Razer launches Hammerhead USB-C in-ear headphones

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    Gaming laptop major Razer has launched USB-Type C in-ear headphones called the Hammerhead USB-C. Priced at $79.99, the Razer Hammerhead earphones come with a custom carry case at the Razer store.
    The earphones come in Black and Neon-Green colour combination with the ear pieces being black and the 1.3m cable being the rubberized flat cable being Neon Green. The earpieces are also magnetic therefore can be snapped together when not in use.
    According to the company, the Razer Hammerhead USB-C houses a custom-tuned DAC converter that leverages its digital output to produce clean, unprocessed audio that comes straight from the source. It has 10 mm drivers with a frequency response of 20 Hz – 20kHz and an impendence of 32Ω. It has an in-line microphone with a frequency response of 100 Hz-10,000 Hz and three buttons — volume controllers and a centre button that performs functions such as accept/end call, change tracks, fast forward/rewind.
    The Hammerhead USB-C earphones are essentially made to work with the recently launched Android-based smartphone from Razor. Simply called the Razer Phone, the smartphone was available for pre-order in the US at $699 and recently started shipping.
    Coming from a gaming laptops company, the Razor Phone is too aimed at gamers and comes with the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, clubbed alongside 8GB RAM and Adreno 540 GPU. It also includes a Game Booster feature that lets users customise the gaming experience on the smartphone. The handset sports a 5.7-inch QHD (1440 x 2560 pixels) IGZO LCD display with up to 120Hz refresh rate and Wide Colour Gamut (WCG). The front panel is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
    For storage, it offers 64GB UFS inbuilt storage and a microSD card support of up to 2TB. The device sports a dual rear camera setup — a 12MP f/1.75 wide-angle sensor along with a 13MP f/2.6 zoom sensor. At the front users get an 8MP fixed-focus f/2.0 sensor.

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