The premium HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless is comfortable, has phenomenal audio quality, sports a whopping 300-hour battery life, and doesn’t cost a fortune. If you’re a PC gamer, this headset is an excellent choice. But if you play on a Mac or Xbox, you’re out of luck.
According to a new rumor, Google may soon be launching the Pixel Buds Pro earbuds. The buds would be the new premium offering on the Pixel buds line, and they may even be poised to take on Apple’s fantastic AirPods Pro earbuds.
While we’ve heard a few reports regarding Sony’s upcoming WH-1000XM5 headphones, we recently received our first big leak revealing plenty of exciting information. Including a sleek new design, substantially longer battery life, enhanced ANC, and more.
Imagine if you could turn all the walls in your home office or garage into speakers. Well, researchers at MIT have developed a new speaker that’s as thin as a piece of paper and so lightweight it can go almost anywhere.
Odds are, you’ve heard of wearables—think fitness trackers, smart clothing, smartwatches, and display glasses. But what about hearables? We have all the info on what they are, who should use them, how they can help you, and where you can get them.
Sennheiser is one of our favorite premium audio brands, so naturally we’re elated to hear that it just released the latest version of its Momentum line—the True Wireless 3 earbuds. The company’s previous version of the buds are still a popular pick, so we’re excited to see what these can do.
Affordable wireless earbuds have come a long way, to the point where a $25 pair of Skullcandy’s can deliver decent audio quality. That’s great news for customers like you and me, but it also means that the bar’s higher than it used to be. And unfortunately, the $53 Wyze Buds fail to reach that bar because of muddy sound quality.
We’re knee-deep in the world of Bluetooth, and the average customer has absolutely zero interest in wired headphones or speakers. Still, they complain about Bluetooth, and I happily complain with them. Bluetooth audio is one of the biggest downgrades in tech history—outside of a few situations, it’s the worst possible alternative to a messy wad of headphone cables.
Your PC gaming setup is incomplete without high-quality audio. And I’m not talking about a pair of headphones—you need immersive sound from a real speaker with deep, bone-rattling bass. That’s the idea behind Razer’s new Leviathan V2 soundbar, a killer desktop speaker and subwoofer set for PC gamers.
Anker’s audio brand, called Soundcore, manages to routinely undercut the competition with its affordable-yet-impressive wireless earbuds. And the company’s latest fare takes things to a new level. The Soundcore Life P3 earbuds cost just $80, but they offer impressive sound quality with stellar bass, solid ANC and Ambient modes, and an app that doesn’t suck.