When it comes to gaming peripherals, you know that the name Razer itself does have its fair share of fans. After all, Razer has not really disappointed so far, where the bulk of their releases tend to fall under the mouse and keyboard categories, although there has been some pretty interesting mousepads in the past, while gaming headsets themselves have also not been left untouched by Razer. Today, we shall take a look at a couple of Razer in-ear headsets, where they have been called the Razer Hammerhead and Hammerhead Pro, although neither has any relation to the shark that shares a similar namesake.
The Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets are said to deliver incredible durability as well as fantastic audio quality, all thanks to their 9mm neodymium drivers, which would also make them as suitable candidates for those who love listening to their favorite tunes on the go. You will be able to choose from two different models, depending on what your needs are, and they are the Razer Hammerhead and the Razer Hammerhead Pro. What separates the two? Well, the Razer Hammerhead Pro would come with an omni-directional microphone that has an in-line remote to boot for phone-call control, making it the ideal piece for convenient voice communication.
Regardless of which model you choose, they will come machined out of aircraft-grade aluminum, which in turn promises extreme durability, all without sacrificing a lightweight and comfortable form factor. There is also a matte, brushed surface finish to make sure that these in-ear monitors will sound great while looking good. Not only that, there are interchangeable ear-tips that will come in three sizes, complete with optional bi-flange attachments. In order to ensure that your ears will get the best listening experience, as the inner acoustics chambers of the Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets boast of a sonically optimized design that will increase aural resonance. You will be able to pick up the Razer Hammerhead Pro for $69.99 from this August onwards.
Read more here:
Razer in-ear headsets set the bar higher