Microsoft Surface Earbuds move to FCC: debut soon

Microsoft Surface Earbuds, the company’s first true wireless earbuds, have just been FCC certified: their debut could, therefore, be very close. Moreover, in the past few months, Panos Panay himself had said that they would arrive in the spring of 2020. For reference, the launch was originally scheduled for the 2019 holiday season.

The FCC documentation does not reveal any particular news: we have a series of close-up photos of the earphones, but the design had already been made official during the presentation phase. At the limit, we have precise details on the size of the headset – judging by the ruler about 25 x 25 x 20 millimeters.

Image: FCC and Microsoft

Recall that according to official information the earphones will have active noise cancellation, touch surface for simplified controls (you can also manage PowerPoint slides!), Support for all the main voice assistants and up to 24 hours of total autonomy by calculating the case charging. The US list price was set at $ 249.


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