The Soundcore Motion Boom Plus Bluetooth speaker is an XXL version of the popular Soundcore Motion Boom. The latter could not quite win the price-performance duel against the JBL Xtreme 3 in our test, but not in terms of sound. Is the Soundcore Motion Boom Plus the complete replica of the JBL Xtreme 3?
With the Huawei FreeBuds 5i, the popular wireless in-ear headphones that we often recommend for making calls get a successor. Initially, the new in-ears will only be available on the Chinese market, but let’s take a look at what’s potentially in store for us.
The new Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro come with a unique hybrid driver module and active noise cancellation. This catapults the …
Yet another new budget model. With the Soundcore Life P2i wireless in-ear headphones, Soundcore adds a new model to the Life P2 series (yes, it’s come to that), without any sense or technical innovation, but with a new design.
After some time of use, earwax and dust residues settle in and on (half) in-ear headphones. With the HAGiBiS headphone cleaning pen, you can and should clean the earphones and its charging case regularly, otherwise you will always put “the dirt” back into your ears.
In October 2021, Apple introduced the latest generation of their very popular wireless in-ears: the AirPods 3. They are like a mix of AirPods and AirPods Pro, but continue to rely on the half-in-ear design. You do not have to wait long for clones from China, but this one comes from Lenovo. The Lenovo LP40s were even on the market before the AirPods 3 were released.
Xiaomi has secretly announced their new 3.1 soundbar on social media. It has three speakers with additional tweeters. It also has a subwoofer and Dolby Audio is supported. Cinema sound experience from Xiaomi in the living room?
With the new EDIFIER NeoBuds Pro, the Chinese manufacturer packs quite a bit of technology into their ANC in-ears. Up to 42 dB noise cancellation, high-resolution Bluetooth codecs LHDC & LDAC and hybrid drivers – competition for Soundcore!
In the course of the event for the Redmi Note 11 series, the Redmi Buds 3 Youth Edition was also introduced. Small, inexpensive and with a simple feature set, they seem to take the place of the Redmi AirDots.
With the 1More ColorBduds 2 wireless in-ear, the Chinese manufacturer, which also has a hand in many Xiaomi headphones, has introduced a compact in-ear headphone with aptX Adaptive, app control and ANC.
With the Soundcore Life P2 Mini, ANKER has surprisingly launched a new edition of the popular Soundcore Life P2 in a compact format. Do we have the new top budget model for around 40$ here?
The older Liberty Air 2 don’t have ANCDThe Soundcore Life P3 wireless in-ear headphones are the new “mid-range” headphones from ANKER’s audio division. The new edition offers more luxury features like active noise cancellation, touch sensors & app integration!
aptX headphones, but your notebook or PC does not support the Bluetooth codec? With the 1mii B10 Bluetooth 5 adapter you can easily upgrade the whole thing, even if there is a small catch.
OnePlus is also releasing a Pro version of their Bluetooth in-ears, the OnePlus Buds, to go with their new Nord 2 smartphone. The OnePlus Buds Pro now have active noise cancellation with up to 40 dB, 5 hours of runtime and fast charging. Finally a top headphone from OnePlus?
The electric air pump from Xiaomi pumps up bicycle and car tires and is rightly a very popular product from the manufacturer. Now a successor model is coming onto the market. It has considerably more power and even manages to completely inflate deflated car tires.
With the new ANKER Soundcore Life Q30, the best ANC over-ear headphones for me (after the test) for under $100 has hit the market! Compared to its two predecessors Life 2 and Life Q20, the new Life Q30 has a completely new design and more sophisticated technology.
Amazfit, known for its smartwatches, now offers all kinds of health-related products. Besides a scale, they also include the Amazfit PowerBuds, which now get a Pro version.
With the Tronsmart Studio, a new Bluetooth speaker launches on the market today! Its design inevitably reminds us of the Bose SoundLink Mini II. But can the cheaper speaker also perform similarly in terms of sound?
The AceSound T1 are in-ears from the manufacturer AceFAST. They stand out especially thanks to the low price. Are they worth a look or would you rather keep your hands off them?