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    Microsoft releases ‘behind the scenes’ of Surface Headphones

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    Just like the Surface Studio, Microsoft Surface Headphones have been lauded for its magnificent design universally. The headphones not only come with cool features and extraordinary specifications but also are easy to use and extremely comfortable to use.

    The headphones are specially designed for developers and office workers. Users who want to listen to some cool music without any compromisation to productivity can use this device. Microsoft Surface Headphone comes with 4 beam-forming microphones, 4 active noise-canceling microphones, and 13 levels of noise reduction up to 30 dB. This noise cancellation is a very important feature. It blocks unwanted background noise efficiently to keep users focused.

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    Microsoft Surface Headphones equipped with 40 mm free drivers that deliver up to 115 dB. Other features include automatic pause and play, phone call support, USB C charging, 3.5 mm connectivity, Bluetooth, and 15 hours of battery life.

    Microsoft has now released a 10-minute documentary that highlights how Surface Headphones came into life.

    A few days ago, WalkingCat discovered a new Microsoft reference to “Project S.” Project S can be a reference to Santorini, which is a flavor of Microsoft’s CoreOS operating system. But WalkingCat officials consider it as something else. WalkingCat’s Twitter reply to Microsoft journalist Mary Jo Foley indicates Project S refers something related to Surface brand as Santorini is already the code name of a new UI. Frankly, WalkingCat does cast some doubt but there is still a possibility that Microsoft’s  Project S could be new Surface hardware.

    Some tech specialist are considering that “Project S” could perhaps be a new portable speaker whose patents surfaced recently. In short, some are expecting it as an updated version of Surface Headphones.

    To remind, Microsoft’s Surface event is scheduled on 2nd October, we expect some exciting new products from Microsoft. Share your thoughts on the documentary video that brief the design process of Microsoft Surface Headphones in the comment section below!

    Adhiraj
    Tech Enthusiast, Passionate about smartphones, he likes to write on the latest tech trends and gadgets. You can connect with him via social media.
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