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Beats Powerbeats Pro true wireless headphones are $50 off at Amazon today

Amazon has marked down the Beats Powerbeats Pro true wireless headphones by $50 as we speak. At $199.95, it matches one of the best worth we’ve seen up to now for this mannequin, which ranks as our best choice in case you’re in search of a set of wi-fi earphones.

The Powerbeats Pro work particularly nicely with Apple merchandise, as they use the H1 wi-fi chip for hands-free “Hey Siri” performance, they will swap between paired Apple units, they usually cost through Lightning, like all present iPhones. Additionally, The Verge’s Chris Welch picked them over different opponents, like the newest Apple AirPods and Jabra’s 65t, due to their superior match, consolation, battery life, and extra.

What makes this deal even higher than others that we’ve seen is that Amazon is together with all 4 colours within the sale, and no supply code is required.

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