Razer is no stranger when it comes to true wireless earbuds, but in case you felt that the company’s previous offering was a bit lacking in terms of features, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the company has since announced its latest pair of true wireless earbuds – the Razer Hammerhead Pro.

The company did previously release a non-Pro version called the Hammerhead, and as expected with the Pro model, it will come with active noise cancelling features. This means that if you wanted a pair of wireless earbuds that can easily slip into your pocket but also comes with noise cancellation, then these might be the earbuds for you.

The Hammerhead Pro will also come with support for THX audio, a bunch of ear tips in different sizes, and also a low-latency mode designed for gaming, so that your gaming audio will sync up with the gameplay, a problem that some lower-end wireless earphones suffer from. According to Razer, activating low-latency mode will reduce your latency to about 60ms, which the company says will result in up to 50 quicker reaction times.

This might just be marketing speak, but if you’re a fan of Razer’s products, it might be worth checking out anyway. The Razer Hammerhead Pro is priced at $200 and is available via Razer’s website.

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