Ah, Razer. We didn’t forget this brand but we haven’t heard anything about it since that Razer Phone 3 prototype we saw appearing with an unimpressive design. We also remember that Razer Kishi universal telescopic gaming controller with lag-free control for phones that we got to review. Over the weekend, we saw a new pair of headphones that will make the avid gamers excited especially those that are fans of the Razer brand. Meet the RAZER OPUS X wireless noise-canceling headphones.
The new wireless headphones from Razer comes with Active Noise Cancelling. It’s affordable at only $99 and is actually lower compared to older Razer Opus models. The pair boasts 40mm drivers with a circumaural design. There are large ear pads for comfort.
The pair features active noise-cancelation technology (ANC) that cancels out ambient noise with the help of external microphones. A Quick Attention Mode still allows outside sound to come inside through speakers when you need to hear your surroundings.
The Razer Opus X wireless noise-canceling headphones come with 60ms of latency and Bluetooth 5.0 connection. The latency is ideal for Gaming Mode.