IntroductionRazer has always been known to produce some of the best mice and sensors on the market. They established their reputation with the Razer Diamondback series mice, which are some of the best performing mice aimed at medium to high sensitivity gamers. Razer's slogan has always been "For Gamers. By Gamers". It says it all in my opinion.
Not long ago Razer gave birth to a new company called Razer Pro|Solutions. Razer Pro|Solutions focuses on producing high-end hardware for users of Apple products. All of the Pro products are held in either a clean white color or a sleek black design.
Today I will be taking a look at the newest addition to the Razer Pro|Solutions product line-up, namely the Pro|Tones m250. The m250 constitutes a small revolution for Razer, the headphones clip on to your ears, allowing them to be larger than the usual ear plugs, while still being quite compact. This should bring a new level of audio fidelity to those who want compact yet powerful headphones.
Technical specifications from Razer Pro|Solutions:
- Frequency Response: 50 ~ 20,000Hz
- Dynamic Transducer
- Impedance: 32 ohms
- Max Sound Pressure Level (SPL): 105dB
- Cable Length: 1.15/ 3.77ft
- 3.5mm connector plug
- Max Power Rating 50mW
- Weight 38g (with cable)
PackageThe Razer Pro|Solutions Pro|Tones m250 come in a hard plastic blister package. One of the things you notice right away is the rather odd design of the headphones themselves. While this is quite unusual they do look nice and should go well with Apple music players.
As with the m100, Razer ships the m250s with a neoprene carrying bag and a jet-adapter. The part about the bundle that I personally value the most is definitely the black bag, as I often have my MP3-player and headphones lying around in my backpack.
The neoprene used to make the carrying bag is quite thick and should provide sufficient protection for the headphones. It has compartments on the inside, where you can store the cord and jet-adapter.