Razer couldn’t avoid jumping on the true wireless earbud bandwagon trend, and it’s obviously putting a gaming turn on its advertising. The organization’s recently divulged Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds will look well-known between the stem-equipped buds and battery charging case, however, they guarantee to kill a significant part of the slack you here and there observe with Bluetooth sound – significant when you’re messing around or watching videos. The Hammerhead utilizes a “customized” Bluetooth 5.0 connection that even incorporates a gaming mode with latency as low as 60ms. That is not “lag-free,” as Razer asserted, however it shouldn’t bump.
The firm is promising a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency reaction through the 13mm drivers, and they ought to be advantageous between auto-pairing, sweat resistance and backing for voice assistants. Battery life, be that as it may, isn’t excellent. The buds themselves keep going for three hours on a charge (AirPods last five), while the charging case gives close to 15 hours of listening time. You won’t wear these during a long haul flight.
The cost is right, at any rate. The Hammerhead True Wireless is accessible now for $100, or well under the expense of AirPods, the Galaxy Buds and other enormous name contenders. That may make them a solid match on the off chance that you simply need sans wire sound for short spurts, for example, gym workouts or Call of Duty: Mobile sessions.
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