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Comex 2018 highlights

By Team HardwareZone - 9 Sep 2018,12:42pm

Headphones & Speakers - 2

Jaybird

If you're looking for sports headphones, do check out Jaybird's X3 Wireless Sport headphones. These are so small, you can even wear comfortably them under a helmet! They give you eight hours of playtime on a single charge, and are both sweat proof and water resistant to keep up with your every workout. The X3 is going for $149 at the show, down about $70 from the usual price of $215.

You can also check out the Jaybird RUN True wireless sport headphones. These can be customized to sound just the way you want them to thanks to the Jaybird app, and offer up to four hours of listening on a single charge, while the carrying case provides an extra two charges so you have a total of 12 hours of listening on the go.  They’re going for just $229 at the show, down 23% from the usual of $299, and you’ll get a free Jaybird cap. And if you pick up a pair of the silver ones pictured above, you'll get a free pair of movie passes thrown in too!

 

JBL

If you want great sound in the big outdoors, look no further than the JBL Xtreme pictured here. These are splash proof portable Bluetooth speakers that have a high capacity 10,000mAH  battery for up to 15 hours of playtime. They' going for $289.00 instead of the usual of S$399.00 at the show, a savings of more than $100!

Otherwise, there's always the smaller Flip3. This is also splashproof, and has a built-in noise and echo-canceling microphone so you can use it as a speakerphone. As you can see, it's going for $89.00 instead of the usual of $179.00, making it a savings of about $90!

 

Klipsch

Klipsch has their limited edition 70th anniversary R6i in-ear headphones available at the show, and these are going for just $150.00 instead of the usual of $179.00. That's a $20 savings and a great price overall for these in-ears that feature Klipsch's signature reference copper-interlaced round cables.

If a neckband-style headphone is more your thing, look at the R5 neckband here. This has hand-stitched leather on the band, and easy to reach controls. It's IPX4 splash proof and uses aptX for better Bluetooth transmission. It's going at a show special of S$169.00, down $30.00 from the usual price of $199.00.

 

Logitech

Fan of Logitech's gaming headsets? Then you'll be keen to know that the G433 pictured here is going for just $119.00 at the show, a full $40 off the usual price of $159.00. This is a 7.1 surround sound and uses 40mm Pro-G drivers to deliver 3D positional audio.

Otherwise, you can also look at the Artemis Spectrum headsets pictured here. The G633 model is going for just $179.00, down $50 from the usual of $229.00, while the G933 is going for $219.00, down $80 from the usual price! A great deal either way indeed.

 

Plantronics

It's becoming a familiar sight by now, but Plantronics' Backbeat Pro 2 remains one of the better value headsets around. It's going for $249.00, down $50 from the usual of $299.00, a great price for these active noise-canceling headphones that boast a 24hour battery life. Check out our review for more information.

Another good buy, is the BackBeat Go 3 Charge you see here. This is going for just $89.00, almost half the usual price of $169.00, a great deal for these stylish in-ear headphones that have a playtime of up to 6.5 hours. Read up more about these headphones here.

 

Razer

Unleash the Kraken! Not the actual beast, but the gaming headset with 7.1 surround sound to help you detect your enemies every move while you're gaming. This is going for just $119.90 at the show, down about $40 from the usual price of $159.90. 

Yes, Razer's latest desktop speakers are at the show too. And if you don't need the subwoofer of the Nommo Pro, the regular Nommo speakers can be had for just $119.90 at the Cybermind booth. That's a $40 savings off the usual price of $159.90, and so is well worth a look if you're looking to improve your PC's sound.

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