Two new additions to the Razer Hammerhead in-ear headset family. Digital connection regardless of Android or iOS – no 3.5 mm connection. Highly durable aluminum chassis, flat cables and bi-flange ear tips for passive noise isolation. Inline remote provides quick control of audio fidelity from 10 mm dynamic drivers.
Razer Hammerhead USB-C houses a custom-tuned DAC converter with digital output to produce clean, unprocessed audio from a USB-C enabled Android phone.
Razer Hammerhead for iOS Mercury Edition leverages digital output of Apple Lightning connector source-direct audio without processing for maximally pure, accurate, mobile sound.
Razer Hammerhead USB-C: 79.99 USD/ 89.99 EUR
Razer Hammerhead for iOS Mercury: 99.99 USD/ 109.99 EUR.
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The Razer Hammerhead USB-C is the perfect companion for the Razer Phone and other devices without 3.5 mm audio jacks. The Razer Hammerhead for iOS Mercury Edition blends with iPhone™ colors.
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Razer™ is the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers.
The triple-headed snake logo trademark of Razer is one of the most recognized icons in the global gaming community, and the company has a fan base that spans every continent. Razer has designed and built the world’s largest independent gamer ecosystem of hardware, software and services with over 35 million users.
Razer’s award-winning products include hardware such as high-performance gaming peripherals (for the PC and console platforms), the Razer Blade line of gaming laptops; software such as Razer Cortex (a game optimizer and launcher); and services such as Razer zGold (a virtual credit service and payment engine for gamers). The company additionally provides audio-visual certification through its subsidiary THX Ltd.
The company has a global footprint with nine offices worldwide and is recognized as the leading gaming brand in the USA, Europe and China.
Founded in 2005 and dual-headquartered in San Francisco and Singapore, Razer is backed by institutional investors such as IDG-Accel, Intel Capital, Digital Grid and Horizons Ventures.