Razer has updated its Orochi gaming mouse with a new, more powerful sensor that provides better accuracy, as well as offering about double the battery life of its predecessor. You can grab the device now for the gamer on your gift list and get it in time for Christmas. The device is priced at $69.99 for those in the US, and €69.99 for those on the other side of the pond.
Razer has always been a maker of premiere gaming peripherals, especially their mice. One of the biggest features of their gaming mice are the high dpi ratings (dots per inch) of the sensors. Most of their mice have over 3000dpi sensors, but their newest DeathAdder mouse has a whopping 6400dpi, making it the most precise mouse on the planet.
If you followed the details, we learned so far about Razer's Project Fiona gaming tablet with interest, you will really like the news that has turned up this week. Reports indicate that the Project Fiona gaming tablet has been confirmed for production. This product was first seen as a concept during CES 2012 where won several awards and got mobile gaming geeks all fired up.
One of the things I really like about gaming peripheral maker Razer is that not only do their products perform, but they look really cool to boot. The company is back with a new gaming headset that has an aviation themed design called the BlackShark. This is one of the best looking gaming headsets I've seen in a long time.
I've been a PC gamer for a long time and one of my favorite gaming keyboards was made by Razer. Razer has unveiled a new gaming keyboard called the DeathStalker Ultimate, and it's one of the coolest keyboards I've ever seen. Rather than having a questionably useful number pad on the right-hand side, this thing gets a touchscreen and customizable buttons.
Razer has been producing gaming accessories for a long time including some of the best mice, keyboards, and headsets on the market. The company has unveiled its latest gaming headset called the Kraken Pro. Razer says that the Kraken Pro is focused on ergonomics for the head with weight, functionality, and performance being the key attributes targeted in the design.
Razer has announced a new version of its mechanical BlackWidow series gaming keyboard for 2013. The new edition of the Ultimate keyboard will launch next month and will sell for $139.99. The BlackWidow series has always been known for its mechanical keys with crisp, tactile actuation. The new 2013 edition of keyboard has improved anti-ghosting technology and uses Razer Synapse 2.0 cloud technology.
Razer has announced a new gaming mouse set to land in Q4 called the Ouroboros. The gaming mouse is designed to have a lot of adjustability and to be usable by right and left-handed gamers. The big feature of the mouse is fully customizable ergonomics that are adjustable for any hand size and any grip style. The mouse is designed with an adjustable palm rest that can move up to 0.9-inches.
It's hard to make video game aesthetics work in the real world. Halo's segmented green and Starcraft's otherworldly blue end up looking like odd residents when saddled to desktop staples or game consoles. But Bioware's Mass Effect series seems to do well when translated into physical goods, mostly thanks to the subtle red-on-black racing stripe of Commander Shepard's N7 armor. If you feel like you need a little more intergalactic style in your life, Razer's introduced a collection of accessories (both gaming and fashion) to celebrate the upcoming release of Mass Effect 3.
We heard about an ambitious new project from the gaming experts at Razer even before CES started, but a staggered release kept us away from their ostentatious booth until now. The "Project Fiona" concept device is a full x86 Windows 7 computer squeezed into a tablet device. Two things make Fiona unique: one, it's a tablet built wit the PC horsepower for serious modern gaming, and two, its unique control mechanism pairs physical buttons and triggers with a full touchscreen.
Razer has delivered on its gaming tablet tease, revealing Project Fiona at CES today. A sub-$1,000 Windows 8 slate that could potentially launch in Q4 2012, Project Fiona packs a third-gen Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor and a hybrid user interface with a pair of integrated game controllers with analog sticks, each of which offers force feedback.