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Razer Orca Headphones Threaten to Bring Together Hardcore Gamers and Music Enthusiasts

Razer Orca Headphones Threaten to Bring Together Hardcore Gamers and Music Enthusiasts

Apparently, if you're a hardcore gamer, you've been missing out on the whole music scene that's been going around for a little while now. And, if you're a music enthusiast, you've completely skipped over this whole video game thing, obviously in an effort to better yourself. But! Thanks to Razer, a company previously focused solely on the gaming market, you can rest easy, as they've just announced their Orca headphones.

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Razer Plans Future Mac Support, Also Adding Existing Products

Razer Plans Future Mac Support, Also Adding Existing Products

It's only been a couple days since the official announcement heard 'round the world: Valve is releasing Steam for Mac. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, one of the biggest reasons Mac users were running BootCamp on their systems has now come their way in a far more native approach. So, while everyone is clearing out their hard drives, Razer wants to make it perfectly clear that they, too, are going to start supporting the Cupertino-based hardware/software combo.

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Razer and Sixense bring motion-sensing peripheral to PC gaming [Video]

Razer and Sixense bring motion-sensing peripheral to PC gaming [Video]

Dedicated PC gaming accessories manufacturer Razer has teamed up with Sixense to bring motion-sensing peripherals to PC gaming.  By means of a an electromagnetic field sent out from a transmitter, the two-controller set up is able to create a precise replication of on-screen movements.   Furthermore, the technology can also support gesture-based commands, and more remarkably can detect position in space along six axes.

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Razer Orochi mobile gaming mouse available in limited numbers

Razer Orochi mobile gaming mouse available in limited numbers

Gaming notebooks are getting more powerful all the time making gaming with a laptop actually something that many gamers are able to do. The catch is that a track pad is not the way gamers want to control their characters on screen and a full size mouse kills some of the portability of a mobile gaming machine. You may recall back in July that Razer announced a new mobile gaming mouse called the Orochi.

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