Generally, when we talk about gaming-oriented headset models, we focus on robust headsets that allow you to fully immerse yourself in an immersive experience. Brands like Razer have proposals of this type, such as the Kaira X , but now it is the turn of an “in-ear” option called the Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed .
Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed is the new generation of small headphones designed to meet the expectations of the most demanding gamers, as it includes customizable noise cancellation, lower latency with current consoles, THX audio certification and, of course, in this segment, up to an RGB lighting system.
Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed Features
Razer Hammerhead Pro Hyperspeed promise to be spectacular
The first thing you will find with these small headphones is a maximum freedom of use that requires a Bluetooth connection ( (latest version available 5.3) to synchronize with any device you have at hand. Taking into account that most will use them with gaming platforms , a small USB dongle is included with your purchase that synchronizes them with a PlayStation console, Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck or directly to a computer using a 2.4 GHz frequency to reduce latency to below 40 milliseconds.
At the operational level, the THX audio certification has been added as a differential characteristic that optimizes the frequency response levels as well as distortion at high output levels. To keep you oblivious to everything but your game, hybrid active noise cancellation technology allows you to customize the amount of ambient sound that will filter into your headphones through the official App from the manufacturer.
Although it may seem exaggerated in such low-dimensional accessories, the customizable backlight technology of the house, Razer Chroma RGB, once again says present for you to modify the color on its surface in a combination with more than 16.8 million options of hues , different patterns and dynamic lighting effects that can complement the rest of your desktop setup.
When it comes to storing them, you will have a small case on hand that is responsible for recharging your battery through wireless charging technology under Qi technology (it also has a Type-C port for wired charging). While the Razer Hammerhead Pro HyperSpeed can run for 6.5 hours on a single charge , just putting it in the case can charge it up to four times for a total of 24 extra hours of use.