Anker’s higher recognized for its cellular battery equipment, however these days it has been making a critical push into the headphone market. It is promoting two new completely wi-fi headphones, the Zolo Liberty and Zolo Liberty Plus, that respectively retail for $100 (£70 or about $AU130 transformed) and $150 (£110 or about $AU190 transformed). They’re each fairly good however not fairly adequate to make you neglect concerning the AirPods or Jabra’s Elite 65t.
These are noise isolating buds and from a design standpoint aren’t so totally different from Jaybird’s Run headphones and Bragi’s entry-level The Headphone.
What’s totally different concerning the Plus? Effectively, for starters it is obtained a bit of little bit of a premium feel and appear to it. I obtained an early hearken to it shortly earlier than Anker launched an Indiegogo marketing campaign for it final summer time (2017), with early-bird pricing set at lower than $100. From what I noticed and heard, it appeared like deal on the time, however after utilizing the ultimate product for a couple of weeks, I am much less smitten by it at $150, particularly after the brand new Jabra hit the market.