Monday, April 13th 2020

Razer Launches China Exclusive Pokémon Pikachu True Wireless Earphones

If your looking for a new pair of wireless earbuds and don't care about the sound quality, battery life, or features but require the most stylish headphones available the Razer Pokémon Pikachu True Wireless earphones may be for you. The Razer Pokémon Pikachu True Wireless earphones are a special edition version of their Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds. The charging case has become a Poke ball with front button LED indicator light.

As with the Razer's Hammerhead True Wireless Earbuds the Pokémon Pikachu True Wireless earphones have 13 mm drivers, IPX4 water resistance and Bluetooth 5.0. For gaming the earbuds come with an low latency mode which reduces latency to 60 ms, along with customized voice prompts voiced by Pikachu. The earbuds will be available to purchase for $140 via Tmall when they launch in China on April 16th.
Source: Razer Weibo
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2 Comments on Razer Launches China Exclusive Pokémon Pikachu True Wireless Earphones

#1
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
I have the newer Hammerheads and I can attest they are significantly better than the 2nd generation Apple EarPods in low-end and mid-range frequencies so there is a noticiable "oomph" and overall sound quality, especially for $99. The only bad thing about it is the lack of any modern Bluetooth codec (e.g. no aptX or LDAC, but the "gaming mode" helps with the latency), shorter range than the EarPods and the short battery life.
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#2
Caring1
People still play Pokemon?
Niantic is doing a great job trying to kill it by banning millions of players, good job.
No sensible company would say we don't need your business, especially to that many people.
At best this might become a collector's item.
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