Razer has unveiled their latest audio product with the new Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds.
The new model comes with a few new features, first the earbuds have a in-ear design with a silicone ear-tip compared to the half-ear form factor of the original.
The new Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds have Razer’s Chroma RGB lighting. Like other RGB-enabled Razer products, you can customize the lighting on the earbuds with different effects including, Audio Meter, Breathing, Spectrum and Static.
Battey life can vary but Razer says users can get up to 6.5 hours from the earbuds and additional 26 hours from the case for a total of 32.5 hours. This is with RGB lighting and ANC off.
With both RGB and ANC on, you’re looking at closer to 4 hours of playtime from the earbuds and 16 hours from the case.
The earbuds are using 10 mm drivers and offers Feedoforward Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and Passive Noise Cancellation. They also support Google Fast Pair and the AAC and SBC audio codecs.
They are IPX4 water resistant, have Bluetooth 5.2 and there’s a Gaming mode for low latency audio of 60ms or less.
Razer says the new design should help with better overall fit and better passive noise isolation. There’s 2 ENC mics that will detect, identify and reduce background noise.
The new Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds are available now from Razer’s website for $159 CAD ($129 USD).