Razer is introducing the Opus X, a brand new headset to its already extensive audio collection, which will be available today for a much lower price than you might expect.
The launch of the Razer Opus X demonstrates that Razer is committed to delivering stylish, high-performing products. The price at which Razer is offering these is even more surprising. Because Razer products, such as this one, are more expensive.
The Opus X is the company’s second headset overall, and the first to bear the “X” moniker. Razer products are used to indicate a less expensive version of the company’s products. The Hammerhead True Wireless X is another new product from Razer in this category. Those, however, appear to be available only in the United Kingdom at the moment.
The Razer Opus X will be available in three colors for $99 each
In comparison to the original Opus, the Opus X costs $99. You will, however, lose a feature or two if you choose this model. You get a trio of fun colors (Mercury, Quartz, and Green) and a lower price, but you lose the THX certification. This is something that the regular Opus headphones provide.
Despite this, the Opus X still includes Active Noise Cancellation. So you can tune out the rest of the world and concentrate on what you’re listening to. They also have a low-latency gaming mode of 60ms. The Opus does not have this feature because Razer intended them to be more of an entertainment set of headphones.
The Opus X is said to have two built-in microphones that deliver “crystal-clear” vocals for voice calls, in-game chat, and even video conferencing, according to Razer. If you find yourself using these in your weekly Zoom meetings, please let us know.
The Quick Attention Mode is one of the better features Razer has included in recent audio products, such as the Hammerhead True Wireless Pro. Consider this an ambient mode in which some sound is allowed in through the headphones so you can hear your music while also hearing what’s going on around you. It’s the ideal feature for when you’re checking out at the store. Or, in general, anywhere you need to communicate.
This is also available on Opus X. As a result, you can seamlessly switch between ANC and Quick Attention Mode as needed.
If you want to get your hands on the Opus X, you can do so on Razer’s website in Mercury, Quartz, or Green. One thing to keep in mind is that the Green model will only be available through Razer.com and the Razer Store. The other two, on the other hand, should eventually appear at other retailers.