Microsoft’s Surface product line has grown over the last decade from the original ARM-powered Surface, Surface Pro, Surface Book, Surface Studio, Surface Laptop, Surface Headphones, Surface Pro X, Surface Go, Surface Laptop Go, then finally to the Surface Duo. In today’s Dynamic Duo editorial, we will review how the Surface Book 3 and Surface Headphones 2 work together.
Captivating your senses
While the Surface Book 3’s 15-inch 3240 x 2160 PixelSense captivates your optical and tactile senses, Surface Headphones 2 completely captivates your auditory senses. The result is a complete sense of focus where you can stay in your creative and productive flow.
Both of these Surface devices are designed with productivity in mind. While the Surface Book 3’s 15-inch 3240 x 2160 PixelSense captivates your optical and tactile senses, Surface Headphones 2 completely captivates your auditory senses. The result is a complete sense of focus where you can stay in your creative and productive flow. The 15-inch Surface Book 3 is a powerful and versatile machine with a Core-i7 CPU and 3240 x 2160 PixelSense touchscreen and pen enabled 15-inch display that makes it ideal for creative and productive tasks alike. Surface Headphones 2 are the refined 2nd-generation noise-cancelling headphones that make working at home and staying productive easier. Noise-cancellation can be adjusted from maximum cancellation to amplify ambient sounds. If working in an office environment, being able to adjust from one mode to the other with just a twist of the dial on the left headphone. The right dial adjusts the volume level.
Surface Audio app
Surface Headphones connect over Bluetooth LE and you can use the Surface Audio app to control and view a number of options for the Surface Headphones. The app responds to dark and light theme changes like in the photos and screenshots below. The Surface Audio app is available for iOS, Android and Windows 10. The serves as the way to update the headphone’s firmware from time to time. The headphones come with a fabric-covered hard-shell case, a platinum USB to USB-C cable and a platinum 3.5mm headphone cable.
Surface Headphones will connect over Bluetooth to two different devices. The ideal use for gaming is using the provided 3.5mm cable, plug it into the headphone jack on your controller and function as a chat headset. Surface Headphones even come in Black if you want to match either your black controller or your black Surface Pro 7, Surface Pro 7+, Surface Laptop or Surface Pro X.