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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

Razer’s New Xbox One Controller Has An Impossible Level Of Customization

Meet Wolverine Ultimate, the newest game controller gaming peripheral guru Razer that is billed as “the most customizable controller designed specifically for Xbox One and PC. Dressed in Razer’s signature black colorway and with two interchangeable D-Pads, a range of interchangeable thumbsticks boasting varying heights and shapes, and no less than six re-mappable triggers and buttons that are customizable on-the-fly with Razer Synapse for Xbox, Wolverine Ultimate can be easily adapted to suit the gaming style of virtually any gamer. Continue reading Razer’s New Xbox One Controller Has An Impossible Level Of Customization

Razer’s New Mouse For Productivity Packs A Cool 350 Hours Of Battery Life

Changing batteries of a wireless mouse is a hassle and it can become rather costly over time. Understanding this, gaming lifestyle brand Razer has developed Atheris, a wireless mouse that’s geared towards productivity with lag-free wireless gaming-grade performance and touts the longest-lasting battery life from a single pair of AA batteries. So how long is it are we talking about? 350 freaking hours. Three-five-zero. That’s how long it is. For a person who have being putting up with Apple’s older Magic Mouse, this is no doubt a welcome news. Continue reading Razer’s New Mouse For Productivity Packs A Cool 350 Hours Of Battery Life

Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals

Razer’s myriad of gaming peripherals are predominantly black and if that does not catch on with you, well, we say, don’t let the dark side stop you from getting the good stuff. Not that you should go with the flow and betray your principle. You really don’t have to because now some of Razer’s most popular gaming peripherals are available in white. The Razer Mercury Edition, as they are called, are available now as an added color option, in addition to the standard Razer black and Gunmetal Grey, for those prefer not to be engulfed in black. Continue reading Razer Goes White With Mercury Edition Gaming Peripherals

Razer Quietly Announced A Chroma-enabled Headphone Stand/USB Hub

If you have a pair of crazy awesome headphones like the Tiamat 7.1 V2, you would want a proper receptacle or holder such as, for example, a headphone/headset stand, to hold it when it is not in use. But you probably don’t want just any headphone stand. You will want the Razer Base Station Chroma. So what the hell is a Razer Base Station Chroma you ask? Well, it is yet another element of customizable Chroma lighting that adds more dazzling eye-candy to your gaming setup and while doing so, it also serves as a practical desktop headphone stand and a USB hub. Continue reading Razer Quietly Announced A Chroma-enabled Headphone Stand/USB Hub

Razer Updates Blade Stealth With Larger Display And Gunmetal Option

The Razer Blade Stealth introduced last year, the late 2016 model with a 12.5-inch IGZO multitouch display has gotten an update. It is now larger, at 13.3-inch boasting an eye-watering QHD+ display with 3,200 x 1,800 pixels. Still as thin as ever, measuring a mere 0.52 inches (13 mm) and tipping the scale at 2.93 pounds (1.32 kilograms), the new Razer Blade Stealth features an alluring CNC-milled aircraft-grade aluminum now in a choice of black or gunmetal gray finish. The latter features a tone-on-tone Razer logo and a white backlit keyboard for that professional look. Continue reading Razer Updates Blade Stealth With Larger Display And Gunmetal Option

Razer Tiamat 7.1 Offers True Surround Sound And A View Of Its Innards

Seven discrete surround sound channels, five drivers in each earcup making a total of ten drivers. Those are what the new flagship headset Tiamat 7.1 V2 from leading gaming lifestyle company Razer has to offer. That’s right. 10 freaking drivers and 7.1 surround sound on a pair of headphones. Those are something of a dream when I started gaming with a pair of headphones wrapped on my head. But of course, back then, that wasn’t possible. Technologies have since evolved leaps and bounds, making what used to be only possible with clunky external speakers a possibility on a thing you wear on your head. It is a good time to be alive, at least it is for gamers. Continue reading Razer Tiamat 7.1 Offers True Surround Sound And A View Of Its Innards