Razer is understood for aggressively designed, gaming-friendly gear, however its new Opus X lively noise cancelling (ANC), over-ear Bluetooth headphones look like aimed no less than partly at mainstream customers.
The comparatively minimalist headphones supply an accessible value level and a few fascinating options.
Sibling headphones: Opus X follows Opus
Launched in June, the Opus X cans observe final yr’s launch of the Opus, Razer’s first over-ear headphones with ANC. Opus headphones go for $200. At $99, Opus X retains ANC know-how, loses THX-certification and prices half as a lot as the unique Opus.
Low latency however no wired use
What’s extra, Razer stated it minimized latency within the Opus X, bringing it all the way down to 60 ms in gaming mode. That’s an enchancment over the pricier Opus.
And that decrease latency could also be essential for avid gamers utilizing these cans. Razer didn’t embody a 3.5mm audio enter jack. Wired audio helps with latency, however not with the Opus X. They’re Bluetooth solely.
Opus X headphones are optimized for ergonomics, that includes an adjustable leatherette headstrap and ear cups that may swivel and tilt for consolation.
Razer stated a full cost of the Opux X battery through a USB-C port in the best cup can last as long as 30 hours with ANC on and 40 hours with it off.
The headphones, which embody microphones for voice communication, are available inexperienced, pink and white colours.