What you need to know
- Beats and fragment design have teamed up to create a special edition Powerbeats Pro combo.
Beats today announced a new collaboration with fragment design that has resulted in the only Powerbeats Pro you should be looking to buy. The new black-on-black design looks stunning.
If you'e looking at picking up a pair of Powerbeats Pro, you need to check this color out before placing any orders.
There might already be a black pair of these earbuds, but they don't have the same pizazz as this new collab.
You can't really argue with that.
Fragment Design x Beats dropping on 1/29 at 9AM PST. ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/Hg3H66EQNlFragment Design x Beats dropping on 1/29 at 9AM PST. ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/Hg3H66EQNl— Beats by Dre (@beatsbydre) January 25, 2021January 25, 2021
Set to go on sale on Apple's website on January 29, the new Powerbeats Pro colorway will presumably sell for the same $199.95, although that hasn't been explicitly confirmed so far.
On the inside, these ar estill the same Powerbeats Pro we all know and love.
You'll be able to buy these earbuds from January 28.
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