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Razer Chroma refresh: All your gamer gifts and a new controller

Razer Chroma refresh: All your gamer gifts and a new controller

Today we're taking a peek at all the new Razer Chroma devices the company's revealed at once. Everything shown today is either a refresh of a device that's been available before, with better specs, or an entirely new device. This includes the Razer Mouse Dock Chroma, Mouse Bungee V3 Chroma, Bungee V3 (no Chroma), Charging Pad Chroma, Base Station 2 Chroma, Base Station 2 Chroma (Mercury / Quartz), and a completely new Razer Chroma Addressable RGB Controller.

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Razer Seiren Mini is the cutest little mic for video calls and gaming

Razer Seiren Mini is the cutest little mic for video calls and gaming

Razer just revealed their most compact game streaming microphone in the Razer Seiren Mini. This piece of equipment has a look that's similar to what they've released in gaming microphones in the past - but it's TINY. This microphone works with a 14mm condenser capsule and a Supercardioid pickup pattern to allow what Razer describes as "pro-grade sound" despite its small physical stature.

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Razer Blade Stealth 13 (late 2020) revealed with 120Hz display

Razer Blade Stealth 13 (late 2020) revealed with 120Hz display

Today the Razer Blade Stealth 13 (late 2020) was revealed in two configurations. This device is the latest iteration of the "world's first gaming Ultrabook", prepared with the latest in high-end hardware components. One version of this laptop comes with a 120Hz FHD display, the other comes with an OLED FHD touchscreen display.

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Razer Iskur chair presents the “perfect gaming form”

Razer Iskur chair presents the “perfect gaming form”

Razer Iskur is a gaming chair that takes a few different turns VS the rest of the market. This chair, the first gaming chair ever made by Razer, works with a "fully customizable support" system for the user's back. To create this experience, Razer employed memory foam, high density foam cushions, and multi layered synthetic leather system in the most-used portions of the seat.

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Razer Tomahawk ATX and Mini-ITX PC chassis might actually be released

Razer Tomahawk ATX and Mini-ITX PC chassis might actually be released

The strange title above appears because of the odd history of the "Razer Tomahawk" brand name. We've seen several iterations of the Razer Tomahawk, the name Razer's used for a few different gaming PC chassis and related systems - but it is only now, here in the Fall of 2020, that Razer seems to be ready to release a pair of Tomahawk products to the public.

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Razer launches BlackWidow V3 gaming keyboard in two different flavors

Razer launches BlackWidow V3 gaming keyboard in two different flavors

Razer today announced the BlackWidow V3 keyboard, which is the latest entry in its popular line of gaming keyboards. The BlackWidow V3 comes with several improvements over its predecessor, offering users their choice of Razer mechanical keys. It also comes in full-size and tenkeyless models as well, so those who like a more compact keyboard can get one with the BlackWidow V3.

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RazerCon 2020 streaming event will make RGB lights “dance” in real time

RazerCon 2020 streaming event will make RGB lights “dance” in real time

On October 10, 2020, Razer will hold a digital event that'll last a full day. This event will be streamed via Twitch, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, and will play host to a whole bunch of interesting bits. There'll be a "variety of exciting events and activities" with product reveals, game release/update reveals, and musical performances.

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Classic Razer headphones, mouse, keyboards go PRO wireless

Classic Razer headphones, mouse, keyboards go PRO wireless

This week Razer released several classic peripherals in brand new editions with Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology enabled. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro, DeathAdder V2 Pro, and BlackWidow V3 Pro are all now available with wireless iterations from the Razer store. Third-party sales will begin soon, too.

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Expanded Razer Quartz and Mercury collection revealed

Expanded Razer Quartz and Mercury collection revealed

Razer just revealed an expanded collection of gaming peripherals in two uncommon colors: Razer Quartz and Razer Mercury. These two unique color applications have appeared on a limited set of devices before - now they're ready to roll on more devices that don't normally get the extravagant color treatment. Included in the expanded collection are the Razer Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mouse, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless headphones, the Razer Core X, and Razer's Laptop Stand.

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Razer Kishi is now the iPhone’s best gaming controller

Razer Kishi is now the iPhone’s best gaming controller

Today the folks at Razer released their universal gaming controller Kishi for the iPhone. This device is universal insofar as it's able to connect with a Lightning plug and it's large enough to fit the vast majority of iPhone devices. An earlier version of the Kishi was released this year with compatibility for USB-C devices running Android and it emerged as the best mobile gaming controller in its class - there's little reason to think that bit doesn't continue here.

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Razer Kishi controller is now available for iPhones

Razer Kishi controller is now available for iPhones

Its Apple's time to shine today, bringing a plethora of new devices and services with one notable absentee. The iPhone 12 is still nowhere to be seen but that isn't exactly a surprise. That does give some accessory makers more time to prepare for the big event but Razer isn't wasting time, at least not for existing iPhones. Three months after it first launched, the gaming company is finally bringing its Kishi universal gaming controller to iPhones, just in time for potential new Apple One subscribers.

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Razer data breach indexed by search engines

Razer data breach indexed by search engines

A data breach surfaced this week showing personal identifiable information for Razer product consumers. Information appeared in a leaked Elastisearch data cluster - something that should never, ever be public, in this case. In the data leaked, Razer customer purchases, email, physical address, phone number, and more were exposed. Per the report, this data wasn't just readable, it was indexed by public search engines!

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