The Honor ecosystem is growing rapidly and has long been more than just smartphones. Under the name “Honor Choice”, the company now also offers products from other manufacturers that meet Honor's quality standards and are directly integrated into the ecosystem.
One of the first Choice products are the Honor Choice Earbuds X1 from Moecen. The true wireless headphones promise outstanding sound at a particularly low price. You can find out in the following review whether the Honor Choice Earbuds were able to convince us.
If you want to enjoy your favorite playlist through in-ear headphones while exercising, you often face a problem. Many in-ears just don't want to hold their ears properly. One quick movement and it's time to readjust or, in the worst case, look for the earphones on the floor.
One solution are headphones with neckband, which promise a secure and comfortable fit. For this test, I took a closer look at the Klipsch T5 neckband. A wireless Bluetooth in-ear headphone with a neckband.
Undisturbed music enjoyment, no matter where you are. Active noise canceling (ANC) makes it possible. For a long time, ANC was only conceivable in connection with bulky headphones. Now more and more manufacturers are venturing to the idea of equipping compact true wireless in-ear headphones with ANC.
A particularly inexpensive model are the Honor Magic earbuds, which promise a noise-free ANC without loss of sound for less than 100 euros. This test report reveals just how “magical” the honor earbuds really are.