I know what you’re thinking: “Great 😕 … another pair of in-ear headphones”. Fear not, the EP-B40 by AUKEY are not just another average, budget friendly pair of “wireless” in-ear’s – no no. These earbuds have a few tricks in their wires to make them stand out from the crowd.
Phone battery capacities are finally on the rise again. Gone are the days of the “thinnest phone in the world”, manufacturers are finally listening to buyers who want to be able to use their phones un-tethered from a plug! Regardless of this, “all day battery” still seems to be just out of reach (dependent on your usage). That’s where power banks come in handy. Large capacity, portable batteries capable of charging your phone multiple times, keeping you on-the-go. Finally, I’ve managed to get my hands on a power bank that doesn’t require me to carry around an extra cable, just to keep it charged up. The AUKEY PB-N36 is a portable battery pack, containing 20,000mAh of battery inside it, can be charged by either a Micro-USB or a Lightning cable!
A few weeks back, after having reviewed both the SoundPEATS Q29 and the SoundPEATS B30, the guys at SoundPEATS reached out and asked if I’d like to review their Q30 headphones. The Q30’s are essentially a merger of the aforementioned Q29 and B30 headphones, being wireless on the most part, but retaining a single wire between the two individual earbuds.
Whilst wireless earbuds/headphones are the next big thing that every brand, marketer and purchaser is jumping on board for, there are still times where a pair of good old wired earbuds come in handy. No need to charge, no need to pair – sometimes simple plug-and-play is needed! Keeping a cheap yet decent quality pair of wired earbuds close-by for when your wireless headphones need to charge is a sensible thing to do. Enter: The SoundPEATS B30 Upgraded Edition.