Of course, the Hammerhead Pro is a set of true wireless headphones, so they are suitable for “normal” use: music and video. To help you stay locked in, this model offers “advanced” hybrid ANC. The Pro headphones have microphones inside and out to detect unwanted noise before “generating reverse sound waves”. The Hammerhead Pro also offers touch controls to activate a Quick Attention Mode, play music, take calls, and summon a virtual assistant. These gestures can be reconfigured in the Razer’s companion app, where you can also adjust the EQ and perform a fit test to make sure you’ve selected the right tips. The headphones are also rated IPX4, so they should be resistant to sweat and splashing.
Like the perverted Hammerhead model, this Pro version falls short when it comes to battery life. Razer only promises four hours on the headphones themselves with an additional four in the case. The company also sells a TPU case for the holster, with a carabiner to clip onto a bag or other item.
The Hammerhead True Wireless Pro is available today on Razer.com for $ 200 (€ 210). The optional additional case is $ 30 (€ 35). Both will go on sale at other retailers later this month.