before you know it, Razer has again unleashed their third generation Razer Blade gaming laptops. it took a while for us to understand these where new because unlike Apple products, these beauties do not come with model year with it and hence the moment of confusion. however, with the inclusion of a 14-inch model (touted as the world’s thinnest gaming laptop) and the latest Haswell-based Intel processor, we knew we are looking at some totally wicked new stuff. don’t blame us. they all look the same in black. the smaller of the two, the 14-incher features a 14-inch HD+ LED backlit display boasting 1,600 x 900 resolution (16:9 AR) and sports a MacBook Pro-like speaker design which sits on either side of the keyboard. other highlights of the 14-inch item includes 8GB worth of DDR3L RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765 GPU with 2GB VRAM, 128GB SSD (with options for 256/512GB SSD), Wifi (a/b/g/n) and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, “array microphone”, three USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4a output, Dolby Home Theater and 7.1 Codec support, built-in Full HD webcam, Razer Anti-Ghosting Keyboard (backlit and adjustable), a built-in 70 Wh rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and it is naturally, Razer Synapse 2.0-enabled.
as for the Razer Blade Pro, the firm is touting it as a laptop designed for work and for play. we all know what play means, as for the work aspect, Razer is targeting musicians, photographers, videographers, and even game designers, which the company believe the Pro is very much up to the tasks. why wouldn’t be? also packing Intel 4th-gen quad-core i7 processors, this new mobile gaming beast basically have what the 14-inch model has, plus a 17.3-inch Full HD LED backlit display and a Razer Switchblade User Interface built into it. it also has a 2MP HD webcam instead of a 1.3MP item found on the 14-inch model and it is a tad bigger capacity battery – a 74 Wh pack which is said to give this rig up to 6 hours of usage. both machines will be available for pre-order from June 03, starting at $1,799 for the 14-inch model and $2,299 for the 17″ juggernaut. more look in the gallery after the break.
Razer is coming fast and strong, and this time round, the company wants fighting game fans of Xbox 360 to get completely serious about their button smashing career with the Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox 360. do not mistaken the Atrox as ‘just another arcade stick’. it is not. it is designed with modders and tournament gamers in mind and therefore, you will have one-touch access to the internals where you will find a honeycomb structure for easy mounting in every location imaginable, and dedicated slots that store the included alternate bat top joystick, a 13-foot (4m) detachable USB cable, and a screwdriver for your modding needs. on the outside, you will find an authentic arcade layout with 10 tournament-grade Sanwa buttons and an authentic Sanwa ball top joystick, a 2.5mm audio jack for use with your headset on Xbox LIVE, and an interchangeable top plate that allows for custom artwork finishes. Continue reading Razer Atrox Arcade Stick for Xbox 360→
you have so much fun with your favorite PC game titles and that kind of makes you reluctant to leave your gaming throne, which needless to say, is not a very healthy thing to do. so it is time to pack it up and hit the road or your local Starbucks or similar and breathe the real air outside (probably the best for you, or at least better than the stagnant air in the dark den of yours) while not giving up on your game. but wait. you can’t really lug your PC around – not unless it is the Razer Edge Gaming Tablet. its name makes it sound like a tablet, tablet but it is really not. Continue reading Razer Edge Gaming Tablet→
stock Xbox 360’s controller is cool. it functions as it should have and has a pretty well thought out ergonomic but if you are working up your way to the pro gamer status, you will need a controller that has more flexibility and punch to it – such as one like the Razer Sabertooth Game Controller for Xbox 360. the Razer Sabertooth features several improvement over its predecessor, the Razer Onza – most notably are the six additional multi-function buttons (Onza has two), of which four are removable and the integrated OLED display for feature customization such as remapping Continue reading Razer Sabertooth Game Controller for Xbox 360→
when you want an immersive game play, a good pair of headset ranks high among your need-to-have gaming arsenal. speaking of which, what’s better than grabbing a pair made by the people who actually play the games? we are referring to the Razer Caracharias for Xbox/PC, a circumaural gaming headset designed around the fact that serious gamers won’t leave their thrones until they conquer the very last objective and annihilate every single opponent in the field and thus, it promise to provide extreme comfort for extended gameplay Continue reading Razer Caracharias→
regular mouse users didn’t quite think twice about this important but often overlooked pointing device. however, as far as gamers are concerned, the fit of the mouse to their hands is as equally important as what goes under the hood and this is especially true for competitive gamers (or anyone who take their PC gaming very seriously) and therefore, a gaming mouse with customizable ergonomics such as the Razer Ouroboros will be welcomed with open arms by the gaming community. the main highlights include a fully customizable ambidextrous ergonomics Continue reading Razer Ouroboros→
black has always been the color for PC gamers but would you trade-in the black for something that’s non-traditional to the PC gaming world? like this silver-colored Star Wars Razer Blade Gaming Laptop that’s reportedly valued over 15 grand? don’t fall off your chair yet, cos’ you don’t need to be shelling that bank account-crunching amount to own it, instead this one-of-the-kind sweet baby will goes to one lucky winner in the Star Wars: The Old Republic Wield The Force Sweepstakes which happening right now. Continue reading Star Wars Razer Blade Gaming Laptop→
addiction can make a person do wonders just to satisfy that particular craving. take for example, PC gaming. it is highly addictive and hardcore gamers often spend hours on end without moving their butts. so needless to say, that’s not very healthy cos’ it thrashes your physical health, as social life crumbles around you and you became so detached from the world that you don’t even know Salted Caramel Mocha is Starbucks’ latest cup of java. anyway, that’s why we have gaming laptop. though, you may not solve the socializing part of the things with portable gaming rig Continue reading Razer Blade Gaming Laptop→
in the late 80s and early 90s, MechWarrior was probably one of the hottest war action game on PC. during its heyday, it has managed to capture the imaginations of many adolescents and teens, and this is the year that it will rise again in the form of MechWarrior Online. whether will it be as hot as the original franchise remains to be seen, however, what we know is, we are already sold by the Razer Artemis Concept Controller, crafted specifically for this soon-to-be-launched game. Continue reading Razer Artemis Concept Controller→
a mouse that caters to ambidextrous user is far and few between, let alone one that is geared towards serious gamers. for the latter group, you can add the new Razer Taipan to the short list of mouse that’s designed for both right- and left-handed gamers. designed in collaboration with top e-sports athletes from professional gaming teams, the Taipan features an ambidextrous form factor, an all-new 8200dpi 4G Dual Sensor System (both laser and optical) for pinpoint tracking, 9 programmable buttons, 1000 Hz Ultrapolling with 1 ms response time, up to 200 in. Continue reading Razer Taipan→