Hammerhead Pro is of course a set of real wireless earbuds, so they are suitable for “normal” use: music and video. To keep you locked in, this model offers the “advanced” hybrid ANC. Pro earplugs have microphones inside and out to detect unwanted noise before they “generate inverse sound waves.” Hammerhead Pro also offers touch controls to activate a fast alert mode, play music, make calls and call a virtual assistant. These movements can be reconfigured in the Razer companion app, where you can also adjust the EQ and take a fit test to make sure you have selected the right earplugs. The earplugs are IPX4-classified, so they should withstand sweat and splashes just fine.
Like the penetrating Hammerhead model, this Pro version lacks battery life. Razer promises only four hours on the earplugs even with four extra costs in the case. The company also sells a TPU case for the case, complete with a carabiner hook to cut on a bag or other.
Hammerhead True Wireless Pro is available today from Razer.com for $ 200 (€ 21