Razer Hammerhead True Wireless looks perfect for mobile gaming

Aside from th lack of high resolution audio capabilities, the Hammerhead can handle the rest.

by Justin Choo

I think I can safely say you don’t have many options when it comes to true wireless earbuds with RGB lighting and suffice to say that one of them is offered by Razer. Razer’s second-generation Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds have a number of features you wouldn’t expect from something so compact.

Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) is pretty much almost a standard feature in many wireless earpieces these days, and the new Hammerhead deploys a conventional feedforward design to handle common environmental noise. However, that’s not the only trick up its sleeve.

The Chroma RGB lights are fully controllable and you can control the intensity right down to lighting effects. It even has a low-latency mode (60ms or less) to make gaming with wireless in-ears more enjoyable.

The Hammerhead also sports dual environmental noise cancelling (ENC) microphones that are designed to focus on your voice while reducing background noise for better voice call or chat quality. Battery life has also been doubled over its predecessor, with a rated battery life of up to 32.5 hours.

If the new Hammerhead’s checklist of features is right up your alley, they’re available now for $189.90 at the Razer store .