Razer surprises its community with a new highlight in the field of gaming peripherals. With the Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed, the stylish gaming brand from the US has presented compact True Wireless in-ears that can be used on multiple platforms. Features such as the in-house HyperSpeed technology as well as a hybrid active noise cancellation are to mix up the audio market properly.
Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed for Console and PC
No matter whether Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, Steam Deck or PC – the latest in-ears from Razer are supposed to be able to offer great sound on almost any platform. The corresponding connection can be established in different ways thanks to extensive connectivity. Thanks to Bluetooth 5.3, the small pair of headphones is up to date in terms of modern wireless connections. In gaming mode, a stable performance and a latency of just under 60 ms should be maintained. However, devices without Bluetooth should also be able to serve as a source without any problems.
The in-house HyperSpeed dongle is used here. This enables a 2.4 GHz connection and is supposed to ensure a low latency of under 40 ms, among other things. A THX certification is supposed to be a guarantee for high audio quality. The hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC) is supposed to suppress ambient noise effectively. The user is supposed to be able to decide how much one wants to isolate oneself from the environment. Finally, a slider allows the user to adjust the strength of the support.
As is customary with True Wireless in-ears, the Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed also come with matching case, which is not just for storage. On top of that, the mini headphones are charged here. It is convenient that Razer has made the charging case Qi-enabled. This means that the whole thing can be charged without cable tangles. When fully charged, the case is supposed to help the headphones run for up to 24 hours. Alternatively, the case can be charged via USB-C. Of course, the Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed can also be used in combination with your smartphone.
Here, annoying disturbances can possibly occur during work or a round of gaming. In the so-called “Do not disturb” mode, you should be able to eliminate this risk. Notifications from the messenger or calls are unceremoniously hidden by the pair of headphones here. The Razer Chroma RGB support provides a cool look. The manufacturer’s in-house lighting solution should be an enrichment for the home gaming setup.
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Price and Availability
The Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed sound like a surprisingly good pair of headphones in theory, which could be especially worthwhile for owners of multiple gaming options at once. However, the price that the manufacturer charges here is also not without. Razer sets a proud 229.99 Euros as the RRP. If that doesn’t scare you off, you can buy it now. More information can be found on the official product page.