If you’ve been wanting to ditch your headphones but still don’t want to give up its audio-separation benefits and games, the new Razer Nommo speakers might just be the answer you’re looking for.
In CES 2018, the gaming company announced their new Razer Nommo, Nommo Chroma, and Nommo Pro speakers. It’s a speaker line that priorities audio positioning in games, and also said to offer true audio fidelity that might appeal the audiophiles.
First off, we have the standard Razer Nommo. This 2.0 audio system offers two 3-inch Custom Woven Glass Fiber drivers in each sound, which is said to deliver an ultra-clear sound and sharpness.
Behind each driver are the rear-facing bass ports. It also has a 3.5mm headphone jack and aux input, and two knobs for the volume and dedicated bass control.
But if you want to be extra flashy, you can get the Razer Nommo Chroma. Obviously, this unlocks its RGB lighting capability, which is positioned at the bottom of each speaker. Razer also reserved the USB audio feature for this one, which is probably for the Chroma controls.
Lastly, we have the Razer Nommo Pro. This 2.1 THX-certified speaker is said to simulate Dolby’s 5.1 surround sound experience. It has 3-inch drivers that are coated with Dupont Kevland fiber and a silk woven tweeter sitting on top of it.
And to complete the setup, it comes with a downward-facing subwoofer. Together with its Dolby Virtual Surround Sound Technology, the Nommo Pro promises a theater-like whether you’re watching movies or playing games.
It will also come with a control pod for adjusting the volume, Bluetooth pairing, source control, and power. On on the hand, the inputs include a USB connection, Bluetooth 4.2, Optical, and 3.5mm input.
The Razer Nommo is now available in RazerZone website for USD99.99 (around Php5,000), while the Razer Nommo Chroma is valued at USD149.99 (around Php7,500). Meanwhile, the Razer Nommo Pro will retail at USD499.99 (around Php25,200), but no details about the shipping date yet.