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Razer Nari Wireless headset adds haptic feedback allowing gamers to “feel” their games


Razer HyperSense converts audio signals into tactile feedback in real time for an immersive, natural, and lifelike experience.

Razer has introduced a new family of wireless headsets: the Razer Nari. Available in three varieties, the Nari Ultimate adds Razer HyperSense haptic feedback.

“Razer consistently creates products with innovative technology to give gamers the best gaming experience possible,” said Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan. “With the Razer Nari Ultimate, we are championing a whole new way for gamers to feel their games through Razer HyperSense.”

Delivering multi-dimensional haptic feedback in music, games, and movies, Razer HyperSense converts audio signals into tactile feedback in real time. The technology was developed with Lofelt and creates an immersive, natural, and lifelike experience.

“Lofelt is committed to raising the standard for haptic feedback to match the high-quality audio and video we’re used to in today’s devices.” said Daniel Büttner, chief executive officer at Lofelt. “Teaming up with Razer is an incredible opportunity for us to demonstrate the value of the cutting-edge technology we developed. I’m thrilled we are at the forefront of realizing the true potential of advanced haptics and can’t wait for gamers to level up their gameplay with the Razer Nari Ultimate featuring Lofelt’s haptic technology.”

In addition to HyperSense, the Nari Ultimate also boast the same THX Spatial Audio that the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition headset does. With an auto-adjusting headband, swiveling ear cups, and cooling gel ear cushions with indented eyewear channels, the Nari Ultimate are sure to provide gaming comfort.

In addition to HyperSense haptic feedback, the Razer Nari Ultimate offer THX Spatial Audio and many comfort features.

Compatible with PC, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and even mobile devices, the Razer Nari comes in three flavours: Nari Ultimate, Nari, and Nari Essential. The Nari mirrors the Nari Ultimate minus the HyperSense tech, while the Nari Essential focuses on the basics while including the THX Spatial Audio. The headsets retail for $199.99USD, $149, and $99.99 respectively.

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