will.i.am has gotten himself into another business (again). This time, it is making face masks. Not just any face mask. It is a high-tech face mask that Bane will approve.
You know this is inevitable. Sooner or later, some company is going to put TWS earbuds control straight onto the charging case and that ‘some company’ is Morph Audio.
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.
Razer is staying true to the company’s ethos of ‘a gaming lifestyle company’. I can’t say the same 5 or 10 years ago, but now, this company that started with humble gaming mice, has all aspect of gamers’ life covered. From bags to fashion and energy drinks and even bank card. Now, it even has …
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.
Master & Dynamic MW07 true wireless earbuds is expensive, considering that the range has no active noise cancellation. But that has just changed with the new MW08 TWS earbuds which boasts hybrid active noise cancellation for the same price.
Headphones – or earphones, specifically, that lets you enjoy music while still aware of the surrounding are not new. We have seen a bunch of them. The secret sauce is (mostly) bone conduction. And bone conduction is exactly what the Sentien Audio is.
After years of turning out Bluetooth speakers and headphones, Marshall Headphones has finally introduced its first true wireless sound earbuds. Called Mode II, it promised to deliver “thunderous audio experience” with “growling bass, natural-sounding mids and crisp treble,” pumped out through its custom-tuned dynamic 6 mm drivers.
We are back with another true wireless earbuds review. Yes, it is another one from TaoTronics and this time, its the new TaoTronics SoundLiberty 80. TaoTronics SoundLiberty 80 may be an affordable TWS earbuds, but it has one premium feature that is missing from some more expensive true wireless earbuds.
If you have no aversion to true wireless earbuds with a pole/stem sticking out and you are in the market for a pair with ANC, then you may want to take a look at the TCL MOVEAUDIO S600.