Designed for both gaming and music especially for those who are on the go, Razer today have launched a brand new in-ear headsets series called Hammerhead. Available in standard and pro models, both variants featured machine-crafted aluminium body which also houses their 9mm neodymium drivers.
Each Hammerhead’s shell is also built with inner acoustic chambers that are said to be sonically optimized to deliver a strong bass while still able maintain a good level of mids and highs. The headsets also come with interchangeable ear tips in three different sizes as well as a pair of bi-flanged ear-tips. A carrying case is also included with each headsets.
There is only one thing that actually separates between a standard Razer Hammerhead and the pro version is that the latter is equipped with something extra: a built-in omni-directional microphone and in-line remote. Additionally, it is also accompanied by an audio/mic splitter cable.
The new Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets series will be heading to stores throughout the world starting from August with a price tag of RM 160 (USD 49.99) for standard version and RM 224 (USD 69.99) for the pro variant. For further information, just head on to www.razerzone.com.
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