Razer is slowly and steadily making a name for itself in the gaming industry. Earlier this year, the company launched Elgato HD60 S for capture card dominance with Razer Ripsaw HD capture card and then recently, the company finally took the wraps off of its gaming Ultrabook. Last month, Razer unveiled its vibrating Nari Ultimate headset specifically designed for Xbox One following which the company announced its Razer Seiren Emote Microphone, designed exclusively for streamers. Just a few days back, Razer launched the RGB-ridden 27-inch gaming monitor, Raptor 27. And now, as its latest offering, the company has unveiled Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds.
The new wireless headphones cost $99. Coming onto the features, the headphones reduce latency to 60ms while gaming on Android and iOS with Bluetooth 5.0. Moreover, they use USB-C charging port. They offer IPX4 water resistance and three hours of use per charge
“The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds are the perfect wireless audio solution for mobile users,” said Alvin Cheung, Razer’s senior vice president of peripherals, in a release. “Users will have rich, immersive lag-free sound for their movies, music, and gaming, without wires to get tangled or snagged as they go.”
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless are available to buy now at Razer.