Often when you think about truly wireless earbuds, the first thought is convenience or features at the expense of sound quality or battery life. With the Jabra Elite Active 75t, that formula is flipped on its head completely. And you know what? They’re pretty great.
The FreeBuds aren’t free, but they’re still pretty cheap
As headphone jacks become more and more of an endangered species, wireless audio accessories are stepping into the spotlight. When it comes to truly wireless earbuds, there are a lot of options these days, but Huawei is hoping to stand out from the crowd with its newly announced FreeBuds 3i, offering active noise cancellation at a competitive price.
True wireless earbuds have gotten great over the past several years. The ones you typically hear about are super expensive. Still, there are some great budget options out there, such as the Creative Outlier Air, which offer fantastic battery life, great comfort, and superb sound quality.
Best Overall: Creative Outlier Air
The new Bullets Wireless Z are priced to sell, but they still look pretty dorky
When OnePlus announced the Bullets Wireless Z earlier this week, we already knew we were in for a new generation of the company’s neckbuds. And perhaps the most compelling thing about them is the price: they’re just $50 (free if your pre-ordered a OnePlus 8 or 8 Pro), and you can probably expect the same respectable sound and strong battery life previous generations have offered. But in 2020, neckbuds are decidedly not the kind of audio accessory befitting a $900 smartphone: it’s true wireless or bust, OnePlus, and everyone knows it. Read More