Save 50% off iBeats By Dre In-Ear Headphones via Neowin Deals

Today on offer via our Gear + Gadgets section of Neowin Deals, you can save 50% off iBeats By Dre In-Ear Headphones. Live the audio dream with Dr. Dre-approved style and top-quality sound.

What's it all about?

Beats By Dre—a name you know, a name you respect, and now a name you can bring home at the price you’ve been waiting for. iBeats are specially crafted to provide the highest quality sound with maximum comfort, and iconic style. Their unique design blocks out unwanted external noise, and the included ear-tips guarantee the perfect fit so you’re sure to get a whole lot more than bragging rights with your new headphones.

  • Enjoy unique high-resolution sound
  • Bask in the glory of deep bass, soaring highs & clean midrange from the exclusive driver design
  • Listen while you exercise thanks to the lightweight, durable body
  • Immerse yourself in a untainted listening experience with the solid metal housing
  • Use ControlTalk’s built-in mic for hands-free calls
  • Get on-cable playback control of your sounds: skip, play, pause, etc.
  • Block out external noise w/ in-ear construction and eartips
  • ?Choose between multiple size ear-tips for a snug fit
  • Also available in white!

How do you benefit?

iBeats By Dre In-Ear Headphones normally retails at $99, but you can pick up this deal for just $49 for a limited time with free shipping thrown in! And if you refer this deal to a friend, you get $10! (below the 'add to cart' button).

Get this deal (Continental US only) or learn more about it.

Not for you?

That's OK, if this offer doesn't interest or apply to you, why not check out our Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Giveaway and other giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also always a bunch of freebies you can check out and pick up here.

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