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Hammerhead True Wireless X: New Airpods competition from Razer

Razer adds a new model to its in-ear earphone series. Thanks to low latency and LED lighting, the Hammerhead True Wireless X are primarily aimed at mobile gamers and are supposed to compete with Apple’s Airpods.

Lightweight earphones with dedicated gaming mode

With the brand-new Hammerhead True Wireless X, hardware manufacturer Razer is releasing what is now the third model in its popular in-ear series, once again taking aim at the worldwide box office hit called Apple Airpods.

The new model is primarily aimed at mobile gamers, who should get their money’s worth thanks to the low latency of 60 ms and individually tuned 13 mm drivers. With a weight of just 10 grams per Earbud and 42 grams including the charging case, the earphones are perfect for mobile use. Thanks to Bluetooth 5.2, the earbuds automatically connect to compatible devices via auto pairing. Pairing with other peripherals is done quite classically via input.

The Razer Hammerhear True Wireless X can also be connected to a notebook

In addition, the Hammerhead True Wireless X feature touch controls that conveniently activate music, calls, gaming mode and smartphone voice assistants with a quick tap.

The typical Razer LED illumination can be deactivated if desired, which at least provides one hour more battery life at a volume of 50%. With activated illumination, the in-ears last for around six hours; in conjunction with the included charging case, Razer promises a staying power of up to 28 hours.

Individual sound through mobile app

The rather bass-heavy sound can be further individualized with the help of the Razer Audio app for Android and iOS. Various equalizer presets are available here, and the touch gesture for both Earbuds can also be individually reassigned in the app.

Settings can be made using the Razer Audio app

Technically, the Hammerhead True Wireless X rely on an impedance of 32 ohms and cover a frequency band of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. AAC and SBC are supported as codecs, while phone calls can be made with the help of the omnidirectional microphone.

The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless X are available now at an MSRP of 89.99 euros on the manufacturer’s homepage. This positions the new model between the original Hammerheads and the high-quality Pro variant complete with THX certification and active noise reduction.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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Razer adds a new model to its in-ear earphone series. Thanks to low latency and LED lighting, the Hammerhead True Wireless X are primarily aimed at mobile gamers and are supposed to compete with Apple’s Airpods. Lightweight earphones with dedicated gaming mode With the brand-new Hammerhead True Wireless X, hardware manufacturer Razer is releasing what … (Weiterlesen...)

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