Razer continues to expand its gaming headset catalog and has presented the Kaira Pro , a model designed for use with Xbox game consoles but that can also be used on Windows 10 PCs and in general with any mobile device that has a Bluetooth interface.
For this they have been designed with multi-device use in mind, being able to simultaneously maintain an active Xbox Wireless connection for Xbox Series X | S consoles and another Bluetooth 5.0 for PC, and answer calls from Android mobiles.
It has a circumaural design with a headband of large pavilions on a stainless steel structure with a flexible frame to facilitate its placement, although at the cost of increasing the weight to a not inconsiderable 365 grams . The ear cuffs and headband are padded and covered in breathable fabric for continued use without heat or sweat build-up.
Inside each pavilion we find TriForce Titanium drivers with a diameter of 50 mm capable of offering a frequency response of between 20 Hz and 20 KHz with an impedance of 32 ohms at 1 KHz and a sensitivity of 108 dB.
The battery has a nominal autonomy of 15 hours if we have the RBG lighting activated, a figure that rises to 20 hours if we have it deactivated. It also features a dedicated EQ button with 4 pre-set modes for different types of games.
Finally, the manufacturer has chosen to incorporate a double system of microphones in the headphones, an external one of greater dimensions (and we assume that with better recording quality), removable and with HyperClear Supercardioid technology and another integrated in the headphones similar to the one they have. mobile phones and designed for use in mobility.
Price and availability
The new Kaira Pro headphones from Razer are already on sale in the United States and we assume that they will soon reach the rest of the markets for a price of 150 dollars .