The Beats X from Apple / Beats by Dr. Dre are wireless in-ear headphones for mobile use via Bluetooth. Thanks to the built-in W1 chip from Apple, which is also used in the EarPods, pairing with iPhone and other Apple devices is done quickly. Now there is good news for everyone who wants to buy the Beats X: at Amazon the price (for three models) has been reduced to 79 euros; for the white edition to 99 euros. Meanwhile, Apple is sticking to the original 149,95 euros.
Buy Apple Beats X - at a discount
How long or for what number of items the promotion is valid is not stated on the Amazon product page. So if you have always wanted to use Beats X headphones to listen to music, have a telephone system for your iPhone or the latest episode of the jogging Favorite Podcast to hear, he should maybe get hold of it right now. The Beats X in blue, black and gray are reduced to 79 EUR; the model in white costs 99 EUR:
Details about the bluetooth headphones
The Apple you can read up on the details of the Beats X Bluetooth headphones before buying them cheaper on Amazon. Here I have a few important details about the in-ear versions of the Beats by Dr. Dre summarized:
- Up to 8 hours of battery life for long music enjoyment on the go
- Thanks to "Fast Fuel" technology, charge the battery for 2 hours in just 5 minutes
- Flex shape: Flat cable that does not get tangled
- Magnetic earplugs will not slip off your neck if they are not inserted into your ears
- Apple W1 chip: automatic pairing with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Mac nearby (iCloud account and macOS Sierra, iOS 10, watchOS 3 or higher required)
- Noise isolation and clear sound with noise-free bass for high music quality (do not wear when driving or cycling)
- "Wingtips" ensure stability, various ear inserts for comfort
- RemoteTalk (voice control) for music settings, Siri and calls
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