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Posted October 13: Pre-Order the Xbox 20th Anniversary Special Edition Headset Now in Canada

Celebrate two decades of Xbox with limited edition gear from Microsoft, where the Xbox 20th Anniversary Special Edition Headset is now available to pre-order in Canada.

Originally unveiled on October 7 alongside the 20th Anniversary Controller, this limited edition headset commemorates the 20th anniversary of Xbox and features a translucent black design with silver internals and green accents to pay homage to the OG Xbox console.

The headset is functionally identical to the standard Xbox Stereo Headset and compatible with Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and devices with a 3.5mm headphone jack. For reference, the $79.99 price is a $5.00 premium over the generic Xbox Stereo Headset.

The Xbox 20th Anniversary Special Edition Headset is scheduled for release on November 15 and qualifies for free shipping from the Microsoft Store.


Posted September 22: Pre-Order New 2021 Surface Devices, Including the Surface Pro 8, Surface Go 3, Surface Laptop Studio + More

Get first dibs on the latest tech from Microsoft, where their new 2021 Surface devices are now available to pre-order in Canada.

Originally unveiled on September 22, there are four new devices available to pre-order and we've listed each one below, along with Canadian pricing and a brief description of each one.

Surface Duo 2 - Starting at $1899.99

  • The Surface Duo 2 is the successor to the Surface Duo, Microsoft's first-generation folding smartphone from 2019. The Surface Duo 2 retains the same 360-degree folding design, with upgrades including larger 5.8" dual displays, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 processor, 5G network connectivity, a triple camera system, 5G network connectivity and a new black colour option.

Surface Go 3 - Starting at $519.99

  • The Surface Go 3 is the most affordable device in the Surface family, with updated Intel processors for up to 60% faster performance over the previous generation. The overall design is unchanged, with the same ultra-portable form-factor, 10.5" display and all-day battery life, making it a popular choice for students and on-the-go professionals.

Surface Laptop Studio - Starting at $2049.00

  • The Surface Laptop Studio is an all-new device from Microsoft, with a 3-in-1 hybrid design that blends the form factors of a laptop, tablet and Surface kickstand. Microsoft touts the Surface Laptop Studio as their most powerful Surface device, with specs including a 14.4" 120Hz display, 11th generation Intel quad core processors and optional NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics.

Surface Pro 8 - Starting at $1399.99

  • The Surface Pro 8 is the successor to the Surface Pro 7, Microsoft's most well-known and best-selling Surface device. The Surface Pro 8 features a new design similar to the Surface Pro X, with notable improvements including a larger 13" 120Hz display with slim bezels, Intel's latest 11th generation processors and two Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports.

The Surface Go 3, Surface Laptop Studio and Surface Pro 8 will all come with Windows 11 out-of-the-box, while the Surface Duo 2 runs Android 11 with Microsoft Office 365 pre-installed.

All four 2021 Surface devices are scheduled for release in October and qualify for free shipping from the Microsoft Store.

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    • JBL gotta really fix their naming scheme to make it less confusing.

      A lot of people will confuse this with the JBL Tune 500 BT
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    • comp_freak wrote: I did search before posting. The Live is bigger and better
      https://www.rtings.com/headphones/tools ... shold=0.10
      yeah, that's what it should be, but JBL recycling the numbers at the end does not help with people who are confused

      BTW, I do think it's a pretty good deal, If I didn't buy the edifier W860 last year, I would jump on to this... I just can't justify getting another $50+ headphone within 2 yrs. If im going to get one, it gotta be something crazy good.
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    • Grabbed these for $99 at SDM a few months back, really enjoying them. Comfortable for long periods and the sound is great for the price IMO. $70 is a steal.
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    • MicroUSB.... I dont need them, and i def. dont want to buy anything going forward i dont absolutely need that still uses microUSB.(Yeah, its silly, but any excuse to not buy something i dont need is probably good)
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    • These are some big on-ears. The pictures seem to show actual ear cups, alluding to over-ear, and the rtings reviews lists them as over-ear, but the description and info clearly states on-ear.

      Seems like a solid deal, but I can't stand on ears, so I won't dig deeper to see if it's a typo as I don't need more headphones lol.

      Good find OP.
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    • JonSnow wrote: video uses the TUNE, but issue affects pretty much all BT devices so FYI.

      https://youtu.be/AekAMurR5Kk
      what does this show? someone within range of your bluetooth headphones can shut them down?
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    • On-Ear or over-Ear ? What about the mic quality ? Does it switch back to a lower audio quality when mic is active ?
      Does not seem so great, couldn't care less about the overinflated price of microsoft.
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    • The JBL app is allegedly have a parametric EQ. Can someone confirm this?

      If it does in fact have a parametric EQ, can the frequency, gain, and Q-value be set for each point?
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    • Looks like on-ear.....
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    • Scott86 wrote: MicroUSB.... I dont need them, and i def. dont want to buy anything going forward i dont absolutely need that still uses microUSB.(Yeah, its silly, but any excuse to not buy something i dont need is probably good)
      I feel you, I pick up a little worst headphones at the same price because they were usb-c vs the other ones that were micro usb, it’s a pita when you need several cables for your electronics
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    • Looks like a good option for WFH warriors, ordered one as my other headphones started to break apart after 18 months of daily usage. Thanks OP
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    • Just bought the 400 BT yesterday.

      https://www.thebrick.com/products/jbl-l ... headphones

      Wondering if it's worth it to return them and spend the extra $10 for the 500 BT just for the 10mm bigger drivers and the 7hr longer talk time??? My only issue with the 400 BT is I don't think they are as loud as I'd like.
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    • Ghost505 wrote: On-Ear or over-Ear ? What about the mic quality ? Does it switch back to a lower audio quality when mic is active ?
      Does not seem so great, couldn't care less about the overinflated price of microsoft.
      they are over-ear, the microsoft website has it wrong

      amazon.ca shop sells for the same 199.99 price, might just be clearout for new stock
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    • safxyz wrote: Just bought the 400 BT yesterday.

      https://www.thebrick.com/products/jbl-l ... headphones

      Wondering if it's worth it to return them and spend the extra $10 for the 500 BT just for the 10mm bigger drivers and the 7hr longer talk time??? My only issue with the 400 BT is I don't think they are as loud as I'd like.
      400 BT is on-ear, the 500 BT is over-ear from everything i've seen on google
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    • safxyz wrote: Just bought the 400 BT yesterday.

      https://www.thebrick.com/products/jbl-l ... headphones

      Wondering if it's worth it to return them and spend the extra $10 for the 500 BT just for the 10mm bigger drivers and the 7hr longer talk time??? My only issue with the 400 BT is I don't think they are as loud as I'd like.
      Generally speaking, bigger drivers mean better quality sound. 40mm vs 50mm would normally make a noticeable difference. And just like the comment above, this model is likely larger also, thus more comfortable for adults especially.

      Update: here, comparison https://audio46.com/blogs/headphones/jb ... 0bt-review
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    • I got these today and tested them. I not a sound aficando by any means but compared to Beats Solo 3 Wireless (who somebody else in my house has) they are heads and tails better. They are comfortable and the sound is way better. I'm a biggish guy and they are comfortable. Unexpectedly good. Also compared to a PS4 Wireless Gold headset. These are in a another category
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    • Over the ear?

      Just got these and compared to hyperx core over the ear wired headsets, JBL Live 500BT cups are so tiny. I need to either fold my ears in there or use them on ear.

      But whatever, one of my kids with small ears will use em.
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