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    High-performance workout earbuds

    Powerbeats Pro, powered by the Apple h2 headphone chip, will revolutionize the way you work out. Built for elite athletes, these true wireless earbuds have no wires to hold you back. The adjustable, secure-fit earhooks are customizable with multiple ear-tip options for extended comfort and are made to stay in place, no matter how hard you go. These lightweight earbuds are built for performance with a reinforced design for IPX4-rated sweat and water resistance, so you can take your workouts to the next level. With up to 9 hours of listening time in each earbud and powerful, balanced sound, you’ll always have your music to motivate you.

    Sound like a pro

    We listened to real athletes with the aim of designing bluetooth earbuds that matched their toughest workouts — and we heard over and over that sound was their top priority. Powerbeats Pro boast powerful, balanced audio thanks to an entirely redesigned acoustic package that delivers pure sound reproduction, enhanced clarity and improved dynamic range. Because great sound starts with proper fit, these earbuds were also crafted with a focus on ergonomic comfort to give you the best listening experience possible.

    Play both sides or just one at a time

    Left, right, or both, enjoy ultimate control over your audio. Each earbud has full volume and track controls so you don’t need your iPhone or other device to adjust your music. Auto Play/Pause sensors know when the earbuds are in your ear, jumpstarting your workouts as soon as you’re ready to go. And with voice-assistant capability on a variety of compatible devices, you can stay in the zone.

    Power. Play.

    Long hours of training? Marathons? Bring it. Each earbud has up to 9 hours of listening time so you can keep your music going. With the charging case, you’ll get more than 24 hours of combined playback. If you’re in need of extra juice, 5-minute Fast Fuel charging gives 1.5 hours of playback when the battery is low.1 To further conserve battery life, Auto On/Off sensors detect when earbuds are idle and automatically enter sleep mode. When you’re ready to use them again, simply put them back in your ears and you’ll be off and running. Now, you can spend less time worrying about charging and more time charging forward.

    Just ask Siri

    Talking to your favorite personal assistant is easier than ever. Simply say “Hey Siri” for voice-activated assistance without having to reach for your iPhone.2 Powered by the new Apple h2 headphone chip, Powerbeats Pro deliver a faster and more stable wireless connection to your devices.3

    Wireless that works

    Powerbeats Pro are ready to go when you are. With Class 1 Bluetooth technology, these bluetooth earbuds offer extended range and fewer dropouts so they stay connected as you keep moving. Each earbud connects independently to your device for better connectivity and freedom of use for music and phone calls. A voice accelerometer and multiple microphones target your voice and filter out external noise. They instantly set up—just open the case and hold near your iPhone—and then automatically connect to your Apple Watch, iPad, or Mac.4

    Find your earbuds

    Need help finding your Powerbeats Pro? When they’re nearby one of your Apple devices, use Find My6 to play a sound to locate them or see your earbuds on a map. If your Powerbeats are lost or missing, the Find My app can still help you track them down using the vast and global Find My network, made up of hundreds of millions of Apple devices. Devices in the Find My network use secure Bluetooth technology to detect your devices nearby and report their approximate location back to you, so you can find them.


    True wireless high-performance earbuds

    Up to 9 hours of listening time (more than 24 hours with charging case)

    Adjustable, secure-fit earhooks for lightweight comfort and stability

    Reinforced design for IPX4-rated sweat and water resistance during tough workouts5

    Volume and track controls on each earbud, voice capability, and Auto Play/Pause

    Powerful, balanced sound with dynamic range and noise isolation

    “Hey Siri” hands-free voice2 and improved connection speed3 via the Apple h2 headphone chip

    Earbuds connect independently via Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts

    With Fast Fuel, a 5-minute charge gives 1. 5 hours of playback when battery is low1

    Enhanced phone call performance and call handling from either earbud

    Keep track of your Powerbeats Pro using Find My6

    What’s in the Box

    Powerbeats Pro True Wireless earbuds

    Charging case

    Eartips with four size options

    Lightning to USB-A charging cable

    Quick start guide

    Warranty card

    Tech Specs

    Height: 0.9 in. / 2.3 cm (bud), 1.7 in. / 4.3 cm (case)

    Length: 2.3 in. / 5.9 cm (bud), 3 in. / 7.7 cm (case)

    Width: 1.5 in. / 3.8 cm (bud), 3 in. / 7.7 cm (case)

    Weight: 11 g (bud), 80 g (case)

    Other Features: Bluetooth, Wireless

    Form Factor: Ear hook, In Ear

    Connections: Bluetooth, Wireless

    Batteries: Rechargeable lithium-ion

  • Compatibility

    iPhone Models

    • iPhone 14 Pro
    • iPhone 14 Pro Max
    • iPhone 14
    • iPhone 14 Plus
    • iPhone 13 Pro
    • iPhone 13 Pro Max
    • iPhone 13 mini
    • iPhone 13
    • iPhone SE (3rd generation)
    • iPhone 12 Pro
    • iPhone 12 Pro Max
    • iPhone 12 mini
    • iPhone 12
    • iPhone 11 Pro
    • iPhone 11 Pro Max
    • iPhone 11
    • iPhone SE (2nd generation)
    • iPhone XS
    • iPhone XS Max
    • iPhone XR
    • iPhone X
    • iPhone 8
    • iPhone 8 Plus
    • iPhone 7
    • iPhone 7 Plus
    • iPhone 6s
    • iPhone 6s Plus
    • iPhone SE (1st generation)

    iPad Models

    • iPad Pro 12. 9-inch (6th generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation)
    • iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (4th generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation)
    • iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation)
    • iPad Pro 10. 5-inch
    • iPad Pro 9.7-inch
    • iPad Air (5th generation)
    • iPad Air (4th generation)
    • iPad Air (3rd generation)
    • iPad Air 2
    • iPad (10th generation)
    • iPad (9th generation)
    • iPad (8th generation)
    • iPad (7th generation)
    • iPad (6th generation)
    • iPad (5th generation)
    • iPad mini (6th generation)
    • iPad mini (5th generation)
    • iPad mini 4

    Mac Models

    • MacBook Air (15-inch, M2, 2023)
    • MacBook Air (13-inch, M2, 2022)
    • MacBook Air (M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13‑inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018 – 2019)
    • MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2015 – 2017)
    • MacBook Air (11-inch, Early 2015)
    • MacBook Pro (13‑inch, M2, 2022)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, M1, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020)
    • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016 – 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Late 2012 – 2015)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2023)
    • MacBook Pro (14‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2023)
    • MacBook Pro (16‑inch, 2021)
    • MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016 – 2019)
    • MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2012 – 2015)
    • MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015 – 2017)
    • iMac (24-inch, M1, 2021)
    • iMac (Retina 4K, 21. 5‑inch, 2019)
    • iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017)
    • iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, Late 2015)
    • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2019–2020)
    • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017)
    • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014 – 2015)
    • iMac Pro (2017)
    • Mac Studio (2023)
    • Mac Studio (2022)
    • Mac mini (2023)
    • Mac mini (M1, 2020)
    • Mac mini (2018)
    • Mac mini (Late 2014)
    • Mac Pro (2023)
    • Mac Pro (2019)
    • Mac Pro (Late 2013)

    Apple Watch Models

    • Apple Watch Series 8
    • Apple Watch SE
    • Apple Watch Ultra
    • Apple Watch Series 7
    • Apple Watch Series 6
    • Apple Watch Series 5
    • Apple Watch Series 4
    • Apple Watch Series 3
    • Apple Watch Series 2
    • Apple Watch Series 1

    Apple TV Models

    • Apple TV 4K (3rd generation)
    • Apple TV 4K (2nd generation)
    • Apple TV 4K (1st generation)
    • Apple TV HD

    iPod Models

    • iPod touch (7th generation)



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Beats Powerbeats Pro review: Bulkier than AirPods, but with better sound

I’ll lay it right out there: The degree to which you’ll like the Powerbeats Pro, Beats’ first true wireless earphones, will depend largely on how well they fit your ears. If you get a comfortable, snug fit with a tight seal from one of the four different sized included silicon tips, you’ll probably love these headphones and feel OK about dropping $200 on them. End up with something less than that and you may question their worth.

I came close to getting a great fit. I would rate it between a B+ and A-. The issue wasn’t one of security; I never had to worry about them falling off. With a few tweaks to the iconic earhooks — they’re bendable — the Powerbeats Pros were essentially clipped onto my ears. I shot some hoops with them on and I suspect that they’d stay on even if I was capable of, say, a 360-degree slam dunk. (Alas, I am not.)

Read more: The best true wireless headphones you can buy in 2020

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The Powerbeats Pro in black.

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My little problem: Even with the largest ear tips (yes, they’re large but not quite large enough), my ear canal wasn’t completely sealed off, so more ambient noise leaked in than I would have liked and sound quality was impacted in noisier environments — like on the subway or the streets of New York. I was in the minority, however. I had CNET colleagues who were able to get a tight seal and not only really liked the fit but were immediately impressed with the sound.

These did fit me better and more comfortably than the earlier Powerbeats3 Wireless, which — unlike the Pro — have a wire connecting the left and right earbud. And, in fact, the Powerbeats Pro have been engineered to be compatible with a higher percentage of ears than past Powerbeats. That’s because Beats, which is owned by
, refined their exterior design. According to Beats, the Powerbeats Pro are 23% smaller than the Powerbeats3 and 17% lighter. They’re not rated as being fully waterproof, but they are sweat- and water-resistant. With an IPX4 certification, they can be splashed from any direction but could fail if sprayed with a sustained jet of water or are fully submerged. 

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The Powerbeats Pro will initially ship in black, with other colors (white, navy and moss) available later this summer.

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One thing that’s definitely not compact is the charging case. Although it isn’t heavy, it’s a good three to four times times the size of the
 charging case. It’ll leave a pretty big bulge in your pocket, so you’ll probably want to leave it in a bag or locker at the gym. Considering these cost $200, it would have been nice if Beats had thrown in a protective pouch to carry them around in for those times you want to leave the charging case behind.

Read more: 9 tips a tricks to master Beats’ completely wireless earbuds

It’s also worth noting that the case doesn’t offer wireless charging, as the new AirPods Wireless Charging Case does. However, it does charge via an included Lightning cable, which is better than Micro-USB. Beats’ earlier BeatsX also charged via Lightning.

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The Powerbeats Pro case compared to the AIrPods case.

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Big sound upgrade from AirPods

Beats says these guys use new upgraded piston drivers that are supposed to cut down on distortion. They sound significantly better than the original AirPods, which isn’t that high a bar to clear, but the Powerbeats Pro deliver richer, cleaner sound with bass that’s not only much bigger but tighter. As I said, a full seal is crucial to maximizing sound quality with these types of noise-isolating headphones, so if the tips aren’t sitting snugly in your ear canals you can lose some bass.  

In contrast, the AirPods have an “open” design and sit more loosely in your ears (though the newer AirPods Pro feature a noise-isolating design). They let in a lot more ambient noise as a result. Assuming you get that good seal, the Powerbeats Pro would be much better for, say, listening on an airplane than the AirPods, for instance.

The knock against Beats headphones used to be that they were too bass-heavy and that the bass was boomy and lacked definition. The Powerbeats Pro also accentuate the bass, but I didn’t have a problem their bass performance. In fact, the bass is one of these reasons you’d buy this over something like the AirPods or Jabra’s Elite 65t (or the Elite Active 65t). But I did notice some treble push — sometimes referred to as presence boost — that can make them sound a tad too bright with certain tracks. The BeatsX had the same issue, and while it may not be something regular people will be too perturbed about, audiophiles will probably take issue.

The Powerbeats Pro’s sound is going to compare favorably with most other premium true wireless models, which can sound quite decent but ultimately don’t measure up to a good set of wired earphones. That said, I thought the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless, which retails for $300, sounded better. It’s just a little more detailed and smoother sounding. Likewise, the UA True Wireless Flash by JBL sound as good as the Powerbeats Pro for about $40 less. However, the Powerbeats have some advantages over both, including much better battery life. 

Thanks to their larger design compared to the AirPods, Apple and Beats engineers have been able to incorporate a larger battery. The Powerbeats Pro are rated at 9 hours for music listening compared to 5 hours for the AirPods, and the charging case delivers 15 extra hours of juice. With the quick-charge feature, a 5-minute charge gets you an hour and a half of playback while a 15-minute charge will get you four and a half hours. The headphones automatically turn off when you drop them in the case and will go to sleep if you leave them sitting on a table.

Apple’s h2 chip on board

Like the AirPods, these also have Apple’s new h2 chip that supports Bluetooth 5. That means Apple users get the same fast-pairing feature and always-on
that allows you to activate Siri by just saying, “Hey, Siri,” rather than touching a button. You can ask Siri to raise and lower the volume, and
Apple Music
users can tell Siri to skip tracks forward and back.

Needless to say, Siri features only work with Apple devices, but there’s some good news for Android users: There are buttons on the earpieces that give you control of playback and volume levels. I thought they worked well during my two days of playing around with the product. Each earpiece has the same buttons, so you can control playback from either earpiece.

If you look closely, you’ll see that there are optical sensors built into the buds. They detect whether you have the buds in your ears or have removed them, so your music will automatically pause and resume. Like the AirPods, each bud can be used independently of the other, so if you want to go with one bud — left or right — you can.

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Sarah Tew/CNET

The AirPods are great for making calls, and Apple’s engineers have brought some of the same technology to the Powerbeats Pro. There are two beam-forming microphones in each earpiece, along with a speech-detecting accelerometer that helps pick up your voice better — whether it’s for phone calls or talking to Siri. And like the second-generation AirPods, these are supposed to do a better job filtering out external sounds such as wind and ambient noise during calls.

I thought they worked as well and maybe even better than the AirPods for making calls because they don’t have an open design that allows sound to leak in (that makes them better for noisier environments). Callers said I sounded clear and they didn’t have trouble hearing me when I made calls from the streets of New York.

Worth the price?

People have gotten used to spending $300-$350 on a pair of full-size noise-cancelling headphones, but $200 seems like a lot to spend on a set of true-wireless earbuds, particularly with the second-generation AirPods starting at $130 for the version with the standard charging case. However, as I said, if the Powerbeats Pro fit you well, you’re going to be quite happy with them.

Yes, their large charging case is a notable drawback. But the combination of incorporating all the features that make the AirPods great while delivering richer sound and better battery life, in a design that won’t fall out of your ears, is ultimately a winning proposition. Just make sure you buy them somewhere that has a good return policy in case you’re in the small minority that has ears that aren’t quite a match for them.    

First published May 2019

“The current meta is all about counter picks and winning lines” – Escorenews

Gaming and Esports News

Dota 2

Professional player Khaled “sQreen” El-Habbash criticized the current Dota 2 meta. In his opinion, the team that better defends its lines wins games now. He wrote about this in a personal group on VKontakte.

Some kind of stupid meta is now in DotA. It all comes down to counter-picks and winning lines – in 90% of cases, such a team wins the game. Offlane Razor, OD, Viper are not the most interesting heroes. I hope they will return the classic Dota in the next patch, where, in addition to the lines, there is still a macro game after the tenth minute. And ideally, so that roaming would be returned from zero, and it would also be possible to pick heroes that are useful in the game, and not with one button, to win on the line, collect items and snowball.

Take a cue from Fortnite. Dota 2 fan didn’t like the new battle pass

The last major update for Dota 2 was released at the end of October. Then a new character Marci appeared in the game, Magnus was weakened and other balance changes were made. When Valve plans to release the next patch is still unknown.

On December 15, the developers added a new battle pass to the game and launched a new event “Aghanim’s Labyrinth: Sorcerous Continuum”. During the event, users will have to unite in groups of four and go through the catacombs together.

A bug was found in Aghanim’s Labyrinth that breaks the game

Other news

2023-05-29 10:08:00 SQreen: “Team Secret looks like a lower division team”

2023-05-02 09:42:00 SQreen on discipline issues at BetBoom: “Why the hell are you making concessions and putting up with it?”

2023-05-01 18:02:00 SQreen: “I suggest that Spirit and BetBoom take me as a coach. The problem of drafts and team morale will be solved immediately”

2023-04-27 19:23:00 SQreen: “It feels like Invictus Gaming is the new Team Knights, we need to check it out”


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