Razer introduces Razer Adaro headphone series
A brand new year would also mean ushering in a new slew of devices for the masses, if you happen to be a consumer electronics manufacturer. Well, the folks over at Razer know this, which is why they have just announced the spanking new Razer Adaro series, which is a new family of headphones that was specially designed for personal entertainment. This new audio range will initially boast of a quartet of models: bass-heavy earphones, analog stereo headphones, Bluetooth headphones and DJ-style headphones. All of the Razer Adaro family will boast of a heavy focus on durability, comfort and uncompromising sound quality for music enjoyment.
Normally, Razer is more well known for its gaming peripherals, but the Razer Adaro series would be a different kettle of fish altogether as it shows how the company intends to move into the personal entertainment audio space. All of the four Razer Adaro products will be available for pre-order at the moment in case you are interested, where they will combine killer sound that is crammed within a sleek, robust, aluminum body while sporting a convenient, compact carrying case. We are talking about pure listening pleasure on-the-go here, people.
It is said that the Razer Adaro headphone series have been crafted and engineered to exacting standards, so much so that putting a pair on would provide a solid in-ear aural experience. Precision-milled out of aircraft grade aluminum while sporting a finish with diamond-cut edges, I guess you can more or less classify this as sounding as good as it looks. Underneath the cans, one ought to be able to come across high-performance, custom-tuned 10 mm neodymium drivers which have been sonically optimized in order to complement their inner acoustics chambers, delivering crisp stereo sound. The interchangeable ear tips will arrive in three different sizes, while bi-flange attachments have been thrown into the mix to personalize the fit. The asking price? $79.99 or €79.99 a pop, depending on which side of the Atlantic you live in.