Razer's first noise-canceling headphones pack THX-certified sound, some handy EQ presets, 25-hour battery life, and a $200 price tag, making the "Opus" a solid, feature-loaded start.
There are a dizzying number of headphones out there. Combined with different types and use cases available, there's an endless selection to pick from. That's where this buying guide comes in, which is based on professional reviews, user comments, and our own experiences. We've updated our best headphones selection to recognize the latest technology, trending choices and combined overlapping categories (wireless goes mainstream!).
The choice of PC speakers has evolved accordingly from standard systems to more audiophile oriented monitors and practical yet refined solutions covering all price segments. We've done the dirty work of researching a wide range of PC speaker offerings to bring you the best options in five major categories.
I was bitten by the audiophile bug at a relatively young age, however I never got around to exploring the ins and outs of audio equipment as console gaming, computers and photography consumed much of my free time over the past two decades. Recently, however, an opportunity to further tinker with my sound system presented itself and I couldn't pass it up.
Beats announces Solo Pro, a $300 set of on-ear headphones with noise cancellation and "Hey Siri" support
The new Jaybird Vista earbuds are aimed at runners and athletes with IPX7 certification and 6 hours of continued playback (10 additional hours from the case). Certain features are missing, but they don't seem to detract much from the overall experience.
It's a common misconception that cost is directly related to how useful a device is. This article focuses on supporting accessories -- devices that improve the use of other gadgets, enhance your life or minimize inconveniences. In some instances, they're outright essential.