Beats has a new addition to its powerhouse line up of wireless headphones. This time they are targeting to market the powerbeats2 to jocks and even hired Lebron James to help them promote powerbeats2. Which has reportedly offered a whooping $30 million! Powerbeats2 still has that powerful bass that beats has known for over the years. A Bluetooth in ear headphone that guaranteed to be water and sweat resistant which are designed perfectly for gym enthusiasts and athletes. It has the basic controls of any wireless headphones should have. Like track skipping, taking incoming calls, volume controls and they give you the option to choose from three different colors, which is black, red and white.
At a retail price of $199.95, I personally think the price is just right. But the real question is, can Powerbeats2 literally beat its counterpart in the market today? I thought Jaybird BlueBuds X Sport has the same features, but what I like about BlueBudsX is that lifetime sweat warranty on its headphones and how good it sounded to my ears. But let’s see if Powerbeats2 can out spar Jaybird Bluebuds X based on its audio performance. I heard that Beats assured its customers that they don’t have to worry about the quality of its audio at all. The men at beats said Powerbeats2 can still deliver their signature beats audio performance .
Everyone knows about beats being sold to apple and the billion dollars deal. Some says that’s why beats can afford to throw $30million on Lebron James. But I think no matter how grandiose or elaborately marketed your headphone is. It all boils down to what kind of feature you are looking for in a headphone. What are your key points in choosing one and what kind of headphones that is available within your price range. If your budget allows you at a very limited price bracket, then better get something that you can definitely say is worth more than you have paid for.