Razer has released a new version of the Hammerhead wireless headset for gamers who can’t give up RGB lighting on the go.
The American company confirmed that the new headphone is packed with many advanced technologies, including Active Noise Canceling (ANC) technology.
Razer indicated that the second generation of the Hammerhead wireless headphone comes with a new design with RGB lighting in the logo on the outside, and RGB lighting is controlled through the Razer Audio application available for mobile devices equipped with Google Android and Apple iOS devices. The app is also used to set touch gestures to control playback.
Razer has also improved Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology, where microphones block annoying ambient noise while listening to music, playing games or making phone calls, and Razer has indicated that the response time in gaming mode is 60 milliseconds.
Similar to the previous model, the new generation of the Razer Hammerhead headset is resistant to sweat and splashes, according to the protection class IPX4, and the connection with the smartphone is carried out via Bluetooth 5.2 technology with support for AAC and SBC codecs.
The battery life extends to 4 hours with RGB lighting and ANC active noise canceling technology, and when these technologies are disabled, the operating period is up to 6.5 hours, and the charging case is sufficient to fully recharge the wireless headset 4 times, and the recharging process is via the USB port -C, and the wireless charging function is not available.