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Razer CEO makes candid apology for supply issues

Razer CEO makes candid apology for supply issues

Tt’s not often you find a company with a CEO whose main mode of communication with the public is Facebook. It’s also not often that you see the founder of a company as well known as Razer take responsibility for the company’s shortcomings. Today, Founder and CEO of Razer, Min-Liang Tan, has taken to the social network to make amends with the public for their "screwing up on anticipating demand" for their products for "a long time."

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Razer Junglecat iPhone gamepad released with custom profiles

Razer Junglecat iPhone gamepad released with custom profiles

Earlier this year at CES 2014 we got our first glimpse of what would eventually become the Razer Junglecat. This tiny beast takes hold of the gamepad era for the iPhone, making certain the full extent of Razer’s promise in highest-quality materials and build are delivered. The final device has evolved far beyond what we saw in-hand this January.

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Razer Nabu wearables delayed in Fitbit reaction

Razer Nabu wearables delayed in Fitbit reaction

If you owned - or own - a Fitbit Force this season, you know there’s been a bit of trouble with users complaining of skin irritation. In light of this, it would appear that the folks at gaming device creator Razer have decided to put their own wearable device, the Razer Nabu, through another round of testing. Straight from co-Founder, CEO, and Creative Director at Razer Min-Liang Tan comes a message of assurance.

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Razer Project Christine eyes-on: up close with gaming’s modular future

Razer Project Christine eyes-on: up close with gaming’s modular future

This week we're being given the opportunity at CES 2014 to see Razer's newest product - Project Christine - up close, well before it hits the market in all its modular glory. This machine is what Razer intends to be their center for innovation in the modular computing environment, allowing users to upgrade and swap out bits and pieces with ease, however they see fit. Creating all the parts themselves, they've once again made clear that they'll be no stranger to the high-end PC manufacturing world through the future.

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