Deal of the day: With prices starting at just $79, you can snag a pair of quality true-wireless earbuds for less.
Score a set of Google's true wireless earbuds from as little as $79 with 20% off both the Pixel Buds Pro and Pixel Buds A-Series at a variety of retailers.
Whether you want to listen to music and podcasts privately or need to stay connected with voice calling while on the go, just about everyone can benefit from a pair of everyday wireless earbuds. If you're in the market for a quality pair, check out the 20% savings being offered on both the Google Pixel Buds A-Series and Google Pixel Buds Pro right now.
Pixel Buds Pro are Google's premium wireless earbuds featuring active noise cancelation. They're some of our favorite earbuds, particularly for Android users. CNET's David Carnoy reviewed these earbuds and found the design and fit make this pair a true stand out, explaining such features help to enhance their strong performance on both the sound quality and noise-canceling fronts. They get up to 11 hours of battery life per charge and offer good voice-calling performance. They also sport a transparency mode. Normally $200, you can snag a pair for $160 right now.
The top pick from a budget perspective, though, is the Pixel Buds A-Series. Already an affordable option, a 20% discount sees them fall to just $79 -- their best price of 2023. They offer a shorter 5-hour battery life and don't have the noise canceling available on the Pro model, but they do offer good sound quality for the price and, according to CNET's Pixel Buds A-Series review, can handle voice calling and do "a very good job reducing a lot of background noise during calls."
Both are rated IPX4-rated water-resistant or splash-proof, which means they can handle a little moisture at the gym or weather while on the go. And for Android users, there is also access to Google Assistant for hands-free voice commands. Apple users can make use of either of these Pixel Buds, however they'll lose access to a few key features, which is why we recommend pairing these earbuds with an Android device.
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