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Razer Lancehead mouse uses new “tournament setting” wireless tech

Razer Lancehead mouse uses new “tournament setting” wireless tech

This week the folks at Razer have introduced the Lancehead, a wireless mouse that uses a new type of wireless technology. Razer calls this new connection method Adaptive Frequency Technology, and suggest that it "automatically selects the strongest interference-free frequencies within the 2.4 GHz band." Active switching happens whenever necessary and two editions of the mouse will be available very, very soon.

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Razer Hammerhead line gets Bluetooth, Lightning in-ear headsets

Razer Hammerhead line gets Bluetooth, Lightning in-ear headsets

Gamers, especially hardcore ones, are a very picky bunch. Everything has to be absolutely or at least near perfect. And that isn't limited to graphics only. It also extends to the audio experience, something that Razer knows only too well. Now the gaming brand is bringing some of that audio expertise to mobile. With the new wireless Hammerhead BT and the wired Hammerhead for iOS, smartphone users of any platform will be able to enjoy Razer's brand of audio quality, be it for gaming, music, or even just phone calls.

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Razer Blade Pro refresh is a THX certified, GTX 1080 beast

Razer Blade Pro refresh is a THX certified, GTX 1080 beast

We've known a Razer Blade Pro refresh was coming for some time now, but today Razer told us when we can expect it to arrive and how much it'll cost. With a specifications list packed to the brim with high-end hardware, you might want to consider this laptop if you're looking for a powerful machine. Be warned, however, that such a high-end package comes with an equally high-end price tag.

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Razer Power Bank equips Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0

Razer Power Bank equips Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0

Razer has revealed a Power Bank charging device to take control of their own laptop charging destiny. To make this happen, the Razer Power Bank rolls with several USB ports to charge not only a laptop, but smartphones and tablets as well. Inside this power bank is a massive 12,800 mAh capacity battery, made for long rides on airplanes and in the back seats of cars.

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Razer Blade 14-inch gaming laptop gets 4K boost

Razer Blade 14-inch gaming laptop gets 4K boost

This week the folks at Razer have given the Razer Blade 14-inch gaming laptop the option of a 4K display. That's absolute madness if you're thinking of bringing the laptop on an airplane for an extended flight, but right in line with the excellence that is highest-end home-laptop computing. This notebook also now has a Kaby-Lake Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad-Core Processor (2.8 GHz / 3.8 GHz).

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Here’s how you can make your own Razer Project Valerie

Here’s how you can make your own Razer Project Valerie

While the jury is still out on the practicality or absurdity of a laptop with three screens, it's a commonly held belief that productivity is proportional to the number of screens you have. Or not. Be that as it may, you may have developed a certain envy for Razer's Project Valerie prototype, which may never become a real product. Fret not, because JerryRigEverything has just shared how you can make your own DIY Project Valerie laptop for not more than $300.

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Razer Phone and the possibilities Nextbit brings

Razer Phone and the possibilities Nextbit brings

The most obvious step in what I believe is Razer's path toward a gaming-centered smartphone is not its first: acquiring Nextbit. With this acquisition, Razer puts itself squarely in position to take a brand new position in the mobile phone universe. Not a position like Sony took with their gaming phone Xperia Play, and not a position like Samsung takes with a single app that links to games they suggest. Razer has the building blocks now to create a phone that's radically unique.

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Razer buys Robin phone-maker Nextbit

Razer buys Robin phone-maker Nextbit

Smartphone maker Nextbit has been bought by Razer, and though owners have been promised Android updates at least for the moment, new phones may not be in the pipeline. The news sees Nextbit's 30-strong team joining Razer's staff, where according to CEO and co-founder Tom Moss, it will continue to operate as an independent division. Indeed, execs at the smartphone startup are spinning the news as a net-positive.

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Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Review: Top Marks

Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 Review: Top Marks

Razer's mechanical gaming keyboard line BlackWidow got a redesign with a new name: "V2". Today we're checking out the action on the keys, the color under the keys, and the build quality of the whole keyboard. Razer changed up their game 4 years after launching the BlackWidow mechanical keyboard line with programmable rainbow "Chroma" lighting and by manufacturing their own brand of mechanical switches for the first time. Here in 2017, Razer gave the BlackWidow keyboard a major redesign - refined for a new generation.

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Razer zGold and zSilver detailed: Virtual Currency for gear and games

Razer zGold and zSilver detailed: Virtual Currency for gear and games

The folks at Razer have introduced zVault, a virtual currency system that can be used to buy gear and earn games. Fans of Razer can pay real cash to get zGold - or earn zGold for verifying their Razer account with zVault. Once they've earned or purchased an amount of zGold, they can head to gaming stores such as the unfortunately titled GamersGate to trade zGold for goods.

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Razer’s secret project theft now has $25k reward

Razer’s secret project theft now has $25k reward

Earlier in the day, we told you that Razer was the victim of a theft in which two of its prototypes were stolen from its CES booth. We've received new details from Razer about the nature of the theft, with the company confirming what, exactly, was stolen and the reward it's offering for information on the theft. As it turns out, Razer wasn't kidding when it said it takes these missing prototypes seriously.

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Thief makes off with two Razer prototypes from CES booth

Thief makes off with two Razer prototypes from CES booth

Razer put on a pretty good show at CES 2017, announcing two new products that captured a lot of attention, but things turned sour for the company by the time the show wrapped up. According to Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, someone stole two prototypes from the company's booth at CES. Tan didn't say which prototypes were stolen, but considering the two big announcements Razer made at CES, it isn't hard to imagine what the thief was after.

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