Beats Studio3 Bluetooth Apple W1 Chip Headphones

Apple has released Beats Studio3, a new Bluetooth Apple W1 chip headphones. Using the built-in chip the headphones deliver an ultra long playtime between charges. Need more features? Let’s keep checking.

Beats Studio3 Bluetooth Apple W1 Chip Headphones

The Studio3 is a pair of high-performance wireless headphones that measures 7.2 inches (184cm) in height and weighs 9.17 oz (260g). As we can see from the images, the on-ear headphones feature an elegant and stylish appearance design along with 6 optional colors to fit for every listener. Meanwhile, the soft over-ear cushions not only add some fashionable aesthetics, but also feature advanced venting and signature ergonomic pivoting for a custom and flexible fit for different users.

Beats Studio3 Bluetooth Apple W1 Chip Headphones

Beats Studio3 uses Class 1 Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet for a stable wireless audio transmission in an extended range. Same as Beats Solo3, the headphones are powered by an Apple W1 chip, so you can get up to 22 hours of playtime on a single charge. When Pure ANC turns off, its low power mode delivers up to 40 hours of audio playback without sacrificing audio quality. For iOS 10 and iOS 11 users, the headphones also allow you to seamlessly switch between iCloud-registered devices.

Furthermore, Beats Studio3 features Pure ANC (adaptive noise cancelling) that continuously pinpoints and blacks ambient noise based on different listeners and music playback. Moreover, an included RemoteTalk cable with inline controls let you answer handsfree calls with ease.

Beats Studio3 Bluetooth Apple W1 Chip Headphones

Beats Studio 3 Bluetooth Apple W1 chip headphones are priced at $349.95 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Beats Amazon shop for its more details.

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