Razer Introduces Hammerhead Pro TWS Gaming Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation
Razer has expanded its range of branded speakers with new wireless headphones called the Hammerhead Pro. The compact TWS-earbuds are notable not only for the original design and system active noise cancellation, but also for high-quality sound with low signal latency.
Razer Hammerhead Pro passed THX certification. Thanks to this, the song sounds exactly as it was intended when it was mastered in a recording studio, without distortion of the frequency range. In addition to the ergonomic shape of the headphones themselves, the manufacturer has taken care of a complete set of Comply ear pads made of foam.
Given that Razer is primarily positioned as a manufacturer of gaming accessories, a dedicated gaming mode has been integrated into the Hammerhead Pro. Pressing a button on the body reduces signal latency to 60 milliseconds, which is especially beneficial for gamers.
Another feature of the device is the built-in hybrid noise reduction system, which provides microphones placed both inside and outside the ear cups. In addition, the new product is protected from moisture according to the IPX4 standard, that is, it is not afraid of splashes and sweat.
According to the manufacturer, the battery life of the Razer Hammerhead Pro is up to four hours in playback mode. The complete case is able to charge the headphones up to four times, providing the owner with a total of 20 hours of operation of the accessory.
The cost of Hammerhead Pro is $200. Razer also offers a protective case for $30 as an option. Sales of the new product will start at the end of December 2020.