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Bowers & Wilkins Launches Next-Gen Wireless Earbuds

Bowers & Wilkins Launches Next-Gen Wireless Earbuds

Bowers & Wilkins, the iconic British high-end audio manufacturer, has just released the Pi7 S2 and Pi5 S2, an updated version of the company’s original pair of true wireless earbuds. The main difference between the two generations of earbuds is increased connectivity functions and battery life. Run times between charges for the two span 5 hours with the Pi7 S2 case holding an extra 16 hours of charge and the Pi5 S2 case holding 19 hours. The Pi7 S2 and the Pi5 S2 are available now and retail for $399 and $299 respectively.

In other news, those who work at Walmart can expect pay raises in the next week. The retail giant has just announced that it will increase starting salaries to $14 to $19 an hour up from $12 to $18. This decision will result in an average pay bump for Walmart employees working in retail from $17 to $17.50 an hour. The move comes amid a tight hiring market for low-wage retail employees, with need for the position remaining strong despite the nation’s economic struggles.

Lastly, Sony has announced that in March it will be bringing to market the new BH-series and CH-series of crystal LED TVs. Designed to be used in retail or commercial settings, these new crystal LED TVs are brighter and more cost-conscious than their predecessors.

In regards to the product, Rich Ventura, Vice President of Professional Display Solutions at Sony, said in the company’s press release: “With the launch of the BH- and CH-series, we’ve made Crystal LED more accessible by giving our customers cost-conscious options that inherit similar premium image quality, grandeur and dependability along with increased installation flexibility.”


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