Best Buy discounts Google Pixel Buds for Father’s Day
For Father’s Day, Best Buy is discounting both versions of the Google Pixel Buds – Pixel Buds a-series and Pixel Buds Pro. Currently, the Pixel Buds a-series are discounted to $79, while the Pixel Buds Pro are now $159.99. That’s going to save you $20 and $40 respectively.
This also makes these some of the cheapest, but good, truly wireless earbuds. So definitely a good time to pick them up.
The Google Pixel Buds A-Series and Pixel Buds Pro are two of the best wireless earbuds on the market. They offer great sound quality, comfortable fit, and a variety of features that make them a great choice for anyone looking for a new pair of earbuds.
The Pixel Buds A-Series are the more affordable option, but they still offer a lot of value. They have a snug and secure fit, thanks to their flush-to-ear design and three included eartip sizes. They also have touch controls that let you answer calls, play, pause, and skip between tracks easily. And thanks to their IPX4 water resistance rating, you don’t have to worry about them getting wet in the rain or from sweat.
The Pixel Buds Pro offer a more premium experience, with features like active noise cancellation, transparency mode, and spatial audio. Active noise cancellation uses microphones to detect and cancel out ambient noise, so you can focus on your music or podcast without being interrupted. Transparency mode lets you hear what’s going on around you without taking your earbuds out. And spatial audio creates a surround sound experience that makes you feel like you’re right in the middle of the action.
Both the Pixel Buds A-Series and Pixel Buds Pro are great choices for anyone looking for a new pair of wireless earbuds. The Pixel Buds A-Series are a great option for budget-minded buyers, while the Pixel Buds Pro offer a more premium experience.
Here is a table that summarizes the key features of the two models:
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