Gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer knows that CES wouldn't be the same without some slick concept to drool over, and their Switchblade gaming laptop is a great example of the breed. Switchblade is based around a 7-inch multitouch display and a keyboard that can dynamically change to show different legends and symbols depending on what title you're playing, complete with WiFi and 3G connectivity.
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When it comes to PC gaming the hardware and peripherals you use can make all the difference. The Razer brand is a favorite among the hard-core gamers that like high sensitivity mice and cool gaming keyboards. Razer also offers all sorts of other gear for gamers like mouse pads.
Remember those TRON: Legacy peripherals that Razer unveiled a few months back? If you thought that you could probably find yourself buying one this year, then you'll be happy to know that Razer stuck with their fourth quarter estimates, and have officially launched the gaming mouse. It's obviously a TRON-themed accessory, and sure enough, the lights on the accessory light up just as we would want them to.
For a long time if you wanted a gaming keypad to play your PC games with your only choice was Belkin and its line of popular Nostromo gaming keypads. These little one-handed keypads were designed to allow the PC gamer to shed the keyboard and use something smaller and more compact.
Razer is no stranger to the gaming market, and they've just unveiled a brand new gaming keyboard to add to the mix. This new 'board is meant primarily for Massively Multiplayer Online and RPG titles, with inputs that are primarily aimed at MMO titles already installed. There are plenty of other included features along for the ride, which should make any gamer out there looking for a new keyboard give it a second look.
We have already talked about the Razer Starcraft II themed line of gaming peripherals that are coming to market back during E3 when the stuff was first unveiled. Razer has announced that gamers who have been looking forward to getting hands on the gear can now pre-order the stuff directly from the Razer website.
Razer's line-up of Naga gaming mice has seen plenty of additions since its debut, and now the company has seen fit to add yet another model to the lineage. As with any Naga gaming mouse before it, the new Naga Epic features 17 programmable keys along the side of the device, which provides plenty of customizable options for players of Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) games.
Razer has just released a new accessory for your mouse. If you'r an avid gamer, and you use your mouse far more than your standard mouse pad ever anticipated you to, then you're probably in the market for a new one. That's where Razer's new Ironclad unibody aluminum mousepad comes in, which the company says features extraordinary tracking control.
Razer has been making some slick and cool gaming peripherals for a long time now. Back in August, the company pulled the wraps off its latest gaming mouse with the Naga that has tons of buttons and was aimed at the MMO gamer. Razer has now announced a couple special edition Naga mice for gamers.
When it comes to keyboards, the mechanical variety usually provides the most travel between you pressing a key, and its input. That usually means a more "clicky" feel, and most people tend to prefer this type of keyboard. As of now, Razer's line-up of keyboards, like the Lycosa and Arctosa, are scissor-switch keyboards, which means they don't have the same kind of travel. But, Razer's about ready to let loose their first variations of mechanical keyboards. Introducing the BlackWidow and BlackWidow Ultimate.
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.