Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones

Sep 6, 2017

Category: Tech

While we certainly love their style-forward approach, Beats headphones haven’t always offered the best in regards to the tech under the hood. And there’s only so far aesthetics go when the performance isn’t there. Luckily, their most popular line of over-ear ‘phones just got some notable upgrades with the release of their new Studio3 wireless headphones.

Thanks to the inclusion of Apple’s W1 processor chip, this new iteration of wireless headphones offers seamless set-up and switching between your other Apple devices, as well as an upgraded battery life of between 22-40 hours per charge. Though 22 hours might not seem like much, it’s boosted by the fact that that timespan is for all-day fully-featured playback – which includes another big upgrade: Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling. Using real-time audio calibration, this new feature actively blocks out external noise, as well as preserves sound quality and clarity during use. Lastly, these ‘phones also offer quick-charge Fast Fuel tech (which gives you 3 hours of playback per 10-minute charge), Bluetooth connectivity, and a retail price of $350.

Purchase: $350

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