The first entry of Dr. Dre’s headphone label Beats was iconic, and every model to make its break after that had a lot to live up to. The Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones, released in early September 2017 (and in time for the iPhone 8), definitely hits the mark.

Beats Studio 3 Wireless looks the same, but works better !

Beats Studio 3 Wireless

The best feature about the Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones was that even after Apple bought out its makers, it stuck to its familiar design. The Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones have the same Beats insignia we’ve all gotten used to. It comes in the same sleek design as before. It comes in more colors, but other than that, you could mistake it for its predecessor at first glance. Everything looks similar, down to the microUSB charging port. This is good because not everyone who’ll but it owns an iPhone. However, that’s where the similarity ends. The Studio3 has all the latest technology updates that make it an impressive addition to the market.

Beats Studio3 headphones are made to optimize listening experience for long periods of time. They have padded cans to make every listening experience a comfortable one. With their enhanced Bluetooth capabilities, you can walk around any room in the house and still listen to your music. The fast and wide-reaching connectivity comes in handy when your phone is far away.

So far, we know that the Beats Studio3 is comfortable and well-connected. It’s also convenient, running for up to 22 hours on wireless mode and 40 hours if it’s connected via cable. The battery is strong enough for even the longest transatlantic flights. And last but not least, the noise canceling option on these headphones is unbelievable.

Studio3, unlike previous versions, uses ANC to cancel out ambient noise (wind noise too) and allow you to listen to your music background free. They let you enjoy those warm, punchy acoustics without any disturbance.

We will be doing some further tests and comparison with the previous version. So check back on us soon by bookmarking the site.

Beats Studio 3 Wireless
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