The Razer Nari isn’t really a standalone headset, but more of a range by Razer of three separate sets. This range includes the Nari essential, Nari “standard” and Nari Ultimate. Interestingly on paper, there appears to be little to no difference between the Nari, and the Nari Ultimate, with the exception of the HyperSense haptic feedback which features in the Ultimate version.
The HyperSense haptic feedback seems quite interesting so it’s nice to see that Razer is catering to all needs, with the Standard pair doing away with HyperSense tech. This also means a bit more of an accessible price point with the Razer Nari at £149.99 which does seem a little more digestible.
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- Model: Razer Nari Headset
- Wireless Compatibility: PC, PS4
- Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
- Impedance: 32Ω at 1 kHz
- Sensitivity (@1 kHz): 107 ± 3 dB
- Input power: 30 mW (Max)
- Drivers: 50 mm, with Neodymium magnets
- Inner ear cup diameter: Width 56mm / Length 67mm
- Connection type: Wireless USB Transceiver / 3.5mm analog
- Wireless range: 12 m / 40 ft
- Wireless frequency: 2.4 GHz
- Analog connection: 4 – pole
- Battery life: Up to 14 hours with Razer Chroma lighting / 20 hours without Razer Chroma lighting
- Frequency response: 100 – 6.5 kHz
- Signal-to-noise ratio: > 50 dB
- Sensitivity (@1 kHz): -42 ± 3 dB
- Pick-up pattern: Unidirectional
- Razer Nari Headset
- 2.4GHz USB Wireless transceiver
- Micro USB Charging cable
- 3.5mm Analogue cable
- Product information guide
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- Super comfortable.
- Wireless support for both PC and PS4.
- RGB Razer Chroma Lighting.
- Volume, Chat balancing an excellent addition.
- The fit is a little loose.
- Good gaming audio but a little bass heavy.
- Primarily plastic construction.
KitGuru says: It’s great to see that Razer has included a non-Hypersense version of the Nari in the lineup. At £149.99 they suddenly become a much better deal, with only the one feature removed.