Microsoft has launched the Surface Headphones 2 and Surface Earbuds alongside the Surface Go 2 and Surface Book 3.
The Surface Headphones 2 come in two colors, including the traditional light gray and new matte black.
Similar to the previous version, the new headphones support 13 levels of ambient noise cancellation, which you can adjust using the dial on the side when you are trying to work from home surrounding with roommates, family members or pets.
The device also has a dial for controlling the volume, and you can use the Surface Headphones 2 to access Cortana, skip tracks, play or pause music, and much more.
Microsoft has improved the sound quality, and you can now expect up to 20 hours of battery life. Also, Microsoft has tweaked the ear cup design to rotate 180 degrees for greater comfort when wearing around your neck.
Surface Headphones 2 are priced at $249, and they’re available starting May 12.
After being delayed, the Surface Earbuds are available starting May 12, and Microsoft is lowering the price to $199.
Surface Earbuds (source Microsoft)
The Surface Earbuds are the first wireless earbuds from the company, and the feature “an ultra-comfortable and stable fit,” and it provides touch controls to start phone calls or control music playing from your phone.
It also offers “screen-free integration” with Microsoft 365 allowing you catch up on emails with Play My Emails in Outlook for iOS or allow you to dictate in Word, Outlook or PowerPoint.
Microsoft is promising all-day battery life with the included charging case.