Available to order now, priced at $169.99 USD, the Beats Studio Buds+ features upgraded Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), a new Transparency mode, call performance and exceptional battery life. Each earbud comes equipped with three new acoustic vents designed to greatly improve audio precision as well as relieve pressure for extended listening sessions.
For those who hate opening up an app or their mobile device to adjust the settings on their wireless earbuds, the JBL Tour PRO 2 aims to make your life easier. These are true wireless earbuds paired with the world’s first smart charging case. Simply tap the 1.45-inch LED touch display to manage music, receive calls, message and view social media notifications in real time.
Priced at $199 USD, the new Google Pixel Buds Pro uses Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) with a custom 6-core audio chip that runs Google-developed algorithms and custom speakers to bring immersive sound that adapts to the listener. Silent Seal helps maximize the amount of noise that’s canceled, while built-in sensors accurately measure the pressure in your ear canal to ensure that you’re comfortable even during long listening sessions.
When you combine noise-cancelling headphones with an air purifier, Dyson Zone is the result. This is Dyson’s first wearable purifier, which is capable of capturing city pollution including gases, allergens and particulate matter, all the while cancelling unwanted noise with advanced noise cancellation.
Apple is set to release a limited edition “Year of the Tiger” Beats Studio Buds model exclusively in China for the Lunar New Year celebration. It will cost approximately 1099 Yuan ($172.39 USD) and be available at Apple Store locations there on January 1st.