The AirPods Pro are one of those Apple products that seem to be always nicely discounted at most retailers. While they’re always hover around $220 (sometimes $215) at many other online retailers. But today, Staples is offering the AirPods Pro for $200, and Amazon is matching that price. That marks a return to the lowest price we can remember., they’ve tended to
Of course, even at $200 these are anything but cheap, but CNET’sexplains why they might be worth the money. On the other hand, if it’s just certain features you want, be sure to check out these .
Indeed, as the Cheapskate, it’s tough for me to recommend Apple’s true wireless earbuds, much as I like them. There are so many less expensive alternatives that are nearly as good. (Find out more about them in the above episode of The Cheapskate Show podcast.) Meanwhile, there’s always the, which might be better than you think.
Note that there are new Apple headphones rumored for the fall, but the so-calledare said to be full-size over the ear models. Whether those will be revealed at the or not is anyone’s guess.
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