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Razer, a leading supplier of computer peripherals oriented on gamers, announced the launch of the Razer Hammerhead series of in-ear headsets, two all-new audio solutions for mobile gaming and music.

The Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets offer durability and high audio quality from their 9mm neodymium drivers. The headsets come in two versions – the Razer Hammerhead and the Razer Hammerhead Pro, with the latter sporting an in-line omnidirectional microphone with one-touch phone call control for crystal-clear, convenient voice communication with mobile devices on the go.

Both in-ear headsets are machined out of aircraft-grade aluminum, promising extreme durability, while maintaining a lightweight and comfortable form factor. Thanks to interchangeable ear-tips included in three sizes and optional bi-flange attachments, the Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets offer ultimate sound isolation. With a matte, brushed surface finish, these in-ear monitors look as good as they sound.

“With numerous mobile PC gaming systems emerging, peripherals that offer both great performance and portability on-the-go are what make the experience complete. The Razer Hammerhead and Hammerhead Pro’s unrivalled durability and deep bass tones are fantastic for any gamer or music listener with an active lifestyle,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director.

The inner acoustics chambers of the Razer Hammerhead in-ear headsets feature a sonically optimized design to increase aural resonance. Paired with high-performance, precision-tuned, 9mm neodymium drivers, the headsets produce a sound signature packing strong bass while maintaining crystal clear mid-levels and highs. The Razer Hammerhead comes through with a full-bodied low-end frequency, pounding in the beats without distortion.

Razer promises to start shipments of Hammerhead and Hammerhead Pro headsets this August. Recommended pricing for Hammerhead is $49.99/€49.99, Hammerhead Pro has recommended price of $69.99/€69.99.

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