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Razer Ornata gaming keyboard is first to use Mecha-membrane keys

Razer Ornata gaming keyboard is first to use Mecha-membrane keys

Razer has a new gaming keyboard called the Ornata that has something new and interesting up its sleeves. The Ornata is the first keyboard in the world to use something called Mecha-membrane keyboard technology. This technology is designed to combine the most desirable traits from membrane rubber dome keyboards with the benefits of mechanical keyboard technology.

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Razer teams with Maingear for the gaming PC of your dreams

Razer teams with Maingear for the gaming PC of your dreams

The PC gaming specialists at Razer have been busy over the last few weeks, unveiling a plethora of new products including an iPad keyboard, accessories like mice, headphones, and cameras, and even an update to the Blade gaming laptop. But as the IFA 2016 event draws to a close in Berlin, Razer has one last announcement to make: a new tower rig called the R1 Razer Edition, built in collaboration with gaming PC-makers Maingear.

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Razer dishes devices: mouse, camera, headphones, OSVR

Razer dishes devices: mouse, camera, headphones, OSVR

As of today Razer has a whole new batch of devices to share with the gaming world. In addition to a refresh on the company's two most impressive notebooks, Razer is bringing on a ManO'War 7.1, updating availability for the Firefly Cloth Mouse Mat, and they've got an update for the Stargazer Webcam, too. Just in time for PAX, Razer seems to have been chomping at the bit to dish a set of devices in black, green, and rainbow Chroma.

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Razer Blade Stealth refresh gets big battery boost

Razer Blade Stealth refresh gets big battery boost

Razer has given a boot to the pants of their most impressive gaming notebooks this week at PAX, coming correct with both a refreshed Razer Blade and a refreshed Razer Blade Stealth. This notebook's new features include a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor, twice as much memory as the most recent release, and increased battery life. Razer suggests that this notebook will get "up to 9 hours battery life," in fact. The look of this notebooks remains largely the same - much like the Razer Blade (without the Stealth) being announced today.

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Razer Blade 14-inch late-2016 refresh first impressions

Razer Blade 14-inch late-2016 refresh first impressions

Razer has revealed their newest iteration of their hero gaming laptop, the Razer Blade, this time with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics inside. As we detailed in mid-August, NVIDIA's GTX 10 line of GPUs aren't coming to laptops like Blade with "M" versions (read: lesser) of GPUs made for desktops - they're made with the same chips. This new Razer Blade is so powerful - in a big way due to the GTX 1060 - that it's able to run a full-powered virtual reality headset like Oculus Rift and/or HTC VIVE.

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Razer reveals its own chat app for Pokemon GO

Razer reveals its own chat app for Pokemon GO

Given the almost rabid popularity of Pokemon GO, it isn't really surprising that a truckload of third party apps have sprung around it, from chat apps to map apps and even to dating apps. Sadly, not all of those apps have innocent motives and users would be advised to wait for official apps. And RazerGO, while not exactly from the creators of Pokemon GO, is as official as it will get. From the renowned makers of PC gaming computers and accessories, RazerGO puts Pokemon GO players nearby in touch with each other in order to cooperate, or even compete, with one another.

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Razer iPad Pro keyboard makes world’s first ultra-low-profile mechanical switch

Razer iPad Pro keyboard makes world’s first ultra-low-profile mechanical switch

This morning the folks at Razer have revealed their first big play for the iPad Pro in an keyboard case. This keyboard case works with Razer's own Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical Switches, the first of their kind. Every one of these Razer Ultra-Low-Profile Mechanical switches works with "a true actuation and reset point." In short - they're radical. The case will be shipping immediately straight through Razer's official store online at Razerzone dot com.

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Razer Turret Review and my living room keyboard dreams

Razer Turret Review and my living room keyboard dreams

I'd been waiting a long time for this keyboard to be released. This, the Razer Turret, a keyboard, mouse, and mousepad made for the living room. I first saw it back at CES 2015. Back then, it went hand-in-hand with the Razer Forge TV, a device that was revealed just before its biggest competitor, the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV. I was more excited about having a handy keyboard and mouse for my couch than I was for the Android TV platform, no matter the manufacturer. Razer had made the ideal set of controllers for lounging and gaming. It'd be months before I got the opportunity to use this device duo at home.

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Razer Naga Hex V2 mouse aims at League of Legends gamers

Razer Naga Hex V2 mouse aims at League of Legends gamers

Game peripheral maker Razer has unveiled its latest gaming mouse called the Naga Hex V2. This mouse isn't aimed at FPS gamers, it's aimed at gamers that like to play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games such as League of Legends, Dota 2, and Heroes of the Storm. The mouse has seven buttons and a mechanical thumb wheel optimized for that sort of gaming.

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OSVR enters consumer VR market with $400 headset

OSVR enters consumer VR market with $400 headset

Taking on E3 2016 on the dawn of the first full day, OSVR have revealed their Hacker Development Kit 2. That's not just a developer device, but a full- blown consumer-ready virtual reality headset that's ALSO made for developers (and hackers), that'll cost users $399 right out the box. There aren't any controllers in the box, and you'll have to do some hacking to make it work with room-scale tracking, but it's basically all there - if you know what you're doing.

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OLED MacBook looks like something Razer would make

OLED MacBook looks like something Razer would make

The flatness is here - a set of images of what could some day end up being a glorious new generation in MacBook aesthetics. This is a concept by Martin Hajek, who you might most recently remember for his renderings of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 "Pro". Here you'll see keys that are a lot closer to the surface of the keyboard. Here you'll see a display bar above the rim. Here you'll see a new way to interact with a machine that - to be entirely honest - didn't need much to change in the first place.

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Razer announces first US retail store in San Francisco

Razer announces first US retail store in San Francisco

When you think about going to the store to satisfy your gaming habits, you have some wildly different options. You have your stores that happen to have electronics departments, you've got electronics stores with decent gaming sections, and then you've got game-focused stores like GameStop. One major gaming hardware maker thinks that these options just aren't good enough, so they're opening their own store.

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