Despite the relatively recent release of both Apple
and Beats-branded "true wireless" headphones
with various modern features in tow, the older, simpler, cord-including BeatsX can still be a smart buy at the right price.
Typically sold for around 100 bucks, the Bluetooth wireless earphones are available at the time of this writing starting as low as $45 in Walmart stores. We're talking actual physical retail locations, with availability and even pricing varying from place to place. Online, Walmart lists the BeatsX at $88.90 in matte silver, but depending on where you live (and your luck), you can reserve that stylish color option for free store pickup at a heavily marked-down rate of 45 bucks.
It goes without saying that you might need to hurry to be able to claim a super-affordable unit of a no doubt very limited batch, sold brand-new and alongside a standard 1-year manufacturer's warranty. Powered by the same Apple W1 chip as the original AirPods generation
, as well as the costlier Powerbeats3
, the BeatsX bring "seamless setup and switching" for your iPhones to the table at an unbeatable price point.
While perhaps not as impressive in terms of audio quality as their siblings and cousins, the BeatsX earphones can last a solid 8 hours between charges, also supporting Fast Fuel technology to give you 2 hours of uninterrupted play after just 5 minutes of charging.
Billed as "fit for your life", the headphones come with a versatile "Flex-Form" cable, a number of eartip options providing "personalized comfort", and an extremely sleek and lightweight overall design. At the end of the day, they're simply too affordable at $45 to not give them a chance to pleasantly surprise you.
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