Anker sells all manner of affordable, well-received audio gadgets under its Soundcore label: headphones, earbuds, speakers, you name it. Today, several of the company’s most popular Soundcore accessories are on sale on Amazon for as much as $30 off.
Deals include Soundcore Space noise-canceling over-ear headphones for $68.99 (down from $84.49); the Flare+ Bluetooth speaker for $69.99 (from $99.99); the Motion B speaker for $25.19 (from $35.99), and Spirit X sport Bluetooth earbuds for $27.99 (originally $39.99). Read MoreAnker’s Soundcore Bluetooth speakers, earbuds, and headphones are up to $30 off today on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Black Friday seems to have become a season, as we’re seeing more and more “Black Friday” deals in effect well in advance of the day. A lot of them are pretty good, though. For example, right now, Best Buy has the Jaybird X3 Sport wireless earbuds for $59.99, less than half what they originally cost.
While they’re not Jaybird’s latest and greatest, the X3 have pretty much every feature that makes newer Jaybird buds appealing: they sound great, they’re comfortable, and you can tweak the equalizer using the Jaybird app. Read MoreJaybird X3 Sport wireless earbuds are just $60 as part of Best Buy’s early Black Friday sales was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Jaybird released its X4 earbuds not even two weeks ago, but the wireless headphone manufacturer is already back at it. Today, the company announced the Tarah, a new set of athletic earbuds set to retail at $99.99. They’ll be available in three color combinations starting in October.
The Tarah look quite similar to the X4, and by extension, most Jaybird headsets. The main difference seems to be the battery, which is rated for six hours of playback versus the X4’s purported eight. Read MoreJaybird announces $100 Tarah earbuds, available this October was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
A confession: I gave up on my previous pair of Bluetooth earbuds, Jaybird’s own X2, after about a year. It wasn’t their fault; they sounded good, they were comfortable, and the battery lasted long enough. But keeping the things charged (with microUSB, no less — yuck) and juggling connections became a chore. I gave them away and cozied up to a pair of no-name wired buds. Once I got a Pixel 2, I was living the dongle life. Read MoreJaybird X4 review: Great earbuds without much new to offer was written by the awesome team at Android Police.