One more product from Razer before we get on with other news of the day. Joining Razer’s growing list of gaming headphones is a hybrid wireless gaming and mobile headset called Razer Barracuda.
There is nothing that says it is a true wireless gaming earbuds for gaming than one that has a charging case that reminds you of the Nintendo Switch. A charging case that reminiscent of a Nintendo Switch console is what the Mixcder G1 has to offer.
If you have picked up the Xbox Series X or perhaps the Series S, Razer has a new gaming audio cans for your consideration. The Razer Kaira Pro Xbox Cloud Gaming Headset, as it is called, is designed specifically for the next-gen Xbox as well as Cloud gaming.
Well, this is a total surprise to me. This is the Bose QuietComfort 35 II. No not that QC35 II. It’s a new QC35 II tweaked for gaming and simply called Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset.
There is a new kid in the gaming earphones (or gaming in-ear headphones, if you will) in the market that promised to take audio immersion to the next level. The headphones is Drown Tactile Gaming Earphones from Scotland-based audio hardware company Drown Ltd..
It is easy enough to get a pair of gaming headphones, but it is not easy to find one that does not look like you have forgotten to switch out the audio cans before leaving home after a gaming session. If that matters to you, then take a look at the LucidSound LS50X Wireless Hybrid …
This one goes to all who demands the high-fidelity audio for movies and maybe, even gaming: the new Razer Opus wireless headphones. Straight away fans will noticed that the familiar three-headed snake is missing.
Claiming as the gaming earbuds with the world’s lowest latency, the Black Shark Ophidian Gaming Earbuds promised to fix audio lag typical of wireless gaming headphones. It is not a TWS earbuds, though; it is a neckband earbuds and so it is not quite wire-free kind of wireless.
Are your hands busy with gaming and yet, your stomach is growling in protest? Fret not because, Pringles Hunger Hammer is here to the rescue. Pringles Hunger Hammer is a 3D-printed accessory retrofitted to a pair of gaming headphones that, at a push of a button (unfortunately, you will need to manually trigger it), it …
You can now pick up a PewDiePie gaming headphones. This is not the first, btw. This is the second collab between Pewds and Razer, but this time round, it is the Razer Nari Ultimate getting the Pewds treatment.