Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously

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Microsoft just introduced the followup to its good Surface headphones — and get this, they’re designed specifically to work with Office. Priced at lofty $249, the wireless earbuds have a number of onboard productivity features, including Powerpoint slide forwarding, voice transcription and live translation (in 60 languages).

The earbuds are, in a word, huge. They look big in the sizzle reel and downright huge when demoed on stage. You can’t say Microsoft didn’t at least try something new — while the charging case looks almost identical to Samsung’s earbuds, the Surface are big and perfectly round.

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Like other first-party earbuds, there’s easy one click pairing with Microsoft devices. Along with productivity features, they also work with your standard music streaming apps, including, most notably, Spotify. The headphones will be available this holiday.

 

Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously

Microsoft’s new wireless earbuds work with Office — no, seriously

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