Razer presented a couple of new products: Hammerhead True Wireless Pro TWS headphones with active noise canceling and the Tomahawk modular computer based on Intel NUC architecture.
Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro
The model is radically different from the Hammerhead True Wireless, a review of which we published on the site last winter:
First, the headphones’ shape has changed, and they have become in-ear to provide noise cancellation. It comes with six different silicone ear cushions and foam tips to fit your ear.
Secondly, the charging case has changed. Now the headphones look more like AirPods Pro and analogs than the first version.
In terms of sound, the headphones are equipped with 10mm drivers that deliver “clear sound, bass and zero distortion at high volume.” The signal transmission delay time is 60 ms.
The battery life and the case are 20 hours (4 hours of headphones and 16 additional hours from the case). Charging is done via USB Type-C.
Headphones are available to order on the Razer website at 199 dollars in the USA and 209 euros in Europe.
The modular computer is made on the Intel NUC architecture, which placed all the components in a compact 10-liter case. The body is made of metal and equipped with proprietary RGB backlighting—tempered glass on both sides.
The Intel NUC platform houses a Core i9-9980HK processor (2.9 GHz), 16 GB of RAM (VVK4) and 512 GB of permanent memory (PCIe NVMe), plus 2 TB HDD.
There is a version with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 video card, but you can choose a computer without it. In the latter version, a PCIe slot will be available for your own installation.
Currently, the computer is not available for purchase, but you can leave mail to inform about the start of sales. The version without a video card will cost 2399 dollars. For the version with the video card, you will have to pay 3199 dollars.