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.

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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.

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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.

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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.