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20 great deals on Bluetooth earbuds this weekend


We could all use a solid pair of Bluetooth headphones. Whether we're multi-tasking on a work call or going hands-free during a workout, wireless earbuds can make life a lot easier. We've rounded up 20 sets of Bluetooth earbuds on sale this weekend, with deals effective as of Oct. 11. Plus, you can score an additional 20% off the already discounted prices by entering OCTSALE20 at checkout. The Mymanu CLIK S Earbuds provide you with real-time speech-to-speech translation in your ear.

TCL's latest true wireless earbuds are a $120 AirPods alternative


TCL's upcoming true wireless earbuds will cost less than €100 (about $120), the company said today. The MOVEAUDIO S200 offer features you'd hope for in true wireless earbuds, like electronic noise reduction (ENC) to reduce background noise, touch controls, wear detection and Google Assistant and Siri compatibility. Battery life is nothing to brag about here. The MOVEAUDIO S200 only last 3.5 hours on a single charge, but you can stretch that to 23 hours if you use the charging case strategically. As a consolation, the earbuds are IP54 rated, so they'll survive water, dust and sweat.

Panasonic's first true wireless earbuds are now available in the US


Panasonic debuted its first true wireless earbuds back at CES, offering three separate models with a range of features across the trio. The company released two of them in Europe in early June, and now all three are arriving in the US. The Panasonic RZ-S300W and RZ-S500W, along with the Technics EAH-AZ70W are available today, priced at $120, $180 and $250 respectively. At the top end is the Technics EAH-AZ70W ($250). In addition to carrying the badge of the iconic turntable brand, the EAH-AZ70W offers active noise cancellation (ANC), ambient sound mode, touch controls, voice assistant access and an IPX4 splash resistant design.

Panasonic debuts its first true wireless earbuds in Europe


Panasonic's first true wireless earbuds finally went on sale today in Europe. The RZ-S500W offers premium noise cancellation, while the RZ-S300W focuses on size and comfort. While we haven't tried the S300W yet, we got a quick demo of the S500W earlier this year at CES and what we saw left us impressed. The big draw of the larger S500W is Panasonic's "Dual Hybrid" noise cancelling technology. They use feedforward noise cancellation, feedback noise cancellation and analog/digital processing to capture sound outside and inside the earbuds.

Google Pixel Buds review (2020): Truly smart earbuds


But Google has never had a true competitor. Google's 2017 Pixels Buds were Bluetooth, but not completely wireless -- and for the most part they felt incomplete. Back in October, Google announced an updated version of the Pixel Buds ($179) that aren't only true wireless, they pack in even more smart features. Now it's time to find out just how much the company learned from its shortcomings. To get started with a phone that's running Android 6.0 and up, all you have to do is flip open the Pixel Buds case.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 review: top-quality sound with ANC

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Sennheiser's second-generation high-end true wireless earbuds gain noise cancelling and longer battery life to do battle with Sony and Apple. The German firm's first earbuds were some of the best-sounding available. Now Sennheiser hopes its £280 Momentum True Wireless 2 can steal the show once again. The first thing you notice is just how big the earbuds are. Despite being slightly smaller than the previous versions they are still large, shaped like a fez with the eartip projecting out of one corner.

Amazon Echo Buds review: Alexa in your ear with Bose noise reduction

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Amazon's first attempt at a set of true wireless earbuds gets a lot right, with Bose active noise reduction technology and hands-free Alexa. At £119.99, the Echo Buds undercut rivals, some of which cost more than twice as much. Their design is generic: large, kidney-shaped with a glossy touch panel on the outside and a standard silicone eartip on the inside. The eartip supports the earbud with the majority of the rest of the body sitting outside the ear. But the earbuds are large and heavy at 7.6g each, meaning they sit proud of your ear.

Why 2020 is the year you should finally buy true wireless earbuds


Since the first true wireless earbuds were unveiled in 2015 by Japanese electronics company Onkyo, the fledgling form factor has improved in both audio quality and performance – and CES 2020 showed that true wireless technology might finally be ready for the bigtime. In the past, true wireless earbuds were riddled with connectivity issues, poor audio quality, and bulky designs – however, based on what we saw at CES this year, the best true wireless earbuds of 2020 will be able to compete with wired headphones on a much more level playing field. We finally saw the kind of specs we can expect from true wireless earbuds in 2020; from noise cancellation to long-lasting battery life, so here are three reasons why, if you've been holding off, you should consider a pair of untethered earbuds to enjoy your tunes every day. For a while now, true wireless earbuds have typically cost more than their wired counterparts – but CES 2020 showed us this form factor doesn't have to come at a premium. The new JLab Go Air True Wireless Earbuds are a great example of the growing accessibility of cord-free listening; at just $29 / £29 (about AU$40), they're nearly eight times cheaper than the current class-leading model, the Sony WF-1000XM3.

Klipsch T10 True Wireless Earbuds With ANC, Gesture Controls and AI at CES 2020 - Technology News, Reviews and Buying Guides


Klipsch audio technologies, a well-known manufacturer of high-quality sound devices, announced its new products on the eve of CES 2020, including Klipsch T10 True Wireless Earbuds. Theoretically, they are designed to compete with other True Wireless devices like AirPods Pro and Galaxy Buds, but in fact, the device is one step or even two higher. Full specifications were not disclosed, but there is active noise cancellation, gesture control, and even they have an "embedded operating system with integrated artificial intelligence". In general, the creators took the development of T10 True Wireless seriously. And this, by the way, could not but affect the price: it will cost around $649, and sales will start in the fall of this year.

The best weekend deals on Amazon

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You can still get Cyber Monday prices on these popular products this weekend. The holiday season is officially underway, which means obviously, it's the time of year for gift-hunting. You can save a ton of money this weekend by shopping just on Amazon, where you can still get Cyber Monday prices on a variety of cool, top-selling products, from Ninja blenders to affordable earbuds, and more. Here are our five favorite weekend deals. Get a Ninja blender for an insane discount.