Awesome new deal drops Apple's AirPods Pro into impulse buy territory... again
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With the high-end AirPods Pro unveiled back in the fall of 2019 and the non-Pro second-gen AirPods commercially released earlier that same year, it's hard to know for sure when Apple might be planning to bring its next-gen true wireless earbuds to light.
Whenever that will happen, the Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to add active noise cancellation functionality to its "regular" AirPods 3, which could make it quite difficult for the AirPods Pro 1 to continue justifying their $249 retail price.
Galaxy Buds Pro at various major US retailers in both new and refurbished condition.On the bright side, the industry-leading noise-cancelling buds have been deeply discounted more often than not over the last few months, frequently undercutting Samsung's hot new
The latest deal is... not the best there ever was, failing to eclipse even a special offer available just a few weeks ago on Amazon. But the e-commerce giant currently has nothing on... its own subsidiary, which sells brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged AirPods Pro units at $189.99 a pair for 24 hours only.
Apple. In other words, these are just as good as the same products sold by everyone from Apple itself to Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target at higher prices ranging from $200 to $250 right now.Woot is ready to give Amazon Prime members free standard shipping, while all buyers are also eligible for a full 1-year warranty provided by none other than
Of course, there is a possibility that bigger than $60 discounts will be offered again in the near future, but bargain hunters may want to be safe rather than sorry and pull the trigger here before it's not too late.
In addition to active noise cancellation, the AirPods Pro have stellar audio quality going for them, as well as flawless connectivity and... decent battery life. Can you do better than these puppies if you're a proud iPhone owner? Probably not, at least for the time being.