Microsoft Drops Surface Headphones Price By $100

By Annie Baker ● May 20, 2019

Microsoft has decided to cut the price of the Surface Headphones by $100 to a price of $249.99 from $349.99. The Microsoft Surface Headphones are available at Amazon and other retailers. You can buy the Surface Headphones at this price until June 30.

This is not the first time that Microsoft lowered the price of the Surface Headphones. In December, Microsoft dropped the price of the Surface Headphones to $50.

Originally, Microsoft unveiled the Surface Headphones at its October 2018 hardware event. During the same event, Microsoft also released the Surface Studio 2, Surface Laptop 2, and Surface Pro 6.

The Surface Headphones have adjustable active noise cancellation and on-ear touch controls. Plus it has an optimized ear cup design and is engineered for rich and clear acoustics. You can use the Surface Headphones for making phone calls and listen to your playlists.

Plus it supports “Hey Cortana” so you can use your voice and leave your hands free for making calls, checking your schedule, controlling music, etc. The Surface Headphones can also be used for controlling Apple Siri and Google Assistant.

Some of the other features include 40mm free-edge speaker drivers for optimized sound and fast charging for almost an hour of music in just five minutes. And it supports up to 15 hours of battery life. Plus it has hassle-free pairing so you can connect to your Windows PC out of the box when you enable Swift Pair.

In terms of inputs, it has a USB-C connector and a 3.5mm audio connector. The buttons/controls also includes a power button, mute button, volume dial (right ear), and noise cancellation dial (left ear).