What you need to know
- Anker's new Soundcore Life Q30 headphones build on the popularity of the previous model.
- The headphones feature improved active noise cancellation with multiple modes.
- They're available for pre-order now and will ship next month, priced at $79.95.
Anker has announced the new Soundcore Life Q30 wireless headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC) as the company builds on the poplar Life Q20 model. The newly updated headphones are available for pre-order now and will ship next month.
The big new change this time around is an upgraded ANC feature that also includes multiple modes to allow users to get just the right sound.
Users will be able to listen for up to 40 hours with ANC active while that stretches to 60 hours when it's turned off.
Alongside that, the company says we can expect great sound thanks to 40mm silk drivers.
If that all sounds good you can head over to the Soundcore website to place your pre-order. The headphones are available for $79.99 and orders can be returned through January 21, 2021. Perfect for those buying early Christmas gifts!
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