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Beats’ True Wireless Powerbeats Pro Arrives In May For $250

You heard it is coming and now here it is. Apple-owned Beats’ first true wireless earphones, Beats Powerbeats Pro, is finally here. Beats Powerbeats Pro is essentially the Beats Powerbeats but without the cord in-between the two earpieces and hence, making it a true wireless earbuds. However, unlike the many true wireless earbuds out there, Beats did not try to shrink it. It is not discreet even by a bit. Instead, it retains the Powerbeats design style which is not small, btw, and that is a good thing, IMHO, because, it does not sacrifice size for performance. Continue reading Beats’ True Wireless Powerbeats Pro Arrives In May For $250

Apple Announced Mickey Edition Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones

It has been while since we last talked about Beats. We didn’t think any that came up along the way was worthy after the one that has Apple’s W1 chip. Anyways, here’s one that is a wee bit interesting: Mickey Mouse edition Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones because, Mickey Mouse. The iconic cartoon mouse and the world’s only mouse that has a pet dog is now at a grand old age of 90. To make this occasion, Apple has revealed a pair of special edition Solo3 cans, the Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphone Mickey Mouse 90th Anniversary Edition (quite a mouthful, eh?). Continue reading Apple Announced Mickey Edition Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones

Here’s The New Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones With Apple’s W1 Chip

It seems like forever since we last mention about Beats and that usually means there weren’t any major updates since. That changes earlier this month when Apple-owned Beats revealed the Studio headphones. The Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Wireless Headphones, as it is called, now flaunts a more advanced noise cancellation, a redesigned innards, a longer battery life and Apple’s W1 chip that makes it iOS devices- and Mac-friendly with respect to pairing. When it does hooked up with an iPhone, iPad, or Mac that supports W1, the headphones should have a pretty impressive battery life of 22 hours with noise cancellation activated. Continue reading Here’s The New Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones With Apple’s W1 Chip

Volkswagen Up The Audio Ante of Up! With 300 Watts BeatsAudio

How do you sell a car that isn’t made for speed? Style, of course, and in the case of Volkswagen Up! for the year 2016, audio prowess is one way to go. The German automaker has joined hands with audio industry biggie, BeatsAudio to put iconic Beats sound into this tiny hatch. What? Up’s too small a ride for you? Not to worry, the slightly larger Polo will be getting the equivalent BeatsAudio treatment too. Described as “strong sounding special editions,” both the Up! and Polo will be equipped with a seven-speaker system bolstered by a 8-channel amplifier with DSP, that promised to deliver 300 watts of “state-of-the-art” sound experience. Continue reading Volkswagen Up The Audio Ante of Up! With 300 Watts BeatsAudio

Beats’ First Speaker Since Apple Acquisition Charges with Lightning Cable, Lands in November for $230

When Apple acquired Beats, everyone was anticipating some beefing up in the design department. Well, not that Beats is shoddy in that aspect; we just want to see how the headphones, which are kind of the staple of Beats, turn out when touched by Jonathan Ive-lead team. We still don’t get to see it, but there’s a newly designed Pill speaker to content with. Dubbed Pill+, this latest portable speaker under the new ownership exhibits quite a bit of Cupertino influence and as suggested by the product name, it is no little pill. The ‘+’ puts in the size between the original pill and the XL, and it now sports a flat band across the middle as opposed to the all-round design. Continue reading Beats’ First Speaker Since Apple Acquisition Charges with Lightning Cable, Lands in November for $230

Beats Adds iPhone Shades to Solo2 Wireless Headphones, Still Cost $300

Now that Apple owns style-heavy headphone company, Beats by Dre, it is only fitting that Beats have audio gears in line with the tech giant’s product branding, well, at least in the color aspect anyways. So, not surprisingly, it has added three new colorways to its Solo2 wireless headphones, which was first introduced in November 2014. As you might have expected, the new Solo2 gets colors that matches those found on iPhone, iPad and now MacBook. Other than the addition of Gold, Silver and Space Gray finishes, everything under the hood remains the same. Both the Gold and Silver models get white accent on the inner headband, earpads and Beats branding, while the Space Gray is treated to black accent on the same areas. Continue reading Beats Adds iPhone Shades to Solo2 Wireless Headphones, Still Cost $300

Beats Solo2 Goes Wireless, Offers 12H of Wireless Freedom with Fuel Gauge

Fans of Beats who have been lamenting about the lack of on-ear wireless audio cans can now rejoice, because the Solo has gone wireless. Simply dubbed Solo2 (or more correctly Solo2) Wireless, the new wire-free Solo looks like a shrunken down Studio, which means it is quite a looker and looks more sophisticated, if I may say. However, the real star feature is naturally, wireless audio transmission, in which this pair of audio cans uses Bluetooth connectivity to offer up to 30′ of wireless music enjoyment. It is also packed with built-in mic for handsfree calls and on-ear controls for music control. The onboard rechargeable battery provides up to 12 hours of wireless listening, but in the event of the battery goes out of juice, you can always plug in the included RemoteTalk cable and keep on immersing in your favorite tunes. Continue reading Beats Solo2 Goes Wireless, Offers 12H of Wireless Freedom with Fuel Gauge

Beats Gifts Winning German Soccer Team 24-Carat Gold Beats Pro Headphones

have you heard? Beats is giving away 24 sets of Beats Pro audio cans to the victorious German soccer team and those are not just any Beats Pro we are talking about; they are 24-carat gold dipped Beats Pro headphones. but why 24? well, 23 will go to the folks who actually do the work and one for the person who screams, shouts and probably spits a lot. that’s the manager, in case you are still clueless. businesses can’t wait to jump on the opportunity to promote themselves during the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Beats is no different. more so when one of the sportsman had, at one point in time during the World Cup proceeding, ‘caught’ using Beats product when Sony was clearly the official sponsor, which lead to subsequent ‘ban’ of using non-sponsor products throughout the duration of the game. Continue reading Beats Gifts Winning German Soccer Team 24-Carat Gold Beats Pro Headphones

Beats Introduces Its First Wireless Earphones, The Powerbeats2 Wireless

Beats fans who long for a wireless solution when working out without having cups on or over their ears can look forward to the second generation Powerbeats, simply dubbed Powerbeats2 Wireless. designed for active lifestyle users, you can expect the obligatory sweat and water resistant properties (IPX4 rating, if you really must know) on top of its lightweight and durable construction. our experience with Beats with regard to build does not contradicts the manufacturer’s claim, though we can’t say the same for the audio reproduction. however, it is too early to past any judgement since we have yet to audition the Powerbeats2. drawing inspiration from LeBron James, Powerbeats2 packs a tiny rechargeable battery offering up to 6 hours of continuous playback, Bluetooth connectivity, dual-driver acoustics and the usual Beats’ good look. Continue reading Beats Introduces Its First Wireless Earphones, The Powerbeats2 Wireless

This Beats Headphones Come With Cast Marble Pillow For It To Rest

if have an affinity for concrete objects, then we are guessing you must have long wished for a concrete audio cans. if so, we have bad and good news for you. first, concrete headphones is an impossibility. it is heavy and never would have made it to your head and that’s the bad news. however, an implied concrete presentation of a headphone will be well within the realm of possibility. thanks to the collaboration between Beats By Dre and Snarkitecture. with this collab, Snarkitecture re-imagines the Beats Studio Headphones into a white matte object, stripping it of the colors and textures that you may have accustomed with Beats’ audio cans and matching it to a super cool, cast cultured marble pillow which would be the resting place of the headphones when not in use, thereby turning a modern piece of electronics into a two-piece art sculpture and possibly, providing your humble abode with an awesome conversational piece. Continue reading This Beats Headphones Come With Cast Marble Pillow For It To Rest