Razer targets gamers with low latency wireless earbuds

Razer targets gamers with low latency wireless earbuds

The first one is called the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds, which are the company's first truly wireless earbuds. Razer takes advantage of customized Bluetooth 5.0 connection to deliver ultra-low latency. The earbuds can auto-pair with your device. According to Razer, the earbuds can stream audio at 60 ms, which is significantly lower than other wireless earbuds and even headphones like the Sony WH-1000XM3. The Hammerhead earbuds boast a gaming mode that can reduce latency to 60ms, so while there's still latency to some degree, these should be suitable for gaming. The earbuds are available from Razer and select retailers for $100.

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The earbuds are water-resistant, though Razer doesn't specify the level of water resistance. Finally, these earbuds are also IPX4 rated for sweat/splash protection. Based on this statement, a sweaty workout or some light weather shouldn't bother the earbuds. Razer mentioned that Hammerhead earbuds will only have a 3-hour battery life, which is quite disappointing. It's there that you'll be able to change the language of voice prompts that play and also where you can learn about the different touch controls the Hammerheads support. Thankfully, you recharge via a USB-C port. Razer is selling the Hammerhead true wireless on its website right now for a Benjamin.

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