Razer has been producing gaming headsets for a long time, but until now there was no fully wireless model in its range. The new Hammerhead True Wireless fixes this. Externally, they resemble Apple AirPods, and the main feature of the manufacturer considers the minimum delay time in the transmission of sound, which is important for games and video viewing.
In the mode, which can be activated using a special application for Android or iOS, the signal transmission delay is only 60 milliseconds. So the sound is almost synchronous with what is happening on the screen. According to Razer, the device uses a modified version of Bluetooth 5.0, which allows you to transmit an audio signal with less delay and with battery savings. You can also activate the function by triple-tapping the earphone.
Hammerhead True Wireless has the shape of earbuds, and special silicone bushings help to keep them inside the ears.
Charging is carried out through a special case, which, in turn, receives electricity through the USB Type-C port. The model complies with the IPX4 moisture protection class and is capable of playing music for up to three hours. An integrated sensor helps to change the track, answer an incoming call and turn to the voice assistant, but you need to use a smartphone to adjust the volume.
Hammerhead True Wireless Features:
- Driver: 13 mm
- Frequency range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Sensitivity: 91 ± 3 dB
- Bluetooth range: up to 10 m
- Operating time: up to 3 hours of operation the headphones themselves, and plus 13 hours when recharging from the case
- Charging time: up to 1.5 hours
The new headphones can already be ordered at the manufacturer’s official online store for $99.99.