Okay, here’s the third part of our series on Raycon Earbuds, which I can only assume was made for gamers with The Gaming Earbuds.
Yeah, not one of my better introductions, but I couldn’t help but wonder what about the design is made for gamers. It might be due to the hypersync low latency, as well as an optimized mic for gaming. I also admit they have a different shape than the last two parts.
I have to admit that the IPX5 is a bit of a downgrade from the IPX7 of the Fitness Earbuds. The battery life is also a bit of a downgrade as it only is set up for 31 hours of life.
I might as well bring up the three sound profiles, but that was a major feature on the other two. I’m not certain if the touch controls were, but it is definitely highlighted feature on these gaming earbuds.
If this is something that you want, and want to check out for yourself, head on over to the Raycon website and lay down $99.99 for it.