Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds: Low-Cost High-Grade Earbuds

Razer just released a new version of its hammerhead earbuds with a true wireless Bluetooth 5.0 technology. They are water-resistant with IPX4 rating. These earbuds feature imperceptible input latency at just 60ms which is very advantageous in gaming scenarios where you don’t want a lag between action and sounds. With an IPX4 rating, they’re also water-resistant.

With the 275mAh rechargeable Li-Po battery, these Razer Hammerhead earbuds can run up to 3 hours and 13 hours with a charging case. So you get a total of 16 hours runtime. It takes around 90 minutes to charge them from 0-100% via USB-C cable that ships along.

In terms of sound quality, hammerheads can produce tight bass and very clean high end without sounding harsh. Since these earbuds use a 13mm custom-tuned driver, the audio output is very dynamic and punchy. They cover a full human-audible frequency spectrum ranging from 20Hz to 20kHz.

Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds uses Bluetooth 5.0 technology and does not require manual pairing since it supports auto-pairing. They are voice assistant compatible and supports a touch-enabled interface. The omnidirectional mic offers more than 55dB of signal to noise ratio so that voice input remains ultra-clear. With the help of silicon earbud sleeves, these earbuds will fit comfortably and securely in your ears.

If you expect complete noise cancellation with these earbuds, you might want to look for another option. We covered an article on Apple Airpods Pro but that will cost much more at $249. These true wireless Razer Hammerhead Earbuds come with 2-year warranty costs just $99.99 on Amazon.

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Ishaan Sarna

Founder of AUDEMPIRE (Pro Audio Equipment Store), SOUNDELICIT (Music Industry & Pro Audio Blog), TECHNOISER (Tech blog), and ISOLAPSE (Motion Industry & Photography Gear Blog). Music Producer by profession and also a Tech Enthusiast.