Sennheiser returns with a familiar pair of earbuds, only this time, they're even less expensive. This makes the CX True Wireless an affordable option if you care about sound quality over everything else.
You're not likely to see both a pair of headphones in the box of your newest smartphone nor a 3.5mm headphone jack on the phone. However, if your budget has room for a bargain, you've got some good choices to consider in this list of the best wireless headphones under $100.
Anker comes back with a new pair of headphones in the Soundcore Life Q35, except the word "new" should probably be replaced with something more iterative because there's a whole lot of familiarity here. And that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Good headphones are out there, ready to fill your ears with the kind of sound you're pining for, and that includes voice assistants like Alexa. The Sony WH-1000XM4 is the best of a tightly-contested group because of its penchant for opening things up beyond just Amazon's voice.
The Apple Watch isn't the only smartwatch in town when plenty of other solid choices are available. Of course, sifting through the options takes time, but the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is currently the best of the bunch.
Having a digital assistant while on the go can be really helpful, especially in those moments when your phone might not be easy to grab. One way to simplify that is to access it with some compatible headphones.
Two of the best in the business square off here, and as much as it is about active noise cancelation, it's also about the other things that matter, like sound, battery life, and comfort. So do Sony's WF-1000XM4 beat out Apple's AirPods Pro on all accounts?
It's always nice to see when two of the industry's best take on each other in an audio duel, and the Sony WF-1000XM4 and Bose QuietComfort Earbuds don't disappoint in almost every aspect. That's why it's tough to pick a winner, but one does stand out in the end.
Finding a good USB microphone for a Chromebook isn't as easy as plucking one off a shelf because of the potential compatibility issues, but there are options. We've done the work to find the best plug-and-play options that will ensure you can talk all you want without technical fuss.
Amazon came back for an encore with its second-gen Echo Buds, with a focus on improving fit and audio performance, whereas Google cut a few things down to make the Pixel Buds A-Series compelling budget-oriented earbuds. Who ultimately made the right move?