Razer Orca Headphones for both gamers and music maniacs

Gaming peripherals maker Razer has released the venomous green Razer Orca Headphones aimed at both hardcore gamers and music enthusiast. The new headphones have an ergonomic over-ear design and comes with a plug and switch cable, allowing you quick and convenient solution for seamlessly switching between gaming and listening to music.

The Razer Orca sports neodymium magnets 40 mm drivers with 15 – 21,000 Hz frequency response and impedance of  32 O at 1kHz and comes 2 cables – standard braided cable for listening to music on the go and second 2 meter extension cable for a quick transition to desktop gaming.

Razer Orca Headphones


“The Razer Orca marks Razer’s foray into the lifestyle audio world,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president, Razer USA. “We specifically designed the Razer Orca for the consumer who demands unmatched comfort and the utmost style, who also happens to game. We wanted a pair of headphones that could transition from your gaming den to the subway by adding a cool look to great gaming sound.”

The Razer Orca will be available this month for US $59.99 / €59.99.

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