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Razer Phone 2 Goes Official, Has Chroma And No Notch

Well, this is it. Razer much anticipated follow up to its first smartphone, Razer Phone 2, is official. Aesthetically, it still retains the square, either you love or hate it super straight form, but now, instead all matte black, it is glossy black – thanks to new glass back and it is now Chroma-enabled. It won’t go all My Little Pony on you though; the Razer’s signature RGB lighting system for gaming appears on the logo around the back of the device, affording the Razer triple-headed snake logo with 16.8 million colors and serving as a visual cue for app notifications. Continue reading Razer Phone 2 Goes Official, Has Chroma And No Notch

Razer Ifrit Broadcast Headset’s Product Video Had Us ROTFL

When you do live broadcast, you want to look your best and that includes a mess-free hair. But, really, you can’t do that if you have a clunky headset ON your hair, can you? However nice your hair has been set, it is going to get mess up. That’s not to mention the headset will be partially hiding your gorgeous locks. That there, my friends, is called headset hair. But with the new Razer Ifrit Broadcast Headset, it will liberate you from this hair-raising issue. Continue reading Razer Ifrit Broadcast Headset’s Product Video Had Us ROTFL

Razer Unveiled New Game Controllers And Headset For PS4

Razer has some gears for those looking to up their gaming experience on Playstation 4. The first is a pair of game controller called Razer Raiju Ultimate and Raiju Tournament Edition and the second product is a gaming headset called Razer Thresher headset. The controller is, not surprisingly, looking super sleek and features incredible level of customization. Continue reading Razer Unveiled New Game Controllers And Headset For PS4

Razer Nommo Speakers, World’s First Battery-free Wireless Mouse And More

Razer has quite a bit to show at this year’s CES. In addition to the bold ambition of fusing Razer Phone to a laptop in Project Linda, it has also introduced an all-new desktop speaker for desktop computers, the world’s first battery-less wireless gaming mouse with charging mouse pad, and Chroma-enabled home through Philips Lighting. Continue reading Razer Nommo Speakers, World’s First Battery-free Wireless Mouse And More

Razer Wants To Fuse Smartphone With Laptop In Project Linda

Turning a smartphone into a full-fledged computer by the way of docking is not the newest new, but Razer has announced at this CES this year is something unheard off. The concept is similar to what many, including Samsung, has done, but Razer’s idea is to turn its Android smartphone into a functional 13.3-inch laptop. Dubbed Project Linda, this ambitious endeavor will seek to create an Android laptop/phone hybrid, powered by an Android-based Razer Phone. Continue reading Razer Wants To Fuse Smartphone With Laptop In Project Linda

Man Tattoos Razer CEO’s Face On His Leg So He Could Get A Free Razer Phone

How far would you go to get a phone you really want? Beside paying through your nose, you probably won’t mind queuing for days outside of a store, just so you could get it sooner. At least that’s the norm these days, but one Razer fan, an Ohio man by the name of Matt Connelly, has taken it to a whole new level: tattooing the headshot of Razer co-founder and CEO, Tan Min-Liang on his leg. Why would anyone do that, you ask? Well, you see, it all began in November when Matt Connelly commented on Tan’s Facebook post with a strange request: Matt wants to tattoo Tan’s face on himself in exchange for a Razer phone and much to his surprise and delight, Tan actually agree, responding with “Lol sure – permanent tattoo and I’ll be sure to sign the box when I send it out!Continue reading Man Tattoos Razer CEO’s Face On His Leg So He Could Get A Free Razer Phone

Razer’s First Smartphone May Just Be The First True Gamers’ Mobile Phone

Today, or yesterday for some, the gaming lifestyle company with its roots in gaming mice, Razer, has made its first smartphone official. Simply called The Razer Phone, this all-black device is armed with the world’s first 120 Hz UltraMotion screen, Dolby Atmos audio technology and “lightning-fast” performance that will redefine mobile entertainment. With the 5.72-inch QHD IGZO LCD blessed with the world’s first 120 Hz UltraMotion display, it promised to deliver “the fastest refresh rates and smoothest graphics” though adaptive refresh technology that synchronizes the GPU and display to eliminate image tearing or lag while remaining power efficient. Continue reading Razer’s First Smartphone May Just Be The First True Gamers’ Mobile Phone

Razer Announced New Desktop Camera And Microphone With A Couple Of World’s First

With so many gamers turning to streaming to earn their keeps, it only makes sense that one of the leading gaming lifestyle company, Razer, would want to dabble in streaming broadcast hardware. In fact, the company has recently announced a couple of new certified broadcast hardware joining its Broadcaster product line. The products, Razer Kiyo Camera and Razer Seiren X Microphone, are developed with inputs from professional and grassroots game streamers that should put streaming gamers at the forefront of streaming broadcast. Continue reading Razer Announced New Desktop Camera And Microphone With A Couple Of World’s First

CyberPowerPC P400 Joins The List Of “Designed By Razer” PC Cases

Razer may not be on the desktop gaming rig bandwagon, yet, but for fans, there is always the official Razer-themed build-to-order desktop PCs to turn to. Speaking of which, CyberPowerPC P400 Designed by Razer desktop computer is the latest to join the growing line of “Designed by Razer” PC cases. Based on CyberPowerPC’s P400 ATX case, this Razer-touched incarnation features a matte black finish, a tinted tempered glass side panel, and of course, the mark of Razer, the trademarked three-headed snake logo backlit on the front panel. Continue reading CyberPowerPC P400 Joins The List Of “Designed By Razer” PC Cases

Razer’s New Basilisk Gaming Mouse Is Tuned For Precise FPS Gaming

Good news, fans of First-Person-Shooter (FPS). Razer has unveiled a new mouse designed specifically for FPS gaming. Called Basilisk, this newest addition to Razer’s line of purpose-built mice features a 5G true 16,000 DPI optical sensor as found on DeathAdder Elite and Lancehead Tournament Edition and promised deliver accuracy and precision demanded by FPS gamers. In addition, it boasts Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches that touts a mind-blowing 50 million click lifespan. Continue reading Razer’s New Basilisk Gaming Mouse Is Tuned For Precise FPS Gaming