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Razer mistakingly offers 90% off coupon, will honor all purchases

Razer mistakingly offers 90% off coupon, will honor all purchases

In what may one of the most consumer-friendly moves made by a company, Razer has announced that it will honor purchases made with a 90% off coupon that was mistakingly made public on the company's UK store. Razer said that the coupon was put there by a third-party to test out the company's online shopping cart, but it ended up making its way out into the limelight.

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Steam to come pre-loaded on Razer Edge

Steam to come pre-loaded on Razer Edge

Though it's not entirely difficult to go ahead and download the software for yourself from your friendly internet browser window, gaming environment Steam will be coming to the Razer Edge gaming tablet built-in, right out of the box. This is a significant move by both the folks at Razer and the members of Valve that've agreed to push their Steam app to the hardware right out of the box as it's the first time said software will have done such a thing.

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Razer Edge gaming tablet: What the heck is it?

Razer Edge gaming tablet: What the heck is it?

If you've not heard of it before, the Razer Edge gaming tablet can seem like a bit of an odd unicorn. While we've heard of gaming tablets before, this really does appear to be one of the most grand efforts a company has made thus far - especially considering the rise of the Android tablet and the iPad - both of which could be considered "gaming tablets" in their own right. What have we got here then? We've got Windows 8, a 3rd-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 256GB SSD, and a fabulous 8GB of RAM - and NVIDIA graphics, too!

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Razer Edge pre-orders begin March 1

Razer Edge pre-orders begin March 1

Razer showed off their new Edge gaming tablet at CES last month. We even got our hands on the new device to see what makes it so special, and now the company has announced that pre-orders for the new tablet will begin on March 1 at 12:01 pm PT, with shipments going out at some point later that month.

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Razer is re-selling StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm gear for a limited time

Razer is re-selling StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm gear for a limited time

Razer, one of the most well-known manufacturers of gaming gear, is now re-launching its gaming peripheral line-up designed for Blizzard’s StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm expansion. The collection of gear is designed to give StarCraft II players the edge that they need in order to dominate in their matches. Razer is bringing back its StarCraft II product line because of the positive response it received during its initial launch. This re-launch will only be available for a limited amount of time.

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Razer announces partnership with eSports team Evil Geniuses

Razer announces partnership with eSports team Evil Geniuses

Razer, a company best known for its gaming peripherals and its lime green color schemes, has announced a partnership with eSports team Evil Geniuses in order to "reinforce" the company's "support of eSports globally." The partnership will see Razer serve as the gaming team's official partner for gaming peripherals, with the entire team using Razer gear in all future tournaments.

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Razer Edge Pro Gaming System touts Synaptics ClearPad touch technology

Razer Edge Pro Gaming System touts Synaptics ClearPad touch technology

This week the folks at Synaptics are making it clear what they've contributed to one of the most decorated gaming products at CES 2013: the Razer Edge Pro Gaming System. This machine has been shown as using none other than the Synaptics ClearPad 7300 Single-Chip Touch Controller, made with technology that's able to work with not only this device, but a wide variety of devices across the touch spectrum.

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CES 2013 wrap-up: Gaming gets the spotlight

CES 2013 wrap-up: Gaming gets the spotlight

We're used to CES being all about gadgets and technology in general, but this year, there were actually a surprising number of major gaming announcements. NVIDIA positioned itself front and center, leading the charge and talking about a number of new products and services that are bound to get any gamer bouncing up and down with glee. Perhaps the biggest reveal NVIDIA's press conference held was the reveal of Project SHIELD, a new Android-based games console that's packing the company's latest mobile processor, the Tegra 4.

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Razer Edge (Project Fiona) gaming tablet Hands-on

Razer Edge (Project Fiona) gaming tablet Hands-on

Razer's poplar Project Fiona gaming tablet made quite the splash last year at CES but today it's finally been made official, hardware is final, and the gaming tablet machine will begin shipping in Q1 of this year. In case you missed it, Razer announced all the details this afternoon and renamed it the "Razer Edge" but we managed to get some hands-on pictures with prototype so lets take a look.

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Razer Edge tablet looks to take PC gaming mobile for $999

Razer Edge tablet looks to take PC gaming mobile for $999

We've seen a few companies try their hands at tablet gaming, but now Razer is officially entering the space with its new Edge tablet. To say that the Edge is "new" is somewhat misleading, as we were introduced to a version of this tablet at CES 2012. Back then, it had been dubbed Project Fiona, but today, with the hardware locked down and plenty of accessories to talk about, Fiona is becoming the Edge.

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Razer Orbweaver mechanical gaming keypad gives one-handed control

Razer Orbweaver mechanical gaming keypad gives one-handed control

Gaming peripheral maker Razer has announced a new addition to its lineup called the Orbweaver. The device is a small, one-handed gaming keypad like those we've seen from other manufacturers, such as Belkin, in the past. The idea is for the smaller and easier to manage keypad to replace the keyboard when gaming on the PC.

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Razer Carcharias headset for the Xbox 360 and PC debuts

Razer Carcharias headset for the Xbox 360 and PC debuts

Razer has unveiled a new gaming headset aimed at gamers using the Xbox 360 or the PC called the Carcharias. This is a large over the ear headset with an integrated microphone boom and in-line volume controls. The headset is available for pre-order right now for $69.99.

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