They also feature 40 mm free drivers delivering up to115 dB, automatic pause and play, support phone calls, USB-C charging, 3.5mm connectivity, Microsoft’s own Bluetooth fast pair technology and 15 hours of battery life.
The headphones are getting some good reviews from journalists who tried them out, who report the sound reproduction and noise cancellation are both top notch.
The $350 headphones are available to pre-order from today, the 15th November 2018 in the USA, with shipments starting on the 19th November 2018.
Now the headset has also popped up in the Microsoft Store in the UK, where you can submit a preorder for £329.99. Even more surprising, the headset will ship by the 29th November, well in time for a Christmas present for yourself or a very loved one.
Microsoft has been working on the headphones for the last three years and Panos Panay called them “One of my dream products right now.”
As a new, experimental product, stock levels are likely low, and the headphones will likely be sold out soon.