Beats by Dre Solo2 Wireless Headphones

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’re sure Apple has huge plans for its recently acquired Beats by Dre brand, and we must say, this is a good start. Beats has taken the most popular headphones on the market, and cut the cords with Beats Solo2 wireless headphones.

Sporting that simple, sleek design that Beats fans love, these headphones use Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect to your favorite devices. Thanks to a built-in, fully rechargeable battery, these on-ear headphones will allow you the ability to listen to your favorite music for up to 12 hours on a single charge. You can also take calls from friends and family, skip songs you don’t want to hear, and even adjust the volume right from the ear cup itself. Of course as with many Beats brand headphones before them, this particular model is offered up in a handful of color options including black, white, blue and even a head turning red exlsuive to Verizon. [Purchase]

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