Microsoft release documentary on Surface Headphones design process

A bit like the Surface Studio, Microsoft’s Surface Headphones have been universally lauded for its design, which combines both extreme comfort and ease of use.

The headphones, which are appealing especially to developers and other office workers who want to maintain their productivity in distraction-prone environments, utilize 4 beam-forming microphones, 4 active noise-cancelling microphones, and 13 levels of noise reduction for up to 30 dB for active noise cancellation to keep users focused.

They also feature 40 mm free drivers delivering up to115 dB, automatic pause and play, support phone calls,  USB-C charging, 3.5mm connectivity, Microsoft’s own Bluetooth fast pair technology and 15 hours of battery life.

Microsoft has been working on the headphones for the last three years and Panos Panay called them “One of my dream products right now.”

Now Microsoft has released a 10-minute documentary highlighting how the headphones came to life.

See that video below:

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The Surface Headphones are on sale at the Microsoft Store here and Amazon here.

Via WalkingCat

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