Everybody's making headphones now. Microsoft unveils new Surface devices, including headphones The big surprise at the company’s fall devices event was not a computer at all, but Surface headphones, which feature 13 levels of noise canceling technology. The headphones have a microphone and integrate with Cortana, Microsoft’s voice assistant technology. The ear-covering headphones don’t yet have a for-sale date — the company will say only they are coming “soon.” They’ll be priced at $349. Microsoft also unveiled its second Surface Studio 2, a follow-up to the desktop computer made for creative types and engineers that the company released in 2016. It’s just in time too — the original Surface Studio is out of stock in Microsoft’s online stores. Microsoft also announced the new Surface Pro 6, the latest in Microsoft’s tablet-and-laptop-in-one line that will go on sale Oct. 16 and starts at $899. It pledges to be 67 percent more powerful than the previous version of the Surface Pro, announced last year.