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      Surface Headphones 2, Microsoft’s headphones designed for times of teleworking

Kim Diaz



Microsoft is not just the Windows operating system company. The American company has long struggled to achieve success in the hardware market as well. For this, it has presented a new model of wireless headphones very suitable for current needs.

The Microsoft Surface Headphones 2 They come at a time when the use of headphones has diversified, they are no longer exclusive for listening to music, but we can also use them to make video conferences. Reality has changed in a short time and teleworking has forced many companies, need that Microsoft covers with these new headphones.

While online meetings continue to grow with confinement and many companies claim that their employees will continue from home until the end of the year, Microsoft Surface Headphones 2 offer functions for facilitate isolation with house noises and handle the microphone during the video conference.

Choosing good headphones that suit your usage habits may not seem easy, but with this guide you will learn everything you need to know.

This headband model features 13 levels noise canceling (30 dB active, 40 dB passive) to block out noise from neighbors or children playing in the living room while trying to listen to our boss or concentrate with music. It could also be useful for all students who are following classes online or studying at home and are not used to the whole family being 24 hours making noise in other rooms.

Another interesting function allows lock the microphone quickly and easily to prevent a family member’s voice from leaking in the middle of the conference. Of course, those quick gestures also include features like stop the music, change the song, lower the volume or adjust the noise cancellation level if we go from the interior to the street.

They are designed to be comfortable even when worn for long hours and feature 40mm Free Edge drivers to achieve good sound quality, not only for video conferencing, but also for listening to music.

The battery, according to Microsoft, lasts up to 20 hours of continuous use and it takes 2 hours to recharge. They are already available on the Microsoft website for a price of 279.99 euros.

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