Beats Is Making Your Christmas Merrier by Dropping the Studio Buds Down to $100


Beats Studio Buds

Apple-owned Beats released the Beats Studio Buds earlier this year, with the earbuds gaining quite a bit of popularity among enthusiasts and audiophiles.

The earbuds are now available for a decent bargain, with Walmart selling the Beats Studio Buds for just $99.99, at least as of the time of writing this article. The store is also offering all three hues of the earbuds, so you do not have to compromise on the colour option for a discount.

These earbuds are normally available for $149, with these earbuds becoming rather popular for users looking to enjoy a  truly wireless music listening experience, along with the trusty USB Type-C charging.

Beats’ Studio Buds are Down to $100!

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Walmart does not reveal when the price will rise to the regular $149, meaning that if you are interested, you should get the earbuds as soon as possible.

In terms of the key differences, the Studio Buds offer a different, but compact design in comparison to Powerbeats Pro. These buds also do not employ the services of ear hooks and they do away with the generic stem design.

Coming to the specifics, the Studio Buds feature active noise cancellation, IPX4 water as well as sweat resistance, and can last for up to 5 hours on a single charge, with noise cancellation on.

With ANC or Active noise cancellation turned off, the buds can stretch out to provide 8 hours of continuous use. The buds also have USB-C based charging, but there is no support for wireless charging.

In other news, the company recently announced its latest limited edition neckband, with a black-on-black Beats Flex model which has been made in partnership with Fragment Design.

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Fragment founder Hiroshi Fujiwara, according to Complex said this about the new earbuds.”My personal headphone preference is Beats Flex, as I like the lightweight neckband for listening to music. I hope people can wear and use this on a daily basis.”

Similarly, the PowerBeats Pro Fragment edition features a black-on-black hue with the branding consisting of a control module with the Fragment logo and FRGMT written.

The Beats Flex, for anyone curious, is the successor to the Beats X wireless earbuds, with the Flex featuring Apple’s W1 chip, USB-C based connectivity, improved sound and 12-hours of battery life.

Moreover, Apple’s W1 chip allows for quick syncing with iOS devices and Audio Sharing, with the earbuds available for just $69.99, with Flex being the all-day wireless earbuds from the brand.

Beats Flex is a follow up to the Beats X wireless earbuds and features a W1 chip, 12-hour battery, USB-C connectivity and improved acoustics. W1 integration enables quick syncing with iOS devices and support for Audio Sharing.

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