Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro earbuds launched with advanced hybrid ANC, touch controls and 60 ms Bluetooth latency
Over a year has passed since Razer unveiled its first pair of TWS earbuds. In the meantime, the company released a Pokémon-themed model, which featured a Poké ball-shaped charging case. Now, Razer has launched the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro, its 'Pro' answer to the regular Hammerhead True Wireless. As the name suggests, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro builds on what its predecessor offers.
Like Razer's first TWS earbuds, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro support touch controls and a low-latency Bluetooth audio connection. According to Razer, activating gaming mode reduces the latency of the earbuds to 60 ms, although the latency value with the mode disabled is unclear.
The earbuds can also integrate with voice assistants and are IPX4 certified. Oddly, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro has smaller drivers than the older model, 10 mm for the Pro and 13 mm for the regular version, but the former are now THX certified. Additionally, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro has more microphones and up to 4 hours longer battery life thanks to its redesigned charging case.
Razer includes more tips with the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro than the regular model, too. In total, Razer bundles seven pairs of ear tips - six silicone ones and one pair of Comply premium foam tips. Moreover, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro supports hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC), another improvement on the older model.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro are available for US$199.99 and are shipping now. Razer sells a protective and branded case for the earbuds too, that retails for US$29.99.