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2021-09-15 16:00:37| Engadget

Less than a year after introducing Mode II, its first pair of true wireless earbuds, Marshall is expanding its lineup of Bluetooth headphones to include two new true wireless models: the Motif ANC and Minor III. As you can probably guess from the name, the former includes active noise cancellation, a feature you wont find on Marshalls Mode II earbuds. MarshallWith ANC turned on, the company claims you can get four-and-a-half hours of playtime from the Motif ANC earbuds on a single charge, and an additional 20 hours of battery life from the included charging case. The ANC feature is fully customizable, allowing you to set your own level of noise cancellation and transparency. Other notable features include IPX5 moisture protection, support for wireless charging, dual microphones for calls and touch controls.MarshallMarshall is positioning the Minor III as a no-frills pair of headphones. They feature 12mm drivers custom-tuned to deliver the companys signature sound, in addition to touch controls, IPX4-certified water resistance and an open fit for claimed all-day comfort. On a single charge, you can expect five hours from the earbuds and an additional 20 with help from the included charging case, for a total of 25 hours of playtime. You can recharge the case using either a USB-C cable or by placing it on a Qi-compatible charging pad.The Motif ANC earbuds are available to pre-order today from Marhsalls website, with general availability to follow on September 30th. They cost $199, 199 or 180. As for the Minor III earbuds, you can purchase them today for $129, 129 or 119.

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2021-09-15 16:00:00| Marketing Profs - Concepts, Strategies, Articles and Commentaries

Executives say proficiency in content marketing, strategy, and data/analytics will be the most important skills for marketers in the future, according to recent research from Drift. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

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2021-09-15 16:00:00| Marketing Profs - Concepts, Strategies, Articles and Commentaries

Toward the end of a B2B buying cycle, marketers may think their job is over. But they can still help close the deal by using account-based marketing tactics to continuously support Sales and further influence decision-makers. Read the full article at MarketingProfs

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