Gaming headsets are often quite large and bulky but the new Razer Ifrit reimagines traditional gaming headphones by focusing on a low-profile design. Designed as in-ear headphones, the Razer Ifrit features an adjustable condenser microphone that helps to reduce the pickup of background noise. The headset comes equipped with a 3.5mm audio jack, but can also connect through the Razer USB Audio Enhancer allowing users greater control over audio quality and compatibility with USB ports on PC, Mac, Xbox, PlayStation and many other devices.
The decision to create a low-profile headset was inspired by the game streaming community. The low-profile design of the Razer Ifrit ensures the streamer's face is not obscured and is free from bulky headphones. To further the position of the Ifrit as a streamer-focused headset, Razer has partnered with NJPW wrestler and video game streamer Kenny Omega.
The Razer Ifrit is Focused on the Videogame Streaming Community
Justin Lam — September 26, 2018 — Tech