Razer Plans Future Mac Support, Also Adding Existing Products

It's only been a couple days since the official announcement heard 'round the world: Valve is releasing Steam for Mac. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, one of the biggest reasons Mac users were running BootCamp on their systems has now come their way in a far more native approach. So, while everyone is clearing out their hard drives, Razer wants to make it perfectly clear that they, too, are going to start supporting the Cupertino-based hardware/software combo.

Razer announced today at the on-going Gamer Developer's Conference (GDC) that they are going to issue drivers for Mac users, so that they can install and use all upcoming Razer accessories. But, just to make sure that their current customers aren't given the shaft, they're also releasing the driver software for previously released hardware as well. To confirm their diligence, they released the Mac driver for the Naga MMO mouse today, as well as the DeathAdder.

The company is one of the best when it comes to gaming peripherals. Devices like the Naga MMO mouse and Razer DeathAdder have become well known to the gaming universe. And now that Mac has some how launched itself out of the gaming afterlife, and shown that they are back in the game (pun intended), it's no surprise that the peripheral manufacturers out there are going to jump on board as well. Welcome back, Mac. It's been a long time coming.

[via Electronista]