Razer’s new Hammerhead USB Type-C ear buds sell for $79

Razer just released an Android smartphone, Razer Phone, and what better to go along with it than a pair of Razer ear buds. The company has a new pair of Hammerhead ear buds available now for $79.

Razer, the gaming company behind the new Razer Phone, is now selling new Hammerhead ear buds with USB Type-C to compliment your Razer Phone, or most other devices missing the 3.5mm plug.

This actually isn’t the first time Razer has released ear buds, but its old pair of Hammerheads relied on the more conventional 3.5mm headphone jack. This new pair features USB Type-C for all the smartphones out there that ditch the “old” jack. The Razer Phone is one of these devices, leaving out the 3.5mm jack for a single USB Type-C charging port that can output audio. This has been the case for many of today’s high-end smartphones.

The new buds are similar in design as the last pair featuring the Razer logo on each bud, a flat Neon Green cable, Black colored volume rocker (with built-in mic) and charging plug, as well as Black-colored tips for three ear sizes. So in essence, this accessory would match your Razer Phone nicely, especially if you bought the special edition with Razer’s Neon Green logo. These headphones also make use of a custom-tuned DAC for better audio quality.

You can grab these at Razer’s online market place linked below for $79, and they’ll ship almost immediately.

SOURCE [Razer]

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