In addition to the Android console for cloud gaming, Razer also introduced the Hammerhead HyperSpeed headphones, adapted to work with the Xbox and PlayStation consoles. They support active noise cancellation, which is responsible for a pair of microphones, and Chroma RGB lighting.
For quick connection and minimal latency, the headphones come with a transmitter that plugs into the console. Razer promises that using the transmitter reduces latency to 25-35ms.
Interestingly, the green and black Xbox version works with Sony and Microsoft consoles, while the white and blue version is limited to PlayStation support: its transmitter does not have a special security chip for working with the Xbox. Both versions connect to 2.4 GHz networks and use Bluetooth 5.2 to work with mobile devices.
Headphones work up to 8 hours on a single charge, the case increases autonomy up to 30 hours. They can be charged via USB-C or wirelessly with Qi charging.
Both versions of the Razer Hammerhead HyperSpeed are priced at $150 and will go on sale in November. In addition to headphones and a transmitter, the kit also includes a USB-C to USB-A adapter: for connecting to computers without free USB-C or Xbox Series S/X.