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Razer Raiju Mobile controller and Hammerhead USB-C earphones released

11 October 2018 2

Razer has launched two new mobile gaming accessories named Raiju Mobile controller and Hammerhead USB-C ANC in-ear headphones. Both these accessories were announced alongside the unveiling of the Razer Phone 2 smartphone. These new releases are aimed at improving the gaming experience for mobile gamers.

Starting with the Razer Raiju Mobile controller, it is a device which is said to offer a gaming experience similar using a console controller. It features Bluetooth for connecting wirelessly with the smartphone and also has an adjustable phone mount for placing the connected phone for a better user experience. Like a console controller, there is a D-Pad on the left side but it is remappable which can come in handy in different situations. There is also a companion app for Android devices which can be used for further customization and personalization. It is claimed to last for up to 23 hours on a single charge.

As for the Razer Hammerhead USB-C ANC, these are in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC) and a USB Type-C port. It is said to draw power for offering ANC capabilities via the USB Type-C port of the smartphone. It further boasts Dual Driver technology and inbuilt DAC for delivering a premium audio experience. There are a microphone and in-line buttons to play/pause media and for other playback controls.

Razer has priced the Raiju Mobile controller at $149.99 with sales starting sometime in Q4 2018. The Razer Hammerhead USB-C ANC headphones will cost you $99.99 with sales starting October 22nd via Razer's online store.



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