Razer has been full of surprises this final week. First, a company launched a Razer Phone early in a US, and now we’re removing another surprise: a span of USB Type-C earbuds. Dubbed a Razer Hammerhead, a USB Type-C earbuds are adult for sale on Razer’s website.
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Razer boasts some decent facilities for a Hammerhead. They come with large, 10mm drivers, a built-in microphone, and a 3 symbol controller. The three-button control switch includes a volume rocker and a core symbol that can do things like skip marks or answer a phone. That accompanies a prosaic cable, 3 sets of ear tips, and immature and black design. Since a connector is USB Type-C instead of a 3.5 mm plug, a earbuds also residence all of a electronics. It’s apparently done for a Razer Phone. However, it should work a same on many phones with a USB Type-C pier but most of a problem. Here are some some-more of a technical specs:
Razer claims that these have deep, distortion-free bass. There’s no approach to know that definitively but giving them a listen. However, since a list of decent USB Type-C headphones or earbuds is so short, it won’t take most for these to be among a best in their category. Admittedly, they also demeanour flattering good. The black and immature is a good demeanour for earbuds. The prosaic wire should make it formidable to get them tangled up. That’s always a and with earbuds.
The earbuds are accessible on Razer’s website for $79.99. They are now out of stock, though. You can have a site forewarn we when they’re behind in stock, whenever that might be. Hit a symbol above to check them out.