Beats' Studio3 adds the W1 chip and gives its noise cancelling tech a big upgrade

Their most famous headphone gets an internal overhaul.
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Beats by Dre Studio3 Wireless

Beats is giving their Studio3 headphone a major upgrade in the noise cancelling department with the addition of Pure Active Noise Cancelling. The feature actively reads your surroundings to block out any noise and it uses real-time audio calibration to give you the best sound possible. They've also added Apple's W1 chip to simplify the pairing process and battery life is getting a boost with up to 22 hours of wireless playback and a Fast Fuel feature that lets you get 3 hours of battery life from just a ten minute charge.

$349, apple.com

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