If you want to add a bit of extra protection to your Surface Earbuds, Best Buy has some new cases that can add a little pop of color, too. Red, pink, teal, and black are all on offer here, but the pricing is a little steep.
Microsoft has today announced that the Graphite Grey variant of its new Surface Earbuds will be launching September 10, several months after the Surface Earbuds launched in Glacier White. The new Graphite Grey option will cost the same as the Glacier White model at $199.
Microsoft Surface Earbuds are Redmond's first attempt at wireless in-ear audio, extending the Surface accessories range into a competitive and fast-growing space. Here's how Surface Earbuds stack up again the bestselling king, Apple AirPods.
How to use Microsoft Surface Earbuds touch gestures, enabling control of your music, calls, and even Outlook emails with a tap of the ear. We've wrapped up the full list of gestures, and what they can do.
Microsoft's Surface Earbuds are coming six months later than expected with a $200 price tag. While they excel at being arguably the most comfortable earbuds around with the audio chops to compete against Samsung, Google, and Apple, there's not quite enough here to warrant that high price tag. As such, they will likely only appeal to hardcore Surface and Microsoft fans.
Microsoft has released a day one firmware update for Surface Earbuds that bring with it improvements to pairing, audio, and overall stability when using the Surface Earbuds. The update was released on May 12, the same day the Surface Earbuds launched, and brings the firmware version number up to 18.104.22.168.
The Surface Audio app, a companion for the Surface Headphones 2 and Surface Earbuds, is now available for Android, iOS, and Windows 10. The app allows you to manage your Surface audio devices, update firmware, and more.