razer

Razer Diamondback Review (2015)

Razer Diamondback Review (2015)

The Razer Diamondback ambidextrous mouse is one of the most well-rounded and beautiful mice I've ever used, in any category. While I'm still all about using a right-handed mouse - since I'm not really a lefty - this piece of equipment is shaped fine enough that I've not noticed a major difference. This is the return of the mouse that worked with the world's first optical gaming sensor - now back for its 4th iteration, the first update to the mouse since 2007.

Continue Reading

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2016 Review

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2016 Review

A keyboard with a set of bright, blinking green lights on it isn't generally the first thing you think of when you think top-quality hardware. With Razer and the BlackWidow Ultimate 2016 edition keyboard, you get the unlikely combination of high-end pro-gamer ready hardware and bright, flashy, blinky green lights - in programmable combinations of blinks, no less. For those of you that own the 2014 edition of this keyboard and wouldn't try any other keyboard ever again - now's the time to trade up.

Continue Reading

Razer Music is a place for producers to share tips and tricks

Razer Music is a place for producers to share tips and tricks

At first glance you might think that the newly announced Razer Music is a place where games familiar with the Razer brand can go to download music. On investigation Razer Music is more of a place for musical pros to come together to share content, trade tips and secrets on digital music production and performance.

Continue Reading

Razer Mamba Review (2015 edition)

Razer Mamba Review (2015 edition)

Along the the Mamba TE and the DeathAdder (Chroma), the Mamba (2015 Edition) is one of the most advanced gaming mice in the world. This device works with a laser sensor, a max speed of 210 IPS, acceleration of 50G, and an industry-leading 16,000 DPI sensor under the hood. This mouse now also has Chroma lighting - which means you can make it light up in a combination of colors along its left, right, and scroll wheel. This device is very, very similar to the mouse we called 2015's gaming master mouse in a review earlier this year.

Continue Reading

Razer Mamba TE Review: 2015’s gaming master mouse

Razer Mamba TE Review: 2015’s gaming master mouse

The Razer Mamba TE is a Tournament Edition mouse made to compete with the highest-grade gaming mice in the world. This device continues the Razer tradition of making high-end super-sensitive mice by bringing a 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor with 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling and 1 ms response time. That's no joke. This mouse runs a max of 210 inches per second and 50 G acceleration (if your arm can move that fast.) It also has lots of pretty colors.

Continue Reading

Razer Nabu launches again, for real this time

Razer Nabu launches again, for real this time

It's kinda telling when a "second gen" product ships before its predecessor. Technically speaking, the Razer Nabu X is a sort of a different wearable, but still, the display-toting Razer Nabu was announced a full year before it. This week at PAX Prime 2015, Razer has finally announced something that was more than a year in the making. The Razer Nabu is finally available for pre-order, for real, starting September 15 and will start shipping, for real, in October. Hopefully with no more unexpected delays.

Continue Reading

Razer RealSense camera revealed for desktop gaming

Razer RealSense camera revealed for desktop gaming

This morning Razer revealed an Intel-powered RealSense camera for PC gamers. While this technology has been used for 3D applications before - scanning in the real world, for example, Razer is bringing the technology home squarely in the gaming arena. Think facial tracking while you're using your multi-monitor setup to race cars. This camera will be launching as its own stand-along peripheral for desktop PC gaming first - but we wouldn't be surprised to see it launch on a Razer laptop in the near future.

Continue Reading

Razer Chroma line expands: Orbweaver, Deathstalker join crew

Razer Chroma line expands: Orbweaver, Deathstalker join crew

Two new accessories with full "Chroma" color are revealed by Razer at Gamescom 2015. Razer Orbweaver Chroma and Razer Deathstalker Chroma join the rest of the Chroma-branded devices, the whole collection with their own implementation of customizable color options. A whopping 16.8 million colors for the whole crew. Both the Orbweaver Chroma and the Deathstalker Chroma are included in the Chroma SDK for developers to bring in-game events to the devices with lighting effects. Like when you lose, your devices all turn red.

Continue Reading

Razer Serval Android gaming controller lands on Google Play store

Razer Serval Android gaming controller lands on Google Play store

One of the biggest challenges to playing some Android games on your mobile device is that on-screen controls or tilt controls often leave a lot to be desired. Thankfully, there are bunches of different gaming controllers that will connect to your Android device and allow you to use a controller for your favorite games. A new Bluetooth Android gaming controller has landed on the Google Play store from Razer called the Serval.

Continue Reading

Razer willing to shoulder OUYA’s indie debt

Razer willing to shoulder OUYA’s indie debt

OUYA might have found a bit of salvation in Razer when the latter acquired part of OUYA's operations, but that doesn't mean it has completely escaped controversy. Now hounding both companies, indie developers have voiced out concerns over OUYA seemingly "screwing them out" of promised thousands of dollars under its Free the Games marketing stint. Although not legally obligated to do so, since it didn't buy that part of OUYA's business, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan wants to do good by these indie devs and is willing to pay what OUYA owes them under slightly revised conditions.

Continue Reading

Razer OUYA acquisition is all about games

Razer OUYA acquisition is all about games

Here's why being acquired by a company like Razer is great: not only will OUYA continue to be made in hardware form, the software will be expanding. According to Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, Razer has acquired the software assets of OUYA and will start this party off right - by integrating OUYA games and their store into the Razer Forge TV - that's their Android TV device revealed earlier this year at CES 2015. Not only that, but the OUYA gaming console will continue to live on, and maybe even grow!

Continue Reading

Razer Mamba gaming mouse has adjustable Click Force

Razer Mamba gaming mouse has adjustable Click Force

With E3 2015 underway, there are all sorts of new video games being unveiled for the first time at the show. If you are a PC gamer, the show is also where some new gaming peripherals are unveiled and Razer has rolled out a new high-end gaming mouse. The new mouse is an updated version of the Razer Mamba and it has some tech inside that is a first in the gaming mouse arena.

Continue Reading

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13