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Thieves make off with two Razer Blade prototype laptops

Thieves make off with two Razer Blade prototype laptops

Thieves really suck; I think most of us will agree with that. There are few things worse than people who take the things other people work hard to make or buy in my book. You might recall the sweet Razer Blade hybrid gaming notebook that broke cover a while back. The big feature of this gaming notebook was the touchscreen on the right where the boring number pad would normally be.

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Razer shows off rough design for Xbox 360 Arcade Stick

Razer shows off rough design for Xbox 360 Arcade Stick

Razer is well known for making some really cool gaming accessories for computers and game consoles. The latest project that is underway at Razer is the new Xbox 360 Ultimate Arcade Stick. It looks like a joystick off an 80's arcade game for sure. It has a big joystick with a black knob along with eight colored buttons. The design you see in the photos is not finalized.

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Razer unveils “Blade” ultimate gaming laptop

Razer unveils “Blade” ultimate gaming laptop

Razer has long been known for their stylish gaming peripherals, but the company has now introduced its first ever gaming notebook, dubbed the Blade. The 17-inch laptop is meant as a desktop replacement and takes some styling cues from the 17-inch MacBook Pro with an aluminum unibody. However, it actually beats the Apple laptop in thinness.

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Razer Switchblade first to grab Atom Z690; still insists it’s just a “concept”

Razer Switchblade first to grab Atom Z690; still insists it’s just a “concept”

Razer has confirmed that its Switchblade gaming notebook will be the first device to use the Intel Atom Z690 processor. The Switchblade - announced at CES 2011 earlier this year, though at the time billed as merely a concept - will use the 1.7GHz chip to run its 7-inch multitouch-capable display and dynamic keyboard, which can change key-legend to suit whatever title is being played.

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Razer Transformers collector’s edition gear isn’t more than meets the eye

Razer Transformers collector’s edition gear isn’t more than meets the eye

The gaming geeks over at Razer have been making some of the best computer peripherals like mice and keyboards for gamers for a number of years now. The company has more recently taken to releasing special edition mice rather than completely new designs. The favorite mouse to get the custom collector's edition touch from Razer is its DeathAdder mouse. In fact, the last time we talked about the DeathAdder it was getting dressed up in Dragon Age II livery.

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Razer Hydra motion controllers for PC gamers debut

Razer Hydra motion controllers for PC gamers debut

We can thank the Nintendo Wii for bringing motion controllers to the masses. I still think that motion control was a bit gimmicky, even if it is fun. I think that the gaming masses have spoken though with sales of the Wii slipping significantly and the Xbox 360 selling in larger numbers. Still, some people want motion controls and if you are one of the gamers that do you can soon get your hands on a new motion controlled gaming setup from Razer called the Hydra.

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Razer DeathAdder mouse gets Dragon Age II skin

Razer DeathAdder mouse gets Dragon Age II skin

Razer has been unveiling lots of special edition mice and keyboards over the last few months. The latest of these special editions is a mouse to go along with the Dragon Age II video game for serious fans of the title. The mouse has all the specs that we know and love from the normal DeathAdder with a red dragon on the top of the mouse and the red II.

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