Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed boasts low latency audio

Razer's TWS gets the HyperSpeed dongle treatment.

by Justin Choo

If the latency of your true wireless earbuds (TWS) is something that bugs you, then Razer’s new Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed might be a viable option.

Razer’s new TWS is built around the idea of ultra-latency performance that can be used across multiple platforms regardless of whether you have a PC, Nintendo Switch, or smartphone. The package includes a Razer HyperSpeed Wireless USB dongle that enables 2.4GHz transmission, bringing audio latency down to less than 40ms.

The Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed (HPH) is also THX-certified, meaning that it meets the requirements for consistent frequency response, low distortion and exceptional noise isolation. And like most TWS worth their salt these days, the HPH features hybrid active noise cancellation that can be adjusted via an in-app slider to control the amount of ambient sound they want to let in.

On top of a regular Type-C port, the HPH also comes with a fast wireless charging case that’s Qi-compatible and adds an additional 24 hours of battery life. And yes, there’s the inevitable customisable Razer Chroma RGB lighting so you can match the rest of your setup.

The Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed is now available at SGD299.90 (RM999).

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