We judge all headphones and earbuds on a scale of 10, analyzing the categories we think are most important: sound, comfort, design, battery performance, and, if applicable, special features.
Here’s how the Razer Opus wireless noise-canceling headphones stack up.
The Opus wireless noise-canceling headphones are not the usual Razer product that’s geared towards gamers. With sleek design and expertly tuned sound, the over-ear cans are an offering with mainstream appeal. Priced below $200, the headphones are also a solid alternative to much pricier rivals from Bose, Bowers & Wilkins, and Sony.