Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless
Delivering an ultra-fast 2.4GHz wireless connection via its included USB-C dongle, the earbuds ensure seamless, low latency audio that meets the demands of competitive gaming on numerous platforms.
Active Noise Cancellation
Whether you’re gaming, grooving to your favorite beats, or watching a movie, eliminate all distractions with Active Noise Cancellation that detects and nullifies unwanted ambient noise.
Dual Environmental Noise Cancelling
Armed with smart microphones that detect, identify, and reduce unwanted background noise, voice communication on the Razer Hammerhead HyperSpeed is now clearer than ever.
Endowed with the increased bandwidth, range, and energy efficiency of Bluetooth 5.2, the earbuds last longer and automatically connect to their last paired device for easy handling.
Razer Chroma™ RGB
With 16.8 million colors and a suite of effects to choose from, bring out your style and stand out from the crowd with the ultimate wireless earbud flex.
Up to 30 Hours of
Enjoy hours of use with optimized power management and an included charging case that allows for more gaming and less charging.
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What devices are compatible with this product?
PS5™, PS4™, PC, Mac, smartphones, tablets, and handheld gaming devices with Bluetooth audio capability or USB-C / USB-A port.
What’s the difference between Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless and Bluetooth connectivity?
Razer™ HyperSpeed uses our low latency, 2.4GHz wireless technology found in Razer gaming headsets. It provides lag-free wireless performance when gaming. Bluetooth is recommended for more casual gaming sessions when latency is not too much of a concern or when taking calls, listening to music, and watching videos on-the-go.
Is there a special compartment to carry the USB-C dongle along with the product?
No. In most cases, the dongle will likely be kept plugged into the gaming console or computer. While on-the-go, Bluetooth will be the primary mode of connectivity to compatible devices.
When connected to a device via the dongle and another via Bluetooth simultaneously, is it possible for audio from both sources to be mixed in together at the same time?