Finally, the rumors are confirmed and the launch is imminent: Microsoft Surface Earbuds are coming on May 12.
The Surface Earbuds, first expected last fall, might give AirPods a run for their money, at least for those interested in work earbuds.
The Surface Earbuds feature welcome integrations with the Microsoft Office suite, including diction, voice transcription and live translation in 60 languages for Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.
On that last front, there’s also slide forwarding, which should make your next presentation a lot more smooth.
Even more, we’d say the design certainly makes sense, especially for those who work in open-space offices (and might soon return after the lockdown ends).
With those big round babies on, no coworker will be able to claim they didn’t notice your buds!
The Surface Earbuds come with a wireless charging case and will retail for $199.
If you want traditional headphones, the upgraded Surface Headphones might be a good choice.
They also come with easy pairing with any Surface device and those nifty Office integrations but seriously up the game with adjustable active noise cancellation.
Furthermore, they offer a 20-hour battery life.
The Microsoft Surface Headphones will also be available on May 12 at $249.