Razer has launched new Opus X wireless earbuds at a cheap price and with exciting features. These headphones mark Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and a low latency gaming mode. The pair comes with built-in microphones for calling and gaming functions and custom 40mm drivers for a high audio experience. To add to the ANC, there is also a “Quick Attention” mode that lets in outside sound. The Opus X wireless headphones can be paired using the Razer Audio app accessible on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. The wireless-only headphones come with plush faux leather ear pads and an adaptable headband for extra comfort.

Opus X price, sale

The Opus X is priced at $99.99 in the US (around Rs. 7,300) and is on sale in the region on Razer’s official website. Wireless headphones are accessible in three colors: green, mercury and quartz. Opus X comes with a 2 year assurance and 14 day risk free return offer.

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Opus X specifications, features

The new cheap headphones have an adjustable padded leatherette headband to accommodate different head sizes. They also have a rotating circumaural ear cup design and leatherette ear pads for good grip and ease. It has buttons for volume as well as a center button designed for multiple use. It can be used to change between low latency “game mode” and normal mode. There’s also a power button that allows you switch between ANC and “Quick Attention” modes along with a status indicator. At the bottom of the right ear cup, it has a USB Type-C port for charging and a mic diaphragm. The Opus X does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack and can only be used through Bluetooth.

The headphones have a frequency response of 20Hz to 20,000Hz and come with traditional 40mm drivers and Bluetooth v5 support. Razer claims that the Opus X wireless headphones can work up to 30 hours with ANC on and up to 40 hours with ANC off. For users, its “game mode” allows a low latency 60ms connection. More headset controls are available via the Razer Audio app.

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