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Razer’s OSVR now has 50 partners for a single VR standard

Razer’s OSVR now has 50 partners for a single VR standard

This week at GDC 2015, OSVR announced that several hard-hitting names in gaming recently joined their cause - to unite the whole VR universe under one set of standards. This also marks the first clear point at which OSVR is being promoted as a system separate from Razer. Instead of this being a Razer-centric announcement from Razer, it's positioned as an OSVR-centric announcement from the OSVR group. It's an organization to rally the VR universe, after all, not just the efforts of one company.

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Razer’s OSVR VR headset v1.1 detailed for release

Razer’s OSVR VR headset v1.1 detailed for release

Today OSVR - via Razer - revealed a set of updates for their open VR initiative. One piece of this equation was in the update of the software standard - optimizations and the like. Another part of the update was in revealing the new total number of supporters of OSVR - 50 partners in all. Then there the brand new OSVR Hacker Development Kit v1.1, complete with a 1080p full-HD OLED display with higher contrast and lower latency than the first edition - the version we saw at CES 2015 earlier this year.

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Razer Tactical Bag Review: the gear backpack of your dreams

Razer Tactical Bag Review: the gear backpack of your dreams

My review of the Razer Tactical Bag began in January of 2015, about a month and a half ago. The bag was delivered to me right in time for CES 2015 - easily the most action-packed week for me out of the whole year - for tech, that is to say. During the week I carry a lot of weight. In past years, I've brought bags that weren't up to the task. I've had bags whose handles rip partway through the week. I've had bags that didn't end up having nearly enough space or pockets for organization of oddities. The Razer Tactical Bag was up to the task.

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Razer Blade 2015 introduced with QHD+ display and GTX 970M

Razer Blade 2015 introduced with QHD+ display and GTX 970M

Today the folks at Razer introduced another iteration of their Razer Blade gaming notebook, this one prepped for release immediately in several markets around the world. This version of the notebook is again what Razer suggests is the world's thinnest and lightest gaming notebook, this one coming with a 14-inch display and the newest in Intel and NVIDIA GeForce GTX processors and graphics processors. This version also works with QHD+ resolution across its face and a smooth exterior reminiscent of the Razer Blade already on the market.

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Razer Nabu X sneaks out for sale to the public

Razer Nabu X sneaks out for sale to the public

Earlier this month at CES 2015 we first heard about the 2nd tier wearable device from Razer, one called the Nabu X. Here less than a month later the device is already on sale to the general public. This device went on sale to Razer Insiders before, coming in at a price that very well could be kicking the device out at a loss - $20. Now the device comes to the public at a still-reasonable $49.99 USD - very similar to its competitors in the field.

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Razer Forge TV hands-on: Android TV-based gaming supercharged

Razer Forge TV hands-on: Android TV-based gaming supercharged

This week at CES 2015, Razer brought their first Android TV product to the masses. With a dedicated wireless gaming controller that doubles as a media remote (Razer Serval) as well as a wireless gaming keyboard (Razer Turret) made for the couch-surfing gamer, there's no mistaking the fact that Razer is aiming its cannons directly toward the living room this year. With the Forge TV, Razer is preparing to put the likes of Amazon Fire TV, Google's Nexus Player, and Apple TV on notice.

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Razer Nabu X hands-on: three little lights

Razer Nabu X hands-on: three little lights

Over the past year, Razer has turned their original Nabu wearable device (revealed exactly one year ago) into a bit of an underground hit - thousands sold, but to their fan club members and developers only. Here in 2015, Razer is returning to the scene with the Razer Nabu X, a slightly more simple affair. This device has the same abilities as the original Nabu, but this time you're being notified by three LED lights, not a full screen with text. This unit is a whole lot less expensive, too.

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Razer Cortex game launcher gets PC streaming powers

Razer Cortex game launcher gets PC streaming powers

Razer's new Forge TV Android microconsole and Nabu X smartband might be taking center stage here at CES 2015, but one part of the company's family of gaming products is also making a rather silent debut. While being able to play Android games from the comfort of your couch is always an interesting proposition, not everyone is ready to give up their PC games just yet. For these class of people who want to enjoy the best of both worlds, Razer's Cortex: Stream will be your best bet.

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Razer OSVR headset hands-on: a platform, not a competitor

Razer OSVR headset hands-on: a platform, not a competitor

The teams at Oculus Rift, Samsung, Google, and the rest need not worry - Razer isn't really gunning for them with the VR headset you're about to see here. Instead, this unit is part of a long-term plan for Razer in which their software is utilized by other companies - in other words, this isn't a headset you're going to be buying in a store any time soon. The model we're seeing and using here is just the first step in a long-term plan by Razer to make their big play in the ever-expanding virtual reality ecosystem.

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Razer Nabu X social and fitness wearable arrives this spring

Razer Nabu X social and fitness wearable arrives this spring

Razer has introduced another wearable, the Nabu X. This is similar to the company's previous Nabu wrist band, and is bid as an entry-level device for those looking to nab a budget-friendly smart band. As with comparable wearables, the Nabu X can keep tabs on one's fitness information, receive notifications from their paired smartphone, and use the device's social feature with other Nabu X owners. The wearable will first be made available for "qualified fans", arriving for everyone else later this year.

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Razer Forge TV brings Android gaming to your living room

Razer Forge TV brings Android gaming to your living room

Razer wants your entertainment center to have an Android element, and to make sure that happens it has announced its new Razer Forge TV and some accessories to go along with it. There is the console itself -- a small black box with a quad-core processor and Android installed -- as well as a couple of Bluetooth peripherals, the Razer Turret and Serval, access to Steam, and more. Once setup, Razer says the system provides users with a "hardcore Android gaming experience".

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Razer BlackWidow Chroma Review

Razer BlackWidow Chroma Review

Of the three Razer Chroma devices we've reviewed this week, the BlackWidow gaming keyboard is by far the most complex. In color, anyway - instead of just a couple of different ways to display color, this keyboard works with a wide variety of color blasts. It's one of the finest gaming keyboards on the market, too, of course. Since it first launched in 2010, the Razer BlackWidow has been one of the most popular gaming keyboards on the circuit - the pro eSports gaming circuit, that is - this is one of the keyboards the top gamers in the world use when they're competing for millions of dollars in cash prizes.

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