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Apple AirPods are gorgeous wireless headphones. Just take them out and they’re ready to use with all your devices. Put them in your ears and they connect instantly. Speak into them and your voice sounds clear.

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Pavan Sethi
I always have them in and they are so comfortable that I've gotten into the shower THREE TIMES this week with them on.
Veselin
I always have 'em on!
Justin Scheetz
Definitely one of Apple's most "magical" products. Got the good feels all around when I used them for the first time, and even still after many months of using them almost daily.
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TechCrunch
The next version of the Apple TV automatically adds AirPods to the available speakers. According to reports, Apple is making the process as easy as possible. Clearly someone on the Apple TV team shares Doug's late night Wheel of Fortune viewing habit. This function makes sense.
The Wirecutter
What we can tell you is which sets are the better options right now, and what they offer in terms of pros and cons. Depending on how you plan to use your headphones, we have picks for iPhone/iOS users, budget-oriented folks, those who prioritize sound above other features, fitness buffs, and Samsung users.
43 Alternatives to Apple AirPods

Put the outside world on hold – this is all about you and your music. No noise, no wires, no distractions. Just exceptional sound, industry-leading noise cancellation, and hour upon hour of pure listening freedom.

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Engadget
The WF-1000XM3 will last around six hours with noise canceling, and eight hours without the feature. There's also a new case that provides three additional charges. And if you end up draining them completely, you can juice them up in 10 minutes for 90 minutes for listening time.
Gizmodo
Sony showed up early to the truly wireless noise-canceling party in 2017, and now the company has an exciting new update: the WF-1000XM3 truly wireless earbuds. They cost $230 and look like some silly mini version of the company's popular WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones. That's kind of the point, too.
Mashable
Sony's ruffled some feathers in the world of noise cancelling headphones with its latest top model, the WH-1000XM3, and now the company has shrunk the same tech to create a pair of wireless earbuds called the WF-1000XM3. Barring the inexplicably similar name, the new buds are very different from the WH-1000XM3, which are classic over-the-ear cans.
TechCrunch
I've got a 16 hour flight coming up in about a week, so I'm hoping our review units come through before then. For now, my time with the WF-1000XM3 has been limited to a few minutes in a conference room, but so far I like what I've heard.
The Verge
Sony's inaugural pair of true wireless earbuds, the WF-1000X, didn't stand out among the competition when they hit the market in 2017. They were plagued by some of the common stumbles of first-generation earbuds with no cable between them - connection dropouts, audio delay when watching video, and so-so battery life - and the promised noise cancellation fail… See more
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Firefly is an unparalleled pair of wireless earphones that come with exceptional fast charge, ambient sound, Bluetooth 5.0, graphene sound, voice-controlled AI, perfect ear fit and lasts up to 16 Hrs.

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Forbes
Most gadget nowadays are manufactured in Shenzhen, the southern Chinese city that grew from a fishing village to hardware capital of the world in a decade. But before Shenzhen's rapid rise, Hong Kong had its own electronic manufacturing scene too.
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