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Apple AirPods Vs. Sony WF-1000X: Battle Of The Wireless Earbuds

7 days ago   |   By Inquisitr

Wireless earbuds are all the rage now. Apple really kicked off things with the AirPods, released in December of 2016. They have been described as “pretty f***ing cool” by Rolling Stone.
“And while $159 is still a pretty penny to spend on far less than audiophile-grade headphones, it's a bargain for the experience of walking around, totally wire-free, with a personal soundtrack pumped directly into your brain. In a nutshell: pretty fu***cool.”
Late last year, Sony released its WF-1000X wireless earbuds for $199 to compete with Apple. Trusted Reviews gave Sony's entry into the earbud game...
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