The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless introduced back in 2019, was one of the first low-latency Bluetooth earbuds for gaming. The second-generation earphones include exciting aesthetic and performance updates.
For starters, the earbuds are illuminated by RGB lighting, include a 60ms low latency gaming mode, and support Bluetooth 5.3. This 2021 model features active noise canceling, smart microphones, and improved in-ear comfort. Through the Razer Audio App, users can adjust the colors and effects of the Chroma RGB, tweak the EQ settings for personalized sound, and remap touch gestures. While the 2019 model had 19 hours of charge, this year’s model can run 6 and a half hours of active listening, and an additional 26 hours with the charging case.
The Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds are priced at $130 USD and are now available on Razer’s website.
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