Razer seems to be engaged on a second era of its non-gaming Opus wi-fi headphones.
Digging down into the changelog of the most recent Razer Audio app on Android, XDA Developers discovered that one entry on the listing of appropriate gadgets is but to be launched: the Razer Opus X.
Exploring additional, the app suggests the Razer Opus X will promote in 5 completely different shades: Black, Inexperienced, Mercury, Quartz and, mysteriously, “X Version”. The location discovered photographs for 3 of the color schemes, which we’ve included above.
As you possibly can see, that is fairly a change from the unique Razer Opus, which just about went out of its approach to conceal the daring model that gaming equipment sometimes embrace. In our Razer Opus review, we praised a “splendidly smooth” design that eschewed extra garish design thrives.
In contrast, these photos present a set of headphones with a extra playful edge and sure with a cheaper price level to match. The ‘X’ branding is used on the Razer Hammerhead True Wi-fi X earbuds, afterall – and people are a less expensive model of the corporate’s Razer Hammerhead True Wi-fi Professional buds.
There’s not a lot else we will glean from the images, aside from that they appear to have the identical structure as the unique Razer Opus headphones and cost through USB-C. The looks within the app suggests a launch received’t be too far off.
Assuming the worth is correct and sound high quality stays strong, Razer could possibly be on to a winner right here. Regardless of coming into the crowded audio market from the gaming sector, the unique Razer Opus sits proudly on our listing of the best wireless headphones you should purchase at this time. If Razer can cut back the £199 asking value with out harming the sound high quality an excessive amount of, then there’s no motive to consider that the Opus X couldn’t additionally make the listing.
Now we have reached out to Razer for remark, and can replace if and after we hear again.