Official Razer Hammerhead True Wireless second generation, the wireless headphones LED for lovers of video games and objects that do not go unnoticed.
Of the true wireless headsets in full Razer style, the Hammerhead True Wireless second generation that have been made official in recent hours. There can be no doubts about the company that has made these headphones very recognizable thanks to the LED lighting that unites and makes special a bit 'all Razer products.
The logo affixed to the wireless headphones of Razer does not illuminate thanks to the LEDs of Razer Chroma RGB only when they are used - which is already quite atypical - but they go even further: it seems that they have (or may have in the future) the ability to light up to the rhythm of music, which may not be the best in terms of sobriety but the target audience of Razer is, in general, certainly whimsical and loves this kind of features nice and unique at the same time. In short, Razer has tried to make its mark in an area that tends to be reluctant to differentiate aesthetics as that of wireless headphones and, judging by the premises, seems to have succeeded.
Features of Razer wireless headphones
For the rest, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless are wireless headphones with LED high-end specifications. They have 10mm drivers capable of ranging in a frequency range between 20 Hz and 200 kHz.
Integrate some omnidirectional microphones to intercept both the voice of those who speak and environmental noise to not pass in the call, Bluetooth 5.2 and touch controls at the illuminated surface through which to manage the playback, management that can also be done through the app that Razer has developed for both Android and iOS systems, so they can also propose to the public of those who own an iPhone.
The app is also essential for adjusting the headset's LED lighting, such as color, but also for turning on or off the active predictive ambient noise suppression, a high-end feature that allows you to listen to music or converse quietly even in particularly noisy places. They also have IPX4 certification for (light) liquid resistance, which comes in handy for those who practice sports, perhaps outdoors with the risk of a downpour.
Could not miss a gaming mode designed for those who want to use them for games. And indeed, it's not missing. The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless offers it to lower latency down to 60 milliseconds, a very respectable value for a product that is usually considered more suitable for the purpose if it has a wired connection, and not wireless.
Life, price and availability
In terms of autonomy, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless offers up to 6.5 hours of playback on a single charge, provided you disable the LED lighting and active noise suppression (ANC). The maximum battery life, that is calculated including the charging case, amounts to 32.5 hours, while the minimum is 4 hours with LEDs and ANC active, a scenario in which you get up to a maximum of 20 hours if you also consider the energy provided by the case.
The Hammerhead True Wireless are already on sale in Italy for 139.99 euros.