There’s a lot to take in here and so, we will try be quick. Razer has unveiled some very interesting and may I say, exciting, products and concepts at the on-going CES 2o20 in Las Vegas. The products and concepts include a Razer Kishi Mobile Gaming Controllers, Razer Sila 5G Home Router Concept, Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop, and Razer Eracing Simulator Concept.

Razer Kishi Mobile Gaming Controllers

Razer Kishi Mobile Gaming Controllers

Unlike the Razer Junglecat which is reserved for select devices and Razer Phone 2, Razer Kishi is a universal cloud-gaming compatible controller for most iOS and Android phones. It features clickable analog controls, thumbsticks, universal fit created in partnership with Gamevice, USB-C or Apple Lightning connection, pass-through charging ports, and support for both native titles and cloud services.

Razer Kishi Mobile Gaming Controllers will be available in early 2020 with a yet-to-be-confirmed price.

Razer Sila 5G Home Router Concept
So, yeah, Razer is also in the 5G router business, apparently. The Razer Sila 5G Home Router Concept is not just any 5G router. It is designed for both home and on-the-go mobile 5G hotspot – thanks to its built-in rechargeable battery.

Razer Sila 5G Home Router Concept

It features Razer’s proprietary FasTrack engine which is an intelligent, continuously adaptive QoS that prioritizes bandwidth for applications and devices for high-speed gaming and streaming. It also boasts a Gaming Mode that lets you play online game with no interruptions and it is, not surprisingly, optimized for cloud gaming services.

Availability and pricing are not available at this time.

Razer Tomahawk Gaming PC
Developed in collaboration with Intel, the Razer Tomahawk Gaming PC is billed as the first truly modular desktop system enclosed in the new ultra-compact, aluminum and tempered glass Razer Tomahawk N1 chassis.

Razer Tomahawk Gaming PC

Key highlights include vertically mounted GPU, open vent design, rear lock-and-slick sled mechanism, up to Intel Core i9 processor, 64 GB of DDR4 RAM, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics, and SSD storage. The RAM, SSD modules, GPU, NUC as well as the fans are upgradeable.

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Razer Tomahawk Gaming PC will be available in first half of 2020. The case, Tomahawk N1, will also be available for those who prefer to build their own rig. Prices are unknown at this point. Learn more.

Razer Eracing Simulator Concept
The Razer Eracing Simulator Concept should get any e-racing fan all wet. This concept racing sim rig is created in collaboration with several game publishers and technology vendors, including the likes of Vesaro, Simpit, Fanatec and Synthesis VR.

Razer Eracing Simulator Concept

Key notables include a 202-degree projection system comprising of 2 FHD projectors and a 128-inch custom black projection surface, a hydraulic racing platform, an ultra-strong handcrafted center core designed around an advanced modular upgrade system, full manual controls, and rounding up the setup are a steering wheel with paddle shifter and G-force-simulating racing harness.

The Razer Eracing Simulator Concept will likely remain a concept, but Razer promised it will continue to develop and build the ultimate eracing simulator. However, no words if it will actually sell one eventually. Learn more.

All images courtesy of Razer.

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