Razer Drops Pikachu TWS Earbuds That Charge in a Poké Ball
Heads up, Pokémon fans. Global gaming brand Razer has unveiled a Pikachu-themed True Wireless Earbuds that comes with a Poké Ball charging case.
Razer Inc., a global gaming hardware company, has finally unveiled an adorable collaboration with The Pokémon Company in the form of the Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds that comes with a nifty little Poké Ball-shaped charging case. Aside from the iconic design that would garner massive interest from Pokémon fans all around the world, the features and functions that come with the wireless earbuds make it undeniably better than just any typical headphone.
The Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds is almost identical to the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless model that was launched in October 2019. What sets the Pikachu edition aside is the stylish yellow design, Pikachu’s signature silhouette, as well as the Poké Ball charging case that features a front button with an, LED blub that lights up to show battery level and a wrist strap for carrying.
Additionally, instead of the usual Razer Hammerhead sound that rings with it make a connection, the Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds will have a special edition Pikachu sound effect in its place.
The earbuds are outfitted with a 13mm driver for your bass needs, IPX4 water resistance, and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. It also has a Low Latency mode that minimizes delays down to only 60ms, allowing for a swift and strong connection that makes both communication and gaming extra smooth.
The Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds will last for about 3 hours per charge. Considering that the Poké Ball charging case offers up to five recharges, the earbuds will last you a total of 15 hours with its charger.
Razer Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds x Pokémon has already launched for 999 Chinese Yuan or about 4,600 THB. Unfortunately, the Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds are only available in China through the Tmall website only.
We’ll have to wait and see if the special edition earbuds will make their way to Thailand or not in the coming days. If the reception is highly positive or there’s a massive demand from Pokémon fans around the world, Razer might consider shipping the Pikachu True Wireless Earbuds out further than China.