Powerhouse gaming company, Razer, has announced their new wireless audio product, the Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed, complete with ultra-low latency audio and versatility across multiple gaming platforms including PC, PlayStation, smartphones and handhelds such as the Nintendo Switch or Steam Deck.
“Razer is committed to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in gaming. With the Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed, we’re not just offering gamers another pair of wireless earbuds, we’re answering a call for precision, performance, and cross-platform versatility that’s been long echoed in the gaming community,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Hardware Business Unit.
The Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed arrive with THX certification giving the user an assurance of quality, consistency and audio performance. It does this through a consistent frequency response, low distortion, and noise isolation. Gamers can thus be assured of the audio fidelity of these true wireless earbuds right out of the box.
One of the main features gamers want though is low-latency audio so that they are hearing the action as close as possible to when it is happening in front of them. Using the 2.4GHz dongle included with the earbuds, the Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed can achieve a low-latency audio performance of less than 40ms. With Bluetooth, the audio latency is also impressive with a latency of 60ms possible and the Bluetooth 5.3 compatibility offers connectivity across multiple devices.
The Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed come housed in a Qi-compatible fast wireless charging case which holds an additional 24 hours of battery life, make them the ideal companion for gaming out on the road. They also include customisable RGB lighting as you would expect with a gaming product.
For more information head on over to Razer.com. The recommended retail pricing on the Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed when they arrive in Australasia in the next month or so will be $369.95 AUD / $409.95 NZD.