True wireless earbuds from Razer is inevitable. However, what I did not expect was the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds has an on-paper battery life of just 3 hours on a single charge. 3! Can you believe that? It must be the shortest battery life of its kind.
And don’t get me started with the design which it is obviously inspired by Apple AirPods. The regular AirPods, i.e., the disturbing one-size-fits all, no ear tips designed with the awkward stem thingy.
I have always believe Razer is an innovator, but the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds truly blew me away, in a bad way, that is. But I guess it is the innards that counts, right?
With the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds, Razer is selling as a pair of true wireless earbuds with ultra-low latency connection and in Gaming Mode, the latency is just 60 ms. It promised the audio will stay synced with your device and never shutter.
Other details include 13 mm driver, 20-20 kHz frequency response, “customized” Bluetooth 5.0, automatic connection to paired device when removed from the case, IPX4 rated (sweat/splash proof), and a 275 mAh rechargeable lithium polymer battery that is good for just 3 hours, or a total of 15 hours when use with the charging case.
If you are keen, you can pick up the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds from Razer.com starting today for $99.99.
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