Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds were launched and is intended to solve one of the most common issues of Truly wireless headphones while gaming on an Android phone is the latency.
Razer Hammerhead Earbuds Launched!
The genuinely wireless Razer Hammerhead Earbuds have a minuscule 60ms latency once Gaming Mode is enabled via a dedicated app for iOS and Android. Razer claims that its earbuds utilize a customized version of Bluetooth 5.0 to allow this feature to work and to preserve audio quality and battery life in the low-latency mode.
The Hammerhead Earbuds support touch gestures, have voice assistant capabilities, and have support Bluetooth 5.0 for its low latency gaming mode.
The Hammerhead True Wireless offers IPX4 water resistance and three hours of use per charge. The included case provides four recharges, totaling 12 hours of battery life. Basic tasks like changing the song, picking up calls, or activating your preferred voice assistant are handled with touch controls on the earbuds. If you want to adjust the volume, you’ll need to do it from your phone.
The earbuds look like the newly launched Apple Airpods Pro, but these charges through USB-C and are cheaper than its Apple counterpart.
These earbuds don’t have long-standing battery life and are not focused on avid music listeners but Gamers who game on their phones.
The device is available as of now on Razer.com and costs $99.