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Razer Outs LanceHead, World’s Most Advanced Wireless Gaming Mouse

Razer is relentless in the pursuit to provide competitive gamers an edge in the virtual battlefield. The latest of such pursuit is what the gaming lifestyle company described as “world’s most advanced wireless gaming mouse.” Now, here’s the thing. Wireless is not something hardcore gamers swear by, but the Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse is about to change that. Featuring Razer’s proprietary Adaptive Frequency Technology (AFT), this gaming mouse ensures stable and interference-free wireless connection between the mouse and your computer. Continue reading Razer Outs LanceHead, World’s Most Advanced Wireless Gaming Mouse

Razer Raiju Gaming Controller for PS4 Designed For Esports Launched

Announced last November, Razer Tournament-grade controller for Playstation 4 designed for Esports is now available in exchange for £149.99 (or about $186) of your hard-earned money. Don’t ask me why it has every other currency and not in US dollars. We can’t find it on U.S. online store either. Maybe it was an oversight? I don’t know. Anyways, if you are clueless about this pro-grade controller, it features additional programmable buttons, optimized esports ergonomics, and a Quick Control Panel, located conveniently on the front of the controller. The controller is pretty much the result of esports athletes’ input (particularly in the ergonomic aspect) and it was developed in close collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIEE). Continue reading Razer Raiju Gaming Controller for PS4 Designed For Esports Launched

Razer’s Project Ariana Want To Extend Your Gaming Onto The Room Walls

You how Razer Chroma adds game immersion with the help of multicolor light? Apparently, that’s isn’t quite enough and surely it isn’t. It is only as immersive if the entire room, or at least what’s in front of you, is engulfed in the game and that, folks, is exactly what Razer’s Project Ariana, the future of Razer Chroma, will do. Project Ariana is essentially a high-definition, but project movies or photos, it does not; instead it leverages on its ultra-wide fisheye lens and advanced processing capabilities to bathe your gaming room with in-game elements. Continue reading Razer’s Project Ariana Want To Extend Your Gaming Onto The Room Walls

New Green Camouflage Dualshock 4 Controller Arriving In January 2017

Good news, lovers of all-thing camouflage. Green camouflage has arrived to the newest Playstation Dualshock 4 wireless controller. Sporting an olive green under belly, this newest colorway features a traditional camouflage pattern upper made up of olive green, brown, dark brown and beige colors on an updated design that boasts a redesigned touch pad which reveals the light bar from above, providing you with visual feedback at a glance – in addition to a refined analog sticks and triggers, as well as built-in speaker and an integrated 3.5 mm audio jack. Continue reading New Green Camouflage Dualshock 4 Controller Arriving In January 2017

Razer Wants To Sell You Officially Licensed ‘Pro’ Controllers For PS4

Razer is coming to Playstation 4 and while the gaming hardware company is no stranger in making peripherals compatible with Playstation, the Razer Raiju marks the first officially licensed PS4 game controller which Sony Playstation Europe described as a ‘close collaboration’ between the Japanese game console maker and the gaming hardware maker. In the development process, the Sony Playstation helped optimized the controller for PS4 such as, for example, incorporating Dualshock 4 controls to produce a game controller aimed at competitive gamers. Continue reading Razer Wants To Sell You Officially Licensed ‘Pro’ Controllers For PS4

VirZOOM Bike Controller Is The Future Of Gaming Where You Won’t Get Fat

The notion of gaming will make you fat is quite indisputable, but not if your gaming involves VirZOOM. What VirZOOM proposes is not entirely new; Wii was the first to make you exercise as you play games, but what VirZOOM is offering you is the next level of realism, which involves, naturally, virtual reality. It lets you drive a car, ride the mythical unicorn, fly like a bee and whatnot – all while pedaling to keep your in-game character/vehicle moving. Purpose-built triggers and buttons affords further control as you go about gaming, or should we say, gamercise. Instead of being a couch gamer who will eventually get fat munching on nachos as your fingers do all the work, VirZOOM makes you do the legwork, like literally, to keep the game going. Continue reading VirZOOM Bike Controller Is The Future Of Gaming Where You Won’t Get Fat

Couch Gaming Is Officially A Thing Because Of Razer Turret’s ‘Lapboard’

Yup. That’s right. Razer has just made couch gaming an official thing with the Razer Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard and yes, it is calling it ‘lapboard’, which means the keyboard will be as comfy on your laps as it is on a table. The Turret is, as the company described, “a mouse and integrated keyboard and mouse surface” that aims to put gaming peripherals on your laps and it does have a couple of tricks up its sleeve to ensure it make good on its promises. The Razer Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard is composed of an anti-ghosting, gaming-grade chiclet keyboard with an integrated magnetic mouse pad to keep the mouse from making the run and it comes with a companion mouse, boasting 3,500 DPI sensor. Continue reading Couch Gaming Is Officially A Thing Because Of Razer Turret’s ‘Lapboard’

Razer Outs Ripsaw Game Capture Card For Live Streaming Raw Game Footage

Razer has launched a new gaming peripheral that could make you the next Pewdiepie. Actually not exactly. The Razer Ripsaw Game Capture Card don’t guarantee that, but it will however enable you to stream, in 1080p at 60fps, your game to platforms like Twitch and YouTube and with its built-in USB 3.0 port, you’d be broadcasting your raw game footage, uncompressed “with nearly zero latency.” In addition to the requisite HDMI input and output, Ripsaw also offers onboard audio and microphone inputs that lets you add music as secondary audio, or scream hysterically (like you know who) as you game, so you can ermmm satisfy your fans desire to see gamers screaming. Continue reading Razer Outs Ripsaw Game Capture Card For Live Streaming Raw Game Footage

Razer Adds Colored Lighting into DeathStalker Gaming Keyboard and Orbweaver Keypad

These days gamers demand a lot of style, or maybe it is company like Razer that makes ‘style’ a fad. Either way, Razer is leading the charge in the “show off your rig” phenomenal and it is continuing to do so by refreshing its hardware with Chroma lighting software. The latest to get the Chroma treatment is the slim, chiclet key-based gaming keyboard, DeathStalker and Orbweaver Mechanical Gaming keypad. Both peripherals are customizable with 16.8 million colors and a range of effects, enabled through Razer Cloud-based Synapse software and allows users to synchronize lighting colors and patterns between Chroma devices for that extra cool factor. Continue reading Razer Adds Colored Lighting into DeathStalker Gaming Keyboard and Orbweaver Keypad

Hori Tactical Assault Commander 4 Adds ‘Keyboard’ and Mouse to Your PS4

To be honest, when it comes to first-person shooters (FPS), I am not all for keyboard and mouse combo, but if you think otherwise and owns a Playstation 4, then Hori Tactical Assault Commander 4 may be just the peripheral you have been looking for. Officially licensed by Sony, the product is an update to the company’s Tactical Assault Commander 3 and consists of a trimmed down keyboard and a mouse that aims to replicate the keyboard and mouse setup traditionally used by PC FPS gamers on your Playstation 4 or Playstation 3. Continue reading Hori Tactical Assault Commander 4 Adds ‘Keyboard’ and Mouse to Your PS4