In its bid to be competitive in the TWS earbuds space, Razer announced a Pro version of its Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds. Unlike its vanilla sibling, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro employs an in-ear design with 7(!) different pairs of tips for the best possible fit. You can choose between 3 smooth silicone tips, 3 soft silicone tips, or Comply foam tips.
Also new to the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro is Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation, which was borrowed from the Opus headphones. This tech works as each earbud has interior and exterior noise-cancelling microphones that analyze sound outside the buds and the oone going into your ear. For a better ANC performance, the companion app lets you verify if you have the right sound isolation.
While the drivers are slightly smaller at 10mm compared to the Hammerhead True Wireless, the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro are THX-certified. Like its vanilla sibling, there is low-latency mode that brings down latency to 60ms. With all the new features, the only thing that the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro lacks is wireless charging––top ups are still done via USB-C.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro will retail for $199(~Php 9.6k), and there is no word when they will be available in the Philippines.