Razer HammerHead True Wireless equipped with RGB lighting effect and active noise reduction function
Razer today officially released the Razer HammerHead True Wireless second-generation in-ear headphones (Razer HammerHead True Wireless 2021), which is a truly evolved product. Many Razer fans feel very sorry for the lack of lighting design and the lack of Razer’s iconic lighting effects on the previous generation of HammerHead True Wireless Headphones. This time the new Razer HammerHead True Wireless II In-Ear Headphones will be equipped with Razer Chroma RGB lighting effects, which makes up for the shortcomings of the previous generation products.
In addition, the second-generation Warhammer Shark True Wireless In-Ear Headphones are also equipped with feedforward active noise reduction technology and dual DUAL ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE CANCELLING (ENC) microphones, support active noise reduction and provide a 60-millisecond ultra-low latency game mode, and equipped with multiple sets of in-ear silicone earplugs, allowing users to have a better experience.
Users can use the Razer Audio app to maximize the effect of the headset, such as setting a custom equalizer, and the user can also reset the mapping touch gestures for better control during use, or to activate the 60-millisecond ultra-low-latency game mode. Using this app, you can update the wireless firmware, so that the headset continues to get improved features. Since the second generation of RAZER HAMMERHEAD TRUE WIRELESS supports Razer Chroma RGB LED touchpad, users can download the Chroma RGB APP to set more personalized lighting effects.
Razer said that the second-generation Razer Hammerhead True Wireless can provide up to 32.5 hours of battery life. At present, the second generation of Razer Hammerhead True Wireless has begun to accept the pre-order, the price is $129.99.