Razer is indeed well-established in PC accessories space – manufacturing some exceptional mice, keyboard and more for game lovers. And with the latest and greatest Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless Gaming Headset in Australia, it’s bringing something fresh to the scene which actually lets you feel your game.
With a help of Nari Ultimate Gaming Headset, Razer is constantly nurturing a bar for the competition. Manufacturing a HyperSense which is a wireless PC Gaming Headset – backed by intelligent haptic feedback developed by Lofelt. That handset converts sound signals into dynamic touch-sensory feedback in real time.
How does it Work?
When you start receiving an audio signal in game, your joypads provide echoing in a form of vibrations. With different intensities, vibrations flow perfectly from the left to right side. However, it depends on where the audio cues are coming from in the game.
For example, while playing a game, if an explosion occurs, a slight shake and distant audio will follow that but in close proximity, the sound effect will jump up and give you a perfect feel of the cue.
- Bulky Foam with Plush Leatherette: A perfect mixer of sound isolation and comfort.
- Hidden Concave Eyewear Channels: Removes pressure from glasses for giving eyes relief
- Cooling Gel-Infused Cushions: As the name suggests, it reduces the heat build-up while intense gaming sessions.
- Unibody Aluminum Frame: A Durable and lightweight body for using a long period of time.
Everything isn’t just perfect as there are several unpleasant facts – you should definitely know about before buying. The headset is quite big and heavier (430 grams) which is obviously understandable thanks to being a wireless Technology alongside a hefty battery.
The Cooling gel-infused cushion, on the other hand, although a very near feature but also carry their own weight. And if you’re going to wear it for a long period of time, chances are your experience will be unpleasant. Well, everything will be acceptable if it has a crazy amount of battery life. But, along with haptic feedback and RGB, you will only get approx. 8 hours. Does it sound fine? For me, it’s not!
Moreover, Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless gaming Headset might sound interesting in the beginning but after a short while, heavy base music will make you feel uncomfortable.
Oh, come on! Don’t be disappointed as there is one plus side, you can turn an intensity down for a haptic engine to your liking. Be mindful that it’s only made for gaming purpose so you might want to hand on to those Bose pair for your music.