Razer Archive

I think it’s international announce a new PC gaming headset week (or Gamescom)

Roccat, SteelSeries and Razer have all revealed new PC gaming headsets in the last couple days at Gamescom. I was sitting here trying to decide which one to write about first, before realising I have the power to write about them all at once — check me out!  SteelSeries Siberia Elite This comes first, because

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Razer Hammerhead Pro: New in-ear headphones crafted from aircraft-grade aluminium

Razer have revealed two new models of in-ear headphones (or earphones, should you wish to refer to them that way). The Razer Hammerhead and Razer Hammerhead Pro vary in features, but are both ‘machined out of aircraft-grade aluminium’. Both models look pretty sweet, and will hopefully sound pretty decent. If you’re the guy who wants

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Razer Surround to bring virtual surround to any stereo headphones

Razer continued their bid to branch out from mice earlier, revealing Razer Surround. It’s a piece of software which says it will convert any pair of stereo headphones into a device capable of virtual surround sound. While it comes as an add-on to the Synapse 2.0 software, you don’t need any Razer hardware in order

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Razer Edge: Razer’s PC gaming tablet fully detailed

Details of Razer’s previously teased PC gaming tablet come out of CES, two models will be on offer starting at a cost of $999. Windows 8 is a lot of things to a lot of people; to Razer, it was a chance to produce a PC gaming experience in a way that’s never been seen

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Razer update their Orochi portable gaming mouse for 2013

Razer have released details of an Orochi 2013 Edition, a revised version of their portable gaming mouse designed for carrying about with a laptop. Updates include a more powerful 4G 6400 dpi laser sensor, Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, and 30 hours of continuous use in the battery department

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Razer Reveal Mass Effect 3 Branded Products

Razer have today revealed a pretty large line-up of new products, all branded with graphics and logos from BioWare’s Mass Effect 3. The collection includes just about one of everything that Razer offers, from a mouse pad to a messenger bag.

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Razer Announce Naga Hex for MOBA Gamers

MMO players are likely familiar with the Razer Naga — a gaming mouse with twelve buttons on its side, giving access to all the abilities you might need while raiding. But if 12 seems a bit like overkill, this could be something for you

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Razer Synapse 2.0: Save Your Hardware Settings in the Cloud

Popular games peripheral maker, Razer — or technology leader in gaming user interfaces, as their press release labels them — have today announced plans for a new way to keep your mouse, keyboard and other peripheral settings with you wherever you may go. Razer Synapse 2.0, an upgrade to the onboard Razer Synapse memory feature which debuted in 2006, will actually store these settings in the cloud.

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Razer Moving Into the Fighting Stick Market

Us PC gamers will be very familiar with Razer. Mainly knwoing their for their gaming mice and keyboards, which have been well received by almost anyone that’s purchased them. Lately, though, they seem to be pushing toward the console space a little. Earlier this year they released an Xbox 360 controller, and now they’ve announce

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Razer Launch ‘The World’s First True Gaming Laptop’

So, guys, looks like this is what all the fuss was about over at Razer. They’ve not only got that little compact, Switchblade netbook thing, but are taking their production of actual computers a little bit further. They’ve announced the Razer Blade, a slim gaming laptop that is both portable and powerful; it measures just 0.88″ thick, while still housing a 2.8GHz Core i7 2640M alongside an Nvidia GT 555M with a whole 2GB of dedicated GDDR5 video memory.

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