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Razer takes requests for a new left-handed mouse for gaming

Razer takes requests for a new left-handed mouse for gaming

At the tail end of last month, Razer announced plans to produce a left-handed variant of its Naga gaming mouse. Finding gaming mice dedicated to the lefties of the world can be a challenge sometimes, and that's especially true if you're looking for a mouse with a large number of hotkeys like the Naga. However, Razer makes it clear that creating a mouse for a low-demand market - underserved though it may be - is a costly endeavor, so it's asking those interested in buying one to pre-register for the device.

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Razer Basilisk Ultimate and X HyperSpeed mouse details defy gaming norm

Razer Basilisk Ultimate and X HyperSpeed mouse details defy gaming norm

On November 6, 2019, Razer revealed two new gaming mouse devices, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, and the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed. These gaming mice were also wireless, working with the company's own branded "Razer HypeSpeed" technology that they suggested was "25% faster than any other wireless gaming technologies." Razer also suggested that these mice had the lowest click latency with said Razer HyperSpeed tech onboard, with "improved Adaptive Frequency Hopping" to boot.

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Razer Firefly V2 mouse mat gets four more lighting zones

Razer Firefly V2 mouse mat gets four more lighting zones

Today the Razer Firefly V2 was revealed by the company whose obsession with rainbow LED lights seems without end. Seriously, do you have any idea how many devices are out in the wild right now with Razer's own branded "Razer Chroma RGB" lighting onboard? They've got "over 500 devices" out there with support for Razer Chroma RGB lighting, and over 130 games interact with said ecosystem right out the gate. Today we're looking at the latest member of that RGB family with this mouse mat.

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Razer Junglecat controller takes a page out of the Nintendo Switch playbook

Razer Junglecat controller takes a page out of the Nintendo Switch playbook

In addition to rolling out a new pair of true wireless earbuds, Razer today also revealed the Junglecat controller for smartphones. To those of you with a Nintendo Switch, the Junglecat should look pretty familiar, as it's a double sided controller that flanks your phone, leaving the screen free for viewing. It seems like a good controller for looking to game on a phone, and it has some solid capability to go along with that familiar design.

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Razer Hammerhead true wireless earbuds promise low latency for gaming

Razer Hammerhead true wireless earbuds promise low latency for gaming

It looks like Apple isn't alone in launching a new set of wireless earbuds this week. Hot on the heels of Apple's reveal of the AirPods Pro, Razer has announced a set of "true wireless earbuds" of its own. Dubbed the Razer Hammerhead earbuds, the company says that these will offer ultra low-latency audio that's free of desyncing.

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Razer Blade 15 Advanced debuts world’s first optical laptop keyboard

Razer Blade 15 Advanced debuts world’s first optical laptop keyboard

You may have already heard of optical mice, which have been around for decades. You may have even heard of optical keyboards, which have also been around for quite a while, at least on desktops. Razer, however, claims to have one-upped its rivals and, by extension, allows its users to gain an "unfair" advantage over their competition. It has just announced what it bills is the world's first optical laptop keyboard which can be yours provided you're willing to buy the only laptop it is available on.

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Razer Raion controller brings big mechanical buttons to PS4, PC

Razer Raion controller brings big mechanical buttons to PS4, PC

Razer calls their Razer Raion controller a "fightpad" because it's aimed primarily for games that aim for the KO. There's a fighting game community in this larger gaming community in which we live, and this controller's aimed at that crew of fight-friendly gamers specifically. The controller's functionality is made specifically for PlayStation 4 and PC.

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iPhone 12 may borrow a fancy feature from Razer Phone

iPhone 12 may borrow a fancy feature from Razer Phone

Documents pointing toward Apple's use of LED lights on an iPhone suggest that Apple may take a page out of gaming company Razer's playbook for smartphones. True, technically the iPhone had a glowing Apple logo well before Razer Phone 2, but imagine Razer's surprise when they awake one morning in the near future to find one of the biggest, most successful companies in the world using that same smartphone feature? And for real, this time, not just in a DIY mod sort of sense.

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Razer Huntsman Elite keyboard now comes with linear optical switches

Razer Huntsman Elite keyboard now comes with linear optical switches

Today, Razer revealed that its Huntsman Elite keyboard is getting a bit of an update. Aesthetically, nothing about the Huntsman Elite is changing in this new edition. All of the changes are taking place under the hood, as Razer has outfitted the Hunstman Elite with its linear optical switches.

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Razer Seiren Emote microphone has an emoticon display for streamers

Razer Seiren Emote microphone has an emoticon display for streamers

There's a lot of gaming PC hardware out there aimed at streamers, and today, Razer launched a new microphone that fits well within that category. Say hello to the Razer Seiren Emote a new microphone that comes with a dedicated 8x8 LED display that showcases various emoticons. If there was ever a microphone that fit stream culture perfectly, it's probably this one.

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iPhone 11 Razer Arctech cases are actually pretty radical

iPhone 11 Razer Arctech cases are actually pretty radical

The Razer Phone is in the mix this time with the newest set of Razer Arctech smartphone cases for iPhone 11 Pro. Technically they're available for iPhone 11 Pro, Pro Max, iPhone 11, iPhone X, XS, XS Max, XR, and Razer Phone 2. But look at the way these things were constructed and you'll see why they were really made in the first place.

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Razer Blade Pro 17 upgrade combines 4K and 120 Hz in one display

Razer Blade Pro 17 upgrade combines 4K and 120 Hz in one display

When it comes to high-end laptops, there's no shortage of notebooks with 4K UHD resolutions. When it comes to gaming laptops, 120 Hz is almost the bare minimum gamers expect. Often, however, these come as separate features and ne'er the twain shall meet. Defying the status quo and beating its competitors to the punch, Razer is giving its 2019 Blade Pro 17 laptop exactly that, putting its CPU and GPU to the test by pushing pixels on a 4K 120 Hz screen.

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