If there is one thing that Razer is known for, it would be for their love of adding RGB lighting to just about everything, whether it be their keyboards, mice, microphones, mouse pads, and so on, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise that they are adding lighting to their audio products as well.

Take for example Razer’s recently announced Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds. These are a new set of wireless earbuds for gamers where they will come with features like a 60ms low latency Gaming Mode, active noise cancellation, and of course, Razer Chroma RGB to help make the entire setup pop.

If the Hammerhead brand is familiar to you, it is because the company launched the first iteration of the Hammerhead True Wireless back in 2019. The company later announced a $200 “Pro” version, which kind of doubled the price of the earbuds, but in case you don’t want to pay that much, the new model will retail for $130 (a $30 increase over the originals).

According to Razer, with both RGB and active noise cancelling turned off, you can expect about 6.5 hours of playtime on a single charge, and an additional 26 hours with the charging case; or if you want both RGB and noise cancelling on, it will last you about 4 hours and 20 minutes.

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