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Razer Core release: full-size GPU for your gaming notebook

Razer Core release: full-size GPU for your gaming notebook

With the Razer Core, the age of the overpowered gaming notebook can begin. Razer has revealed a device here that essentially contains a full-sized graphics card for your notebook, connecting that device to this one with a single Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) cable. This single cable supplies both data and power, connecting - for example - the also-newly-revealed Razer Blade Stealth gaming notebook to the graphics power of a full-sized NVIDIA or AMD GPU. This device is also essentially plug-and-play, able to allow you to swap cards with a single screw.

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Razer Blade Stealth gaming laptop aims for MacBook head-on

Razer Blade Stealth gaming laptop aims for MacBook head-on

The Razer Blade Stealth is been revealed as a companion to the Razer Blade gaming laptop, set to be released with a direct-to-consumer model to cut down on prices for the end user. Similar to what Apple does with their Apple Stores, Razer plans on selling this model straight through their Razer Store physical locations and Razer Store online. This device is an Ultrabook, rolling with the latest Intel Core i7 processor and a 4K, 12.5-inch, touchscreen display. Two versions of this device will be available, one with a 4K display, the other with a Quad HD display.

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Razer webcam “Stargazer” release to take on streaming industry

Razer webcam “Stargazer” release to take on streaming industry

Razer Stargazer revealed at CES 2016 to take the video game streaming industry out a whole new door. Much in the same way Razer aimed to provide the game streaming environment with a hero microphone with the Seiren and the Razer Seiren Pro, the Razer Stargazer is what the company calls "the world's most advanced webcam." As such, this camera is able to capture and stream video at 720p at 60 frames per second. This camera is tops - if only because it has basically no competition whatsoever.

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Razer Nabu Watch hands-on

Razer Nabu Watch hands-on

One of the most unexpected things that I was able to see while visiting with Razer at CES was a product that actually has very little to do with gaming at all. Back in 2014, the company announced, and later launched their fitness band, dubbed the Nabu. Well the Nabu is present here at CES once again, but in the form of a watch.

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Lenovo’s new ideacentre, ideapad devices target gamers and more

Lenovo’s new ideacentre, ideapad devices target gamers and more

Lenovo has introduced a bunch of laptops and tablets as part of its CES 2016 lineup, but if you prefer desktops over the more portable options, the company has a few new models that will meet your needs. The latest ideacentre expansion brings in the gaming-centric Y900 Razer Edition alongside the curved Y27g gaming monitor, as well as the ideacentre 610S home desktop PC and ideacentre all-in-one 510S. Joining those are a few ideapad laptops, too, rounding out the offerings.

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OUYA returns inside Razer Forge Android TV

OUYA returns inside Razer Forge Android TV

Earlier this year it became apparent that OUYA was going to crash and burn - until Razer acquired their whole company. Upon acquiring the company, Razer (eventually) made clear that they'd be essentially dumping the hardware, but keeping the games. As such, we sort of suspected there'd be a resurgence of the Razer Forge Android TV device, which has had a bit of an odd past, especially over the past several months. That OUYA game collection is back as Razer Cortex for Android TV.

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Razer Leviathan Mini Review

Razer Leviathan Mini Review

Inside the Razer Leviathan Mini you're going to get some deep, booming sound. That's for certain. If you connect this speaker to your Android device, you'll be able to say "OK Google" to it just fine - it uses what Razer calls "Clear Voice Capture" technology - you can use it as a speakerphone for your phone, too. But what is the Razer Leviathan Mini best at? Audio for your TV? Not so much. Wireless music. Wireless music in twos.

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Razer Wildcat Xbox One Controller Review

Razer Wildcat Xbox One Controller Review

Before now we've been using one extremely standard Xbox One wireless controller and one highest-end controller from Microsoft. Now that the Razer Wildcat has launched, it's time we found an entirely new gaming grounds to roll around in. Here we've got a device that costs the same as an Xbox One Elite Controller, but isn't as heavy. Here we've got a device that's lighter than the original Xbox One wireless controller, but whose industrial design has far more finesse.

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Lenovo and Razer team up for co-branded gaming PCs

Lenovo and Razer team up for co-branded gaming PCs

This week Razer and Lenovo have announced their intent to collaborate on a series of gaming PCs. These PCs will exist within the Lenovo Y series, coming as "special Razer Editions", appearing for the first time in prototype form at the gaming convention DreamHack Winter 2015. Lucky you, though, we've got a set of images of this first desktop machine right this minute. This machine comes with NVIDIA GPUs and black, green, and rainbow colors included.

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Razer Seiren Pro Review

Razer Seiren Pro Review

The Razer Seiren Pro is a high-end microphone made for gamers - more specifically aimed at those that stream their gaming live for the masses. What you're going to see here is a microphone that looks and feels like a studio-level piece of equipment. But can it deliver in sound where it delivers in looks? This monster of a microphone is the sort of thing you buy when you get really serious about your online recording art - or when you just feel like tossing a piece of your paycheck at a piece of equipment that'll last you forever. Either way, fine audio, here we come.

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Razer Forge TV isn’t dead: OUYA integration incoming

Razer Forge TV isn’t dead: OUYA integration incoming

The Android TV device Razer Forge TV has been getting some work done in the games department - so says Razer. They suggest that their purchase of the gaming system/company Ouya has allowed them to begin "doubling-down on Android gaming in the living room." As such, we'll expect that the current disappearance of available stock in the Google Store of this gaming TV bundle is just temporary. Once it returns to general sale, we'll more than likely see an upgraded collection of games available for the entire Android TV universe, as well.

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Razer Forge TV silently vanishes from Google Store

Razer Forge TV silently vanishes from Google Store

It's not unusual for devices to come and go on Google's fancy new online hardware store but usually they happen when a product is being deprecated in lieu of a successor or is being discontinued altogether. So when Razer's first and so far only venture into a console-like living room gaming system suddenly disappears from Google Store without a word, there is a good measure of speculation happening. Of course, the Razer Forge TV is still available from other sources, but now no longer has Google's official stamp of approval.

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