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Microsoft Surface Earbuds | Fully Classified Review!!!

Hello everyone, this content about the latest product from Microsoft. Microsoft has introduced the new classy and good looking fully featured with gestures earbuds, which can perform a lot of tasks in a very significant manner. So, let's get started.

At some point in the last year, the entire world bought into the wireless earbud craze. Everyone is trying to overtake on Apple’s Airpods – even though let's be honest, they look silly.

Microsoft is the latest entry to the wireless audio world, unveiling the Surface Earbuds at the company’s annual October Surface hardware event. The buds are pricey, at $249, but Microsoft has a reason for that. These aren’t just earbuds, the company says. They’re Surface products.

>>Plus Points:
    Comfy fit,
    Easy to perform gestures,
    Excellent rated battery life,
    Voice transcription in PowerPoint.

>>Flaws:
    Substantial design,
    Pricey.

Talk about making a statement. While most wireless earbuds are small and almost disappear in your ears, Microsoft's new Surface Earbuds are pretty huge. Oh, and they cost a lot more than AirPods. 
But don't write these off these wireless earbuds. They offer longer battery life than the AirPod, a more significant surface area for making gestures and even the ability to transcribe your words in real-time.
We got some ears-in time with the Surface Earbuds and were impressed by their sound quality and comfort, even if we're not yet convinced that these are AirPod killers. 

Microsoft Surface Earbuds

"Microsoft Surface Earbuds will allow you to do a lot more than listening to music."

Microsoft has jumped into the truly-wireless Earbuds category with the launch of Surface Earbuds. The new smart wireless Earbuds come with a case that offers up to 24 hours of combined juice on a single charge. Surface Earbuds also allows users to perform tasks like changing slideshows during a PowerPoint presentation.

Design-wise, Microsoft claims to have paid attention to the Surface Earbuds for offering all-day comfort. The new buds come with a reasonably large and chunky circular touchpad that provides controls for various tasks using gestures. For example, a few taps would open Spotify on Android.

Surface Earbuds design:



The Surface Earbuds look as big as gauges, those piercings that look as big as Pop Sockets. Fortunately, they feel very comfortable. 



In fact, it almost felt as if I wasn't wearing them after I inserted them into my ears with a quick twist. That is thanks to the shape of the earbud's nozzles and their shallow insertion. Still, these are heavier than the AirPods, and my colleague Mark Spoonauer said he felt the buds weighing a bit on his ears.


Microsoft Surface Earbud's buds

Don't worry about having big or small ears. Microsoft will supply removable tips in three sizes: small, medium, and large. I was told that medium should work for most folks, and, alas, it was the best pick for me. 

The Surface Earbuds will also have a charging case and one-click pairing, so Microsoft is clearly doing its best to compete with Apple's AirPods.

Surface Earbuds Sounds:

These big, loud, and crowded event spaces are never a pleasant environment for testing gadgets. 

Regardless, the Surface Earbuds impressed in my short ears-on demo. Hozier's "Almost (Sweet Music)" had a surprisingly hefty bass thump, and the lead singer's vocals were clear. 

That said, these earbuds don't have active noise cancellation or noise isolation like the upcoming Amazon Echo Earbuds. Because the Surface Earbuds don't insert deep into your ears, ambient sound sneaks in.  

We'll have to do a lot more testing to form a more definitive conclusion about the Surface Earbud's sound quality, but so far so good.

Surface Earbuds Battery life:

The Surface Earbuds will last 8 hours on a charge, which is among the most extended battery life of any wireless earbuds. By comparison, the AirPods last only 5 hours between charges. The charging case can hold 24 hours worth of charge or three full charges. Again, we'll have to test this to see if they hold up to that ambitious claim.

Surface Earbuds gestures:

Full View Of Microsoft Surface Earbuds

The coolest feature of the Surface Earbuds is how it's got a ton of app integrations. Just a couple of taps and swipes will enable you to open Spotify and start playing the music you want to hear.

I'm personally glad Microsoft is using gestures instead of buttons. There's nothing less comfortable than pressing a large plastic gadget into your sensitive ears.

Outlook:

We only got a brief session with the Surface Earbuds, but, so far, they're on track to living up to their lofty $249 price in terms of features and battery life. From what I've seen (and heard), the Surface Earbuds offer excellent comfort, good audio quality, and intuitive gestures. 

The most significant question mark for the Surface Earbuds is the design. These buds are plentiful, and some may be turned off by the oversized circular look. We'll need to put the Surface Earbuds through a lot more testing, so look for a full review sometime this holiday season. 

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