For the true audio enthusiast, there's a lot of difference between putting on some songs "for background music" and a true listening experience. For the latter, there's nothing like a pair of sturdy headphones and the powerful speakers that come with them. And the wireless variety doesn't get much more powerful than the TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones.
If you know TREBLAB's series of wireless earbuds, you've got the same 4.2 Bluetooth technology here. But these sturdier pieces of tech deliver the same connection with a thicker sound, thanks to the neodymium-backed 40mm speakers and Sound 2.0 tech. AptX and active noise cancellation ensure an immersive listening experience, and the impressive 35 hours of battery life make sure the beat doesn't stop from the first track on your playlist to the last.
Thanks to a price drop, the TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones are $78.99. That's a markdown from the previous sale price of $149.99.
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Security services firm FireEye says two hacker groups known to be sponsored by the Russian government of Vladimir Putin are waging cyber-attacks currently against European government systems.
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