Is it worth developing your own voice-control platform for TWS earbuds? Apparently, Skullcandy thinks so. Last week, the trendy headphones maker unveiled its all-new, voice-control platform called, Skull-iQ Smart Feature Technology.
Joining the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Buds Pro is the successor of the Galaxy Buds, Samsung Galaxy Buds2. Armed with dynamic two-way speakers, it promised to deliver crisp, clear high notes and deep bass while ANC mutes the outside world so you can enjoy the music less the distraction of environmental noise.
Earbuds can be a health risk. We tend to crank up the volume because we can’t hear the details at a lower volume or because of environmental noise. While active noise cancellation serves to mitigate the latter, there is nothing much that can be done with the former. That is until Yamaha TW-E3B True Wireless …
Up till now, most – if not all – true wireless earbuds are marketed for music enjoyment. The new Logitech Zone True Wireless, however, is marketed as a pair of TWS built for business. How does it classify as “business” earbuds? Well, because, certification by Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom.
Sennheiser is synonymous with audiophile-grade personal audio gear that comes with not-so-accessible price points. But of late, the company is making its brand more accessible. In addition to the easy-on-your-wallet Bluetooth cans introduced earlier this year, the company has announced a “more accessible” pair of TWS earbuds.
Its long overdue, but Beats has finally onboard the true wireless earbuds train. I know. The Beats Studio Buds True Wireless Earbuds isn’t the Apple-owned brand’s first wireless earphones, but the Powerbeats and Powerbeats Pro are not true, true wireless earbuds.
The Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless Earbuds earbuds from two years ago have received rave reviews. This year, Sony is set to set a new standard for active noise cancellation in TWS earbuds with a follow up, the Sony WF-1000XM4 True Wireless Earbuds.
British premium audio equipment maker Bowers & Wilkins that is best known for high-end speakers and some say, headphones, has just revealed its first true wireless earbuds.
True Wireless Earbuds. It is a wonderful invention that brings about convenience and so disgusting at the same time. The latter would be the yucky bits that the earbuds unplugged from your ears after each use. This means, the they require cleaning that would involves the use of brush and Q-tip. But thanks to Cardlax, …
If I tell you that you could score a pair of true wireless earbuds for under US$25, you’ll probably think it is from some unknown brands. Well, not quite with this super affordable pair with an attitude. It is from Utah-based audio brand, Skullcandy.