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  • Blog Post: Razer Announces Wildcat Xbox One Controller

    Third-party hardware maker Razer has announced a new Xbox One controller designed for tournament play. According to Razer, the Wildcat Xbox One controller is 25-percent lighter than other high-end controllers, and incorporates a variety of feedback from eSports competitors. Here's a full feature... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Razer Details How Developers Can Get Owed Ouya Funds

    Update - 8:26 p.m. Central on July 28: Razer has provided information to Game Informer detailing how it will handle the outstading $620,000 of Free the Games funds owed to developers. While there are stipulations, Razer is working to find a solution that is both equitable to developers and the company... More
  • Blog Post: Ouya Founder Julie Uhrman Exits As Razer Completes Buyout

    In June, news quietly emerged that Razer had struck a deal to acquire some assets of Android microconsole company Ouya. The arrangements are final, and Ouya founder Julie Uhrman has confirmed her departure this morning. Razer issued a statement indicating that it will not be continuing Ouya hardware... More
  • Blog Post: Razer’s League Of Legends Scouter Gives You The 411 On Your Opponents

    Razer has found a way to give League of Legends players a leg up in competition while remaining in compliance with Riot guidelines. The new League of Legends Scouter integrates with Razer Comms, a secure voice-over-IP (VOIP) service. LoL Scouter displays the following details not readily available in... More
  • Blog Post: Gunnar Goes Green With New Razer Partnership

    Gunnar Optiks and Razer, maker of a range of PC peripherals, are combining their styles for two new models of glare-reducing glasses. Both new designs feature Gunnar’s i-AMP lenses with touches of Razer’s classic bright green. Both the RPG Designed by Razer and Cerberus Designed by Razer... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Latest Ultra-Thin Mouse Mat Glows With 16.8 Million Possible Colors

    Most mouse pads just sit on your desk like lazy rugs, but Razer's new ultra-thin gaming mouse mat is illuminated with over 16.8 million customizable color options, so you can trick out your desk like a street racer. Razer’s new mat has lighting along its left, right and bottom borders that... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Unleashes The Black Widow Chroma Tournament Edition Keyboard

    Mechanical keyboards are all the rage with pro gamers, which is why manufacturers like Razer are catering directly to this highly skilled and highly visible crowd. The latest in a long line of Razer keyboards, the new Tournament Edition combines the signature backlit technology of the popular Black Widow... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Announces New Quad HD Blade Laptop, Still Just Over 4 Lbs.

    Razer has announced a refresh for its Blade laptops with two updated models, including one with a Quad HD+ (3200x1800) display. The Blades are customizable with solid state hard drive options topping out at 512GB. The QHD+ version of the Blade is available starting today from Razer’s website at... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Announces ‘Team Razer: Great Games’ eSports Documentary

    Razer has announced a three-part documentary series that will explore some of the most competitive video games and their players. Team Razer: Great Games will explore the origins of competitive gaming in an effort to introduce new viewers to the sport. The first installment of the series focuses on Starcraft... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Announces Leviathan 5.1 Surround Soundbar With Independent Subwoofer

    Razer is expanding its audio line today, with the announcement of its first soundbar. Razer's Leviathan features two 2.5-inch drivers, two .74-inch tweeters and a separate subwoofer. The Leviathan takes input from analog and digital optical sources (consoles, Blu-ray players, and set-top boxes),... More
  • Blog Post: Someone Is Kickstarting Razer’s April Fool’s Day Drone Joke

    One of our favorite spoofs from April Fool’s Day this year came from high-end peripheral (and laptop) manufacturer Razer. The company put together a video featuring the (fictional) Eidolon wearable drone system that lets you see life as a video game. The Hexo+ intelligent drone by Squadrone System... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Announces Android TV-Powered Micro-Console

    During Google’s I/O developer keynote today, Razer’s latest project was announced. The company, known for mice, headphones, keyboards, and ultra-thin laptops will be entering the Android micro-console market. Android TV allows users to use their Android phones or newly announced wearables... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Nabu Wearable Smartband Goes Into Limited Beta

    As someone who owns and uses a wearable regularly, the Razer Nabu smartband has been on my radar since its CES announcement . If you're one of 500 lucky fans (or one of the 30,000 vetted developers interested in working on some neat applications for it), you might be wrapping one around your wrist... More
  • Blog Post: Razer: 20,000 Developers Working On Nabu Wearable Apps

    Razer, a company best known for its gaming mice and keyboards, has been branching out in recent years. From its Razer Blade laptops to Edge portable gaming devices to the upcoming Nabu wearable, the company has moved beyond peripherals. The company’s latest project, Comms, has it competing with... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's New Drone Lets You View Life As A Video Game [April Fools' Day]

    Have you ever wished you could see your life like you do in your favorite third-person video game? Razer's Eidolon is a fake product that lets you do just that. The Eidolon is a wearable drone system that deploys from a device that looks similar to the infamous Nintendo Power Glove. The drone itself... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Razer CEO Offers To Help Mojang With Virtual Reality Minecraft

    Update: We spoke with Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan about his offer to assist Mojang founder Markus "notch" Persson with a Minecraft VR. While Razer isn't willing to discuss upcoming projects, we did speak briefly about VR and how Razer's work intersects the growing trend. Tan says that Razer... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Modular PC Concept Project Christine Is A Work Of Art

    The auto industry gets to fiddle around with concept designs all the time; it only seems fitting the PC industry should be able to do the same. Here's the scope on Razer's experimental modular PC: Project Christine. Razer likes to bring concept designs to CES. Products like the Edge and the Blade... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Nabu Is A Cross Between Smartwatch And Activity Tracker

    You're in an important meeting or on a first date or in some other social situation where it would be rude to check your phone. Unfortunately, you keep getting texts. If only you had Razer's Nabu. Razer's Nabu is a smartband that pairs with your iPhone or Android device then acts like a smartwatch... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Two New Blade Laptops Offer Slim Design And High Power

    What's thinner than a dime? Razer's new Blade laptop, which is just one of the new models introduced today. Two new Blades will be joining the family, offering features that will appeal to gamers looking for top power and thin profile. Both come with new, lower price tags compared to previous... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Releasing Mass Effect 3 Inspired Gaming Peripherals

    Razer, which is known for making some of the most high-quality aftermarket gaming peripherals in the industry, has announced a series of products inspired by BioWare's upcoming RPG epic Mass Effect 3. The products all sport a Mass Effect look and feel. Hardcore fans will be able to get a ME3 style... More
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