Razer has pulled the curtain again on but any other line of PC gaming headsets, the Nari collection. All 3 of those new gaming headsets come packing THX Spatial Audio, then again, the ‘Final’ model does one thing totally new: hyper-realistic haptic comments.
The function, co-developed with German engineering company Lofelt, makes use of haptic movement drivers to generate haptic comments from all angles and dimensions. The purpose of that is to power deeper immersion in video games and higher in-game positional consciousness.
Higher but, this selection works throughout all audio codecs and assets, from (clearly) video video games to films and song, changing audio indicators into haptic ones robotically.
Along with simulated encompass sound via THX, the 3 new, over-ear gaming headsets – the Nari Crucial ($99/€99), the Nari ($149/ €149) and the Nari Final ($199/€199) – all proportion ear cushions with cooling gel inside of, an robotically adjusting headscarf and ‘lag-free’ 2.4GHz wi-fi connectivity.
The handy chart above breaks down all of those product variations, and obviously Razer hopes you’ll gravitate towards the Nari Final. Keep tuned for a complete assessment of Razer Nari Final to peer whether or not it’s really definitely worth the slightly steep value.