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Bang & Olufsen Updates H9 Wireless Headphones With Google Assistant

Is Bang & Olufsen having an update streak? Just recently, we saw the the Danish audio equipment maker updated its E8 true wireless earbuds, then the A9 got its third generation iteration and now, the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9 gets an update too. Aesthetically, it looks pretty much as the Beoplay H9i and that’s a good thing because, the H9i itself looks pretty sleek as is. Continue reading Bang & Olufsen Updates H9 Wireless Headphones With Google Assistant

New Drop + Optoma NuForce True Wireless Earbuds Costs $90 At Launch

If you are in the market for a pair of true wireless earbuds with a reputable name behind it and without breaking the bank, then you may want to check out this collaborative true wireless earbuds from Optoma NuForce and Drop (formerly Massdrop), Drop + NuForce MOVE True Wireless IEMs (in-ear monitors, or basically a fancy way of saying earbuds). Continue reading New Drop + Optoma NuForce True Wireless Earbuds Costs $90 At Launch

Skullcandy’s New True Wireless Earbuds Has AirPods’ Awkward Design

Just when we thought Apple AirPods’ design are so horrendous that it will never be replicated by any company other than Chinese companies, Utah-based Skullcandy did the same. Though I have to admit that Skullcandy Indy “Truly Wireless Earbuds” somehow looks a tad better. Perhaps the black colorway and less pole-like stem design helps? Continue reading Skullcandy’s New True Wireless Earbuds Has AirPods’ Awkward Design

Bang & Olufsen Revealed New Active Lifestyle Beoplay Wireless Earbuds

Danish premium audio equipment maker, Bang & Olufsen, has just introduced a couple of new wireless in-ear headphones (or earphones, if you will) designed with active lifestyle (read: gym hitters, workout fanatics) in mind. The duo are Beoplay E6 Motion and Beoplay E8 Motion. The latter should not be confused with the updated Beoplay E8 True Wireless Earbuds we saw earlier this year, though they look somewhat similar aesthetically. Continue reading Bang & Olufsen Revealed New Active Lifestyle Beoplay Wireless Earbuds

Any Gaming Headphones Can Have Lights, But They Surely Don’t Light Up Like This Pair Does

Just as we mentioned that most headphones makers conform to the norm of circular design when we wrote about Master & Dynamic’s newest ANC audio cans, we saw this: ASUS ROG Strix Pro 7.1 Gaming Headphones. Before you get all ga-ga over this headphones, you have know this isn’t a real thing, yet. It appears to be a concept gaming headphones conceived by Taiwan-based industrial designer Shao Chun Sung and Shenzhen-based designer Boge Lin. Continue reading Any Gaming Headphones Can Have Lights, But They Surely Don’t Light Up Like This Pair Does

Here’s The New Master & Dynamic $499 Active Noise Canceling Headphones

If you haven’t already heard, New York-based premium audio hardware maker Master & Dynamic has launched a new active noise canceling wireless headphones called MW65 and boy, does it has a rather odd design and yet, looking pretty dope. It does have the retro vibe to it. When most headphone makers would opt for the conventional or square approach, MW65 adopts a longish, round form (and that’s the weird part, btw). Continue reading Here’s The New Master & Dynamic $499 Active Noise Canceling Headphones

This Beyerdynamic Headphones Has Status Light Inside The Ear Cups

If you haven’t already heard, German audiophile hardware maker Beyerdynamic has a pair of active noise cancellation Bluetooth headphones called Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC that has rather odd feature. It has what the company calls “Light Guide System” that uses different colored lights on the inside of the headphones to help you determine the status of the audio cans. It requires you to take the headphones off and look inside the ear cups to check on the current battery status, Bluetooth connection, and to see which sides are left and right. Continue reading This Beyerdynamic Headphones Has Status Light Inside The Ear Cups

Outlier Air Is Creative’s First True Wireless In-Ear Headphones

If you have been wondering how Creative Technology has not yet have its own true wireless earbuds, well, wonder no more because, it is here. Creative Outlier Air is the Singapore-based tech company’s first true wireless in-ear headphones that touts “perfect blend of long battery life and impeccable audio performance,” and more importantly, though, it is light on the wallet. Continue reading Outlier Air Is Creative’s First True Wireless In-Ear Headphones

Forget Foldable Headphones, Here’s One That Rolls Up Like A Watch Strap

Forget foldable headphones. A Swiss company has rolled out a pair of audio cans with an innovative headphone with a headband that rolls up like the metal watch strap. In fact, the headband was actually inspired by a watch’s metal links type strap. The TT321 LUZLI Roller MK01, as it is called, rolls smaller than any other on-ear headphones on the market, says LUZLI. Continue reading Forget Foldable Headphones, Here’s One That Rolls Up Like A Watch Strap

Here’s A New Designed-For-FPS Games Gaming Headset From SOMiC

So far, we have not heard of China-based branded gaming headphones. I am sure there are quite a handful. Just that we are not aware of them. Here’s one brand called SOMiC that has been trying to break into the U.S. and international markets since a few years back. You may have seen headphones with the kitty ears decorating the headband (but not to be confused with Axent Wear Cat Ear Headphones). Yeah, that’s SOMiC line of gaming headphones targeted at female gamers. However, we are not talk about those, though. We are here to talk about its latest offering, the SOMiC G805 Gaming Headset designed with FPS games in mind. Continue reading Here’s A New Designed-For-FPS Games Gaming Headset From SOMiC