When it comes to true wireless earbuds, Razer is definitely no stranger to that scene. However, the company has since debuted a new set of earbuds in the form of the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless X, which they claim are a set of true wireless earphones that have been optimized with gamers in mind.

Usually when we see headphones or earphones they tend to be optimized for things like music and movies, but given that Razer’s a gaming company, a pair of gaming optimized earbuds seems par for the course. So what makes these more suited for gaming compared to other headphones or earbuds?

According to Razer, this is thanks to features like a 60ms low latency mode that will help deliver sound to your ears with minimal delay. Users can also make adjustments to the soundscape to better suit their preference, remap touch gestures, and as expected given that this is a Razer product, the ability to customize the lighting effect.

Each earbud comes with a 13mm custom-tuned driver and according to Razer, is good for 24 hours of use with lighting enabled, and 28 hours without. If you’re interested in getting your hands on them, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless X earbuds are priced at £69.99 and are available via Razer’s website.

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