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This week Microsoft officially revealed its latest Surface range, including the all-new Surface Headphones.
Though there are five other devices in the range, these headphones are stealing centre stage.
Microsoft is calling the light grey device “the smarter way to listen”, and it features both active and passive noise cancellation.
The device also boasts a battery life of 15 hours, though it only charges within two, and can be used via Bluetooth or through an audio cable.
“Surround yourself with adjustable active noise cancellation, on-ear touch controls, and an optimized ear cup design — engineered for rich, clear acoustics,” the company’s marketing material quips.
A pre-order date for the headphones have not yet been revealed.
Other devices in the range include the Surface Laptop 2 and tablets in the form of Surface Pro 6, Surface Go, Surface Book 2 and Surface Studio 2.
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