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MacBook Pro vs Razer Blade Pro: stranger things have happened

MacBook Pro vs Razer Blade Pro: stranger things have happened

The strangest thing happened yesterday: Apple released a MacBook Pro with a feature I'd have expected from a company like Razer. While Razer just released their own Razer Blade Pro with a 17-inch display and highest-end gear inside, the MacBook Pro had a new, extra display. This display has touch capabilities working with a variety of apps, and will be ready for games (and such) soon. Does this mean that Apple is taking more chances than the proprietors of the gaming cult?

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Razer and Nacon PS4 pro controllers aim at eSports Pros and hopefuls

Razer and Nacon PS4 pro controllers aim at eSports Pros and hopefuls

Sony is talking up a pair of new controllers that are for the PS4 but aren't controllers that it has built. Rather these controllers are from two gaming firms that have long build aftermarket controllers that eSports pros prefer and amatures often find to perform better than Sony's own controllers. One of the controllers in question is the Razer Raiju and the other is the Nacon Revolution Pro Controller.

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Razer Blade Stealth (late 2016) Review : Still the anti-MacBook Boss

Razer Blade Stealth (late 2016) Review : Still the anti-MacBook Boss

When I reviewed the original Razer Blade Stealth earlier this year, I suggested it was the "true MacBook alternative". I stand by that claim, and go one further: Razer has out-done Apple in one key area. At a time when Apple is taking upwards 2-3 years to bring a refresh to their MacBooks, Razer just released 2 in 1. Less than a year after release, the Razer has another Razer Blade Stealth with upgraded specs.

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Top 4 Best X-Box One Controllers Review

Top 4 Best X-Box One Controllers Review

The Xbox One has its fair share of controllers now, both official and 3rd-party. What we're doing today is running down the best of the best - with a real oddity thrown in for good measure. This means both Microsoft-made and 3rd-party-made, since the dawn of the Xbox One. Here you'll find the controller you're looking for - or bust.

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Razer Blade Pro refresh beefed to battle MacBook Pro

Razer Blade Pro refresh beefed to battle MacBook Pro

The Razer Blade Pro has been re-revealed with more power than it's had before in a chassis that's just the same. This refresh of the notebook has a 17.3-inch G-Sync-ready IGZO UHD display (3840 x 2160). It also has a brand new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU under the hood.

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Razer buys THX: This is why

Razer buys THX: This is why

Razer has bought THX, the latter company’s CEO Ty Ahmad-Taylor announced in a statement this evening. THX will continue to operate largely as it has been, doing so with goals to grow its certification business while continuing along with both THX Live! and THX Inside. However, the company says that things are changing a bit for partners: THX is now offering more certification lines like Bluetooth speakers, set-top-boxes, and more.

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Razer DeathAdder Elite detailed

Razer DeathAdder Elite detailed

This morning the folks at Razer have revealed a new edition of their "best gaming mouse in the world," as they call it, the DeathAdder Elite. This version of the mouse works with the best optical sensor Razer has available - a Razer 5G Optical Sensor. This mouse also works with Razer Mechanical Switches, the first mouse to be released with said switches. Razer Chroma will be on and in this device as well, of course, blasting colors aplenty.

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Razer Ornata gaming keyboard is first to use Mecha-membrane keys

Razer Ornata gaming keyboard is first to use Mecha-membrane keys

Razer has a new gaming keyboard called the Ornata that has something new and interesting up its sleeves. The Ornata is the first keyboard in the world to use something called Mecha-membrane keyboard technology. This technology is designed to combine the most desirable traits from membrane rubber dome keyboards with the benefits of mechanical keyboard technology.

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Razer teams with Maingear for the gaming PC of your dreams

Razer teams with Maingear for the gaming PC of your dreams

The PC gaming specialists at Razer have been busy over the last few weeks, unveiling a plethora of new products including an iPad keyboard, accessories like mice, headphones, and cameras, and even an update to the Blade gaming laptop. But as the IFA 2016 event draws to a close in Berlin, Razer has one last announcement to make: a new tower rig called the R1 Razer Edition, built in collaboration with gaming PC-makers Maingear.

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Razer dishes devices: mouse, camera, headphones, OSVR

Razer dishes devices: mouse, camera, headphones, OSVR

As of today Razer has a whole new batch of devices to share with the gaming world. In addition to a refresh on the company's two most impressive notebooks, Razer is bringing on a ManO'War 7.1, updating availability for the Firefly Cloth Mouse Mat, and they've got an update for the Stargazer Webcam, too. Just in time for PAX, Razer seems to have been chomping at the bit to dish a set of devices in black, green, and rainbow Chroma.

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Razer Blade Stealth refresh gets big battery boost

Razer Blade Stealth refresh gets big battery boost

Razer has given a boot to the pants of their most impressive gaming notebooks this week at PAX, coming correct with both a refreshed Razer Blade and a refreshed Razer Blade Stealth. This notebook's new features include a 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor, twice as much memory as the most recent release, and increased battery life. Razer suggests that this notebook will get "up to 9 hours battery life," in fact. The look of this notebooks remains largely the same - much like the Razer Blade (without the Stealth) being announced today.

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Razer Blade 14-inch late-2016 refresh first impressions

Razer Blade 14-inch late-2016 refresh first impressions

Razer has revealed their newest iteration of their hero gaming laptop, the Razer Blade, this time with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics inside. As we detailed in mid-August, NVIDIA's GTX 10 line of GPUs aren't coming to laptops like Blade with "M" versions (read: lesser) of GPUs made for desktops - they're made with the same chips. This new Razer Blade is so powerful - in a big way due to the GTX 1060 - that it's able to run a full-powered virtual reality headset like Oculus Rift and/or HTC VIVE.

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