When it comes to gaming peripherals, everyone knows that Razer makes some of the best and given that most gaming peripherals can be used in everyday life, the company naturally branched out to create gamer inspired lifestyle gear. One such line of products is the Razer Hammerhead line of in-ear headphones which we were fairly impressed with when we reviewed it way back in 2013.
Naturally, given the success of the Hammerhead series, Razer released a new Bluetooth version, the Hammerhead BT which we’ll be reviewing today.Razer Hammerhead BT Specifications Manufacturer Razer Model Hammerhead BT Type In-Ear Interface Bluetooth 4.1 + [...]
Razer is expanding their Hammerhead lineup of in-ear headphones with a new Hammerhead BT wireless headset as well as a new Hammerhead wired headset designed for use with iOS Lightning devices. The two new headphones complement the already existing Razer Hammerhead V2 and Razer Hammerhead Pro V2.
Similar to the rest of the Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets, the two new additions to the Hammerhead lineup will feature 10mm drivers along with a carrying case for easy transport.
Razer Hammerhead BT
Designed for gamers on the go, the new Razer Hammerhead BT is a Bluetooth headset featuring the sleek Razer Hammerhead in-ear headset [...]
Razer recently announced that they’ve revamped the Hammerhead In-Ear Gaming Headset, now offering “…more power, sound quality, durability and portability than ever before.” Aptly dubbed the Hammerhead V2 and the Hammerhead Pro V2, the new in-ear headphones now feature new flat cables rather than the older round cables and they also now pack 10mm drivers rather than the previous generation’s 8mm.
Aside from the changes, the Hammerhead V2 and the Pro V2 still sport a beautiful CNC milled aluminum finish and the Pro V2 model still sport an in line microphone fully compatible with iOS and Android devices. Of course, a 3.5mm [...]
Let’s face it. Gaming these days is a lot different when compared to gaming 10-15 years ago. What used to be an activity solely restricted to alone time at home in front of a PC, or in dark smelly LAN centers have transformed into a major industry with a number of major trends emerging as of late.
Earlier this year at CES 2013, one company that seems to be on top of these trends is SteelSeries and as a result of the shifting trends in the industry, SteelSeries unveiled a number of new gaming headsets – one of which is what we’ll be reviewing today – the SteelSeries Flux In-Ear Pro gaming headset. [...]
On the second day of the Gamescom convention held in Cologne, Germany, SteelSeries announced their latest gaming headset, the Siberia Elite. The original Siberia Gaming Headset was first introduced in 2004 and quickly rose to fame as one of the most comfortable and best sounding gaming headsets. Since then, SteelSeries has released many iterations of the Siberia, with the Siberia Elite being the newest member of the family.
Compared to the original Siberia, the Siberia Elite’s exterior is receiving a complete overhaul. It interits the large closed-ear earpads from the original Siberia, but they are now made out of memory foam [...]
I’ve always found it odd that while we have a general oversaturation of over the ear gaming headsets on the market, it’s comparatively quite rare to find in-ear headphones that are designed specifically for gaming. True, Razer has the Moray and SteelSeries recently launched the Flux In-Ear and In-Ear Pro, but generally speaking, not a whole lot of companies produce in ear headphones specifically designed for gaming. With internet cafes, LAN events, and tournaments being as loud as they are these days, it seems like in-ear gaming headsets should be the way to go given that they offer far superior passive noise cancellation in comparison [...]