Razer launches pocket-friendly Opus X wireless headphones with more features

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Razer Opus X wireless headphones come in three colour options — Green, Mercury, and Quartz.

Singaporean-American multinational technology company, Razer has released new Opus X wireless headphones that are both inexpensive and feature-rich.

These headphones come with active noise cancellation (ANC) and a low-latency gaming mode. The headphones have built-in microphones for calling and gaming, as well as custom-tuned 40mm drivers for a rich audio experience.

In addition to ANC, there’s also a ‘Quick Attention’ mode that lets the outside sound in. The Opus X wireless headphones can be paired using the Razer Audio app, which is available on both Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

According to the company, “The wireless-only headphones come with plush leatherette ear cushions and an adjustable headband for comfort.”

The wireless headphones come in three color options and they are Green, Mercury, and Quartz. Opus X comes with a 2-year warranty and a 14-day risk-free return offer. The price range for the new Opus X wireless headphones starts at $ 99.99, as per the reports.

Opus X features

The new headphones have a padded leatherette headband that adjusts to fit different head sizes. They also have a rotatable circumaural ear cup design and leatherette ear cushions for grip and ease. There are volume buttons on the side, as well as a multi-function button in the middle. It can be used to shuffle between the low-latency ‘Gaming Mode’ and normal mode.

There’s also a power button that lets you switch between ANC and ‘Quick Attention’ modes along with a status indicator. A USB Type-C charging port and a mic diaphragm are located on the bottom of the right earcup.

The headphones include a 20Hz to 20,000Hz frequency response and Bluetooth v5 connectivity. Razer noted that the Opus X wireless headphones can last up to 30 hours with ANC on and up to 40 hours with ANC off. Its ‘Gaming Mode’ allows a 60ms low-latency connection for users. The Razer Audio app allows for more control over your headphones.

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