Razer Opus X – Wireless Low Latency Headset with ANC Technology

  • Active noise cancellation (ANC) technology for an uninterrupted audio experience wherever one is: whether one is grooving to their favorite beats, watching a movie, or gaming, eliminate all distractions with active noise cancellation that detects and nullifies unwanted ambient noise
  • Bluetooth 5.0 for greater reliability, energy efficiency and range: featuring higher bandwidth, longer range, and lower power consumption, bluetooth 5.0 offers a reliable wireless connection that is energy efficient for prolonged battery life
  • 60ms low latency connection for more synchronized gaming on bluetooth devices: activate gaming mode to fire up the headset’s wireless performance while gaming or watching videos on bluetooth devices for a more seamless experience
  • Custom-tuned 40 mm drivers for clear and immersive sound: armed with custom-tuned 40mm drivers, the Opus X provides a rich audio experience that elevates one’s enjoyment, delivering clear highs and mids, as well as deep, punchy bass
  • Built-in microphones for vocal clarity during video and phone calls: with internal microphones dedicated to voice communication, the Opus X ensures one always hear everyone in their conference calls with clarity

Was £99.99

Now £50.00

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