Surface Earbuds video: Gesture-controlled earbuds that support one-click pairing
Microsoft's Surface Earbuds include gesture support, and they're shown off in a sporting new video.
What you need to know
- Microsoft's new Surface Earbuds support gestures and securely fit into your ears.
- The new headphones are shown off in a video by Microsoft.
- The Surface Earbuds also integrate with Office, including translating PowerPoint presentations.
Lost among the announcements of folding phones, a new version of Windows 10, and a Surface device powered by ARM are the Surface Earbuds. The new headphones from Microsoft support one-click pairing, can be navigated with gestures, and are designed to fit securely in people's ears.
The Surface Earbuds have dual-array microphones and come in a charging case. The new video also shows off how the Surface Earphones integrate with Microsoft Office, including translating PowerPoint presentations.
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