Doorbuster deal makes little-known Lenovo Yoga ANC headphones far too cheap to ignore

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Doorbuster deal makes little-known Lenovo Yoga ANC headphones far too cheap to ignore
Did you know that Lenovo sells headphones (under both its popular ThinkPad and Yoga brands) in addition to Android handsets and tablets, as well as Windows-powered laptops and desktop computers? Well, it's time you found out, as the noise-cancelling Yoga Active cans are currently available for an incredibly low $79.99.

That's down from a $149.99 list price for a presumably limited time only, and given the advanced age of these always-affordable on-ear bad boys, we definitely wouldn't rule out this killer "doorbuster" deal ending soon with the product's official discontinuation.

Lenovo Yoga Active Noise Cancellation

On-Ear Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, Hybrid ANC, Advanced ENC, Six Microphones, Dual Bluetooth Device Connectivity, Multi-Layered Memory Foam Ear Cups for Extended Comfort, Up to 14 Hours of Battery Life, Fast Charging, Mica Color
$79 99
$149 99
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Obviously, you won't have to bust any physical doors to claim the massive 46 percent (or $70) discount through Lenovo's US e-store, but you will need to be okay with a love-it-or-hate-it "Mica" colorway as the "Shadow Black" flavor costs $119.99 at the time of this writing after a significantly humbler $30 markdown.

Because what lies on the inside should be far more important for a cash-strapped wireless headphones buyer than a coat of paint, the six microphones built into the Lenovo Yoga Active Noise Cancellation and their solid 14-hour battery life rating will probably put a big smile on your face.

There aren't a lot of contenders for the title of best budget wireless headphones right now that can do active noise cancellation, mind you, and incredibly enough, these puppies also offer hard-to-rival versatility in that crucial department, allowing users to switch between ANC and ENC (environmental noise cancellation) depending on your mood and exactly how connected you want to stay to your surroundings while listening to music.

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By no means true rivals for the likes of Apple's AirPods Max or Sony's WH-1000XM5 powerhouses in terms of audio performance, the Yoga ANC also come with Dolby-tuned 40mm neodymium drivers, which sound pretty great... for under 100 bucks as well. Now how have we not heard of this product before?

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