When it comes to gaming audio peripherals, Razer is certainly one of the most well-known name in the scene. That being said, the company has recently started to pay more attention to music lovers by tuning some of its gaming audio products such as Razer Electra, Hammerhead and Kraken to make them appealing to such users.
Naturally, the next move for Razer is to have products that are fully focused for music lovers and that is exactly how the newly announced Razer Adaro series fits into the picture. Made to cater various requirements from customers out there, the most affordable model in the series is the Adaro In-Ear Earphones which is equipped with a pair of 10mm neodymium drivers together with aircraft-grade aluminium body and flat anti-tangle cable.
For the fans of headphones, the series also features the new Adaro Stereo Headphones that comes with 40mm neodymium drivers, adjustable frame and leatherette ear cushions. Additionally, there is also the Adaro Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Headphones which is almost identical to the Adaro Stereo Headphones; just without the cord. With a battery life of up to 20 hours, the Adaros Wireless Headphones also comes with built-in aptX codec to ensure CD-like audio quality over Bluetooth connection.
Razer Adaro DJ Heaphones.
Razer certainly didn’t stop there though: the company has also unveiled the Adaro DJ headphones which is essentially the highest end model in the family. Designed for DJ, the closed cup headphones comes standard with fully adjustable and foldable frame as well as 50mm drivers, leatherette noise-isolating ear cushions and swappable cable system.
Scheduled for release throughout the world starting from February 2014 onwards, the Razer Adaro audio series carries a price tag of RM 319, RM 399, RM 569 and RM 759 respectively. To learn more, check out the series official website at www.razerzone.com.