As an update to the Hammerhead TWS earbuds from last year, Razer, the US-based gaming accessories and peripherals company has announced the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds with ‘advanced hybrid active noise cancellation'.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds feature a new in-ear design with 'Comply' foam tips to make sure that most users can find them comfortable. This should also result in improved passive noise isolation. Along with the said 'Comply' foam tips, the company is also bundling six additional sets of silicon tips – three smooth silicone sizes and three soft-silicone sizes – for a better-customised experience.
The earbuds themselves pack 10mm drivers and are THX-certified, ensuring that the sound quality is nothing short of impressive. Moreover, Razer has also fitted two microphones per earbud, including exterior and interior noise-cancelling microphones to nullify the outside sound.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds also come with ANC or ‘advanced hybrid active noise cancellation’. According to the company, it 'nullifies both external and unwanted internal noise by generating inverse sound waves simultaneously'.
Lastly, the earbuds are claimed to last for around 4 hours on a single charge, without ANC, with the case adding up 16 more hours on a single charge. The case can be recharged via a USB-C port. But sadly, there's no wireless charging support. The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro Earbuds are priced at $199 (roughly ₹14679) and are now on sale in the US, Canada, EU, China, and the Asia Pacific.