Razer has renewed its Hammerhead True Wireless headphones in order to offer users the latest technology. Saving the distances, they would be the equivalent of the AirPods, but with some extras such as Chroma RGB lighting. For the rest, say that they are totally valid for playing and listening to music. In fact, they have a ultra low latency mode (60 ms) to enjoy your favorite games without any problem.
Putting the headphones aside, Razer has also announced a new series of keyboard accessories: Ergonomic wrist rest (€ 24.99), Razer PBT Keycap + coiled cable (€ 59.99) and Phantom Keycap Update Set (€ 39.99). All these accessories have been designed for Mini and Tenkeyless keyboards. Now some Keycaps have their version for full-size keyboards. With that said, let’s take a closer look at the new Hammerhead True Wireless.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless – Features, Price, and Availability
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless headphones feature active noise cancellation. This eliminate any distractions while playing games or listening to music. The two microphones that detect and reduce surrounding noise have a lot to do with this. Internally, your intraural design makes them more comfortable and, incidentally, improves noise isolation. In addition, using the Razer Audio app that is available for iOS and Android, you can make many adjustments and you even have an equalizer at your disposal.
When talking about wireless headphones, autonomy is very important. This time battery lasts up to 6.5 hours. However, thanks to the charging case, the autonomy reaches up to 32.5 hours. The latter depends on several factors, such as RGB lighting and noise cancellation. On the other hand, it is worth mentioning that controls are tactile.
These new headphones are on sale now at the Razer Store and they are priced at 139,99 euros.
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