One of the main problems with using wireless headphones is signal delay. It infuriates and when the video is out of sync, to say nothing of the games. This manifests itself most often on Android smartphones, and the problem affects most headphones, including expensive ones. Even the Sony WH-1000X M3s cannot handle this. However, Razer announced the Hammerhead True Wireless. And, it seems, everything is in order in this regard. They have a special “game mode” in which the minimum delay is 60 ms. Bluetooth 5.0 is used for communication, and the built-in batteries last for three hours.The kit comes with a charging case, capable of extending up to 12 hours. Reportedly, the headphones support a frequency range of 20–20,000 Hz, are equipped with 13 mm emitters, and support touch-sensitive playback control. There are built-in microphones, and “range” – up to ten meters. The novelty can already be bought for $ 100. Technically, they are similar to Apple AirPods, but they are inferior to the Pro version, because they lack active noise reduction and wireless charging.