Razer has introduced a new in-ear headset that is Hammerhead True Wireless X he got a name. Equipped with 13mm speakers, Bluetooth 5.2 communicates with an automatic pairing solution with a 60-millimeter delay and maintains a close relationship with Google Fast Pair for easier connection to Android devices, so you can start streaming as soon as you the tab is removed from its case for charging as well.
The frequency response range is between 20 and 20,000 Hz, the impedance is 32 ohms and the sound pressure is 91 dB. The integrated microphone has a signal-to-noise ratio of 64 dB, a sensitivity of -26 dBFS, and supported codecs include AAC and SBC.
Both 10-gram units are equipped with LED-backlit, touch controls so you can answer calls, activate your voice assistant, adjust the volume, or scroll through the playlist, for example, to get your smartphone in your hand. If that wasn’t enough, the Razer Audio App gives you the opportunity to fiddle with the equalizer, reprogram what different gestures have to do, or even play with the light effects.
The novelty of the snake company (with the lights off) capable of up to 28 hours of operation is on the shelves these days and has been priced at £ 80.