Since last year, most of the smartphone manufacturers have started to cut out the use of a 3.5-mm headphone jack, forcing mobile users to use wireless headphones. To follow this most of headphones manufacturers quickly set up the production for wireless earphones, and connected via Lightning or a USB Type-C ports.
The Razer company, primarily known for its gaming laptops and accessories, has decided to please music lovers with wireless headphones, introducing new Razer Hammerhead headphones, which is available in two versions including: Razer Hammerhead iOS with Lightning port specifically for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and Razer Hammerhead BT with Bluetooth connectivity.
New Razer Hammerhead BT is a Bluetooth 4.1 in-ear headset that features the Qualcomm aptX codec for low-latency, high-quality audio. Smartphone users may enjoy uninterrupted listening and calls with a battery life of up to eight hours per charge. The Razer Hammerhead BT comes with an in-line remote and microphone that is compatible with iOS or Android devices, providing easy call pick-up or music track navigation.
Meanwhile, the Razer Hammerhead for iOS is making full use of the Lightning Connector capabilities, it can deliver clean digital audio through a custom-tuned, digital-to-analog converter (DAC). Through the Razer Hammerhead iOS companion app, users can personalize listening experiences with customizable or pre-configured equalizer settings. It also comes with an in-line control and mic that allows users to exploit Siri, as well as take calls or skip music tracks.
Both new Razer Hammerhead headphones come equipped with sufficiently large 10 mm dynamic audio drivers enclosed in an aluminum housing, which contributes to high-quality sound and enhanced headphones durability.
While the wireless version has a clip for attaching the rear on the collar or on the neck, so they can’t fall or lost. The headphones also supplied with the case for easy storage.
Both Razer Hammerhead earbuds will be available this month, priced at $100 for each version.