and probably trust when it comes to audio. Given how many phone manufacturers have chosen them to be their premium audio partner, it shouldn’t be a surprise to know that its subsidiary, B&O Play, is tackling the ever-growing market for true wireless headphones. With the B&O Beoplay E8, it’s an unmistakable premium offering that intends on keeping audio aficionados content from making the switch from wired to truly wireless. But with a hefty cost of $299, will it deliver enough of the goods to justify buying them over other mainstream solutions …

Essential is now selling phone accessories, including HD earphones and USB-C to 3.5mm adapters

Quite many months after releasing the interesting Essential Phone,
Essential today started selling accessories via its official website (US
only). When we say accessories, we mean more than just the Essential 360 Camera
module that was already available to buy.


Here’s a list of new Essential accessories that you can
order right away, prices included:

Essential Earphones HD ($99), featuring “immersive
fatigue-free sound” and a multi-action button that can even activate Google
Assistant. These high-definition earphones work not just with the Essential
Phone, but also with other devices …

Google Pixel Buds earphones Review

The companies behind the biggest smartphone platforms aren’t just interested in selling you a handset; they want you to buy a lifestyle. Picking up a shiny new iPhone or Pixel phone is a good start, sure, but then they’re going to try and get you on the hook for cloud services for your storage and entertainment needs, maybe a new laptop, and why not the latest voice-powered smart appliance, too?

Beyond these big products and services, smaller accessories are also important for companies looking to control the tone of your overall user experience, helping to seal in the whole soup-to-nuts …

Razer launches Hammerhead USB-C earphones for the Razer Phone and iOS Mercury Edition

Just in time for the market release of its smartphone, Razer announced the immediate availability of the Hammerhead USB-C earbuds, the ultimate accessory for the Razer Phone. The new earphones are now available for purchase via Razer’s online store for $79.99/€89.99.

They aren’t compatible exclusively with the Razer Phone, as they can be used with just about any Android smartphone that features USB Type C port. The Razer Hammerhead earphones are made of highly durable aluminum and feature flat cables, as well as bi-flange ear tips for passive noise isolation.

The …