Razer, the world's favorite gaming device manufacturer, announced a number of new products at " RazerCon 2021," including a new series of its popular "Kraken" gaming headsets, the " Kraken V3"" and three new models. quot; was announced, and three new models were introduced.
The three new models are as follows
The "Kraken V3" series has already been launched with the "Razer Kraken V3 X", and the three new products announced this time are as follows.
- Kraken V3
- Kraken V3 Hypersense
- Kraken V3 Pro
The Hypersense and Pro models feature a built-in vibration device called "Razer Hypersense.
This feature is not a fixed frequency, but varies between 0 and 200 Hz, creating a three-dimensional vibration and different vibrations on the left and right sides of the headphones.
Rather than vibrating randomly, the device analyzes the incoming sound separately for left and right to achieve a stereo effect.
The vibration can of course be turned off, and the intensity can be set in three levels.
The centerpiece of the new product is "Razer Hypersense," but note that the unbranded Kraken V3 and the existing Kraken V3 X do not have "Razer Hypersense. The "Kraken V3" and the previous "Kraken V3 X" are not equipped with Razer Hypersense.
Kraken V3 Pro" with wireless functionality
The "Kraken V3 Pro" supports Razer HyperSpeed Wireless and 3.5mm analog.
The "Kraken V3 Hypersense" is the best choice for wired (USB), and the "Kraken V3 Pro" for wireless and wired (earphone jack).
Japan release date is undecided.
The major differences between the three models and a price comparison are as follows
|Product name||Kraken V3||Kraken V3 Hypersense||Kraken V3 Pro|
|Razer HyperSense||None||Equipped with||Equipped|
|Connection Method||USB Type-A||USB Type-A|| RazerHyperSpeed Wireless
The "Kraken V3" series is not yet available in Japan.
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— R Λ Z Ξ R (@Razer) October 21, 2021