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Razer Phone 2 Review: The Slight Difference

Razer Phone 2 Review: The Slight Difference

The Razer Phone 2 once again offers a unique smartphone package to a still-stagnant smartphone market. We're no longer in a place where there's a massive number of people looking to buy their first phone (in the USA, anyway), we're at the point at which most people have had a couple smartphones - or more - in their adult lives. Now's the time to release something different - something that takes a chance with hardware design and features that appeal to some, but not all.

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Razer SoftMiner uses your GPU to mine cryptocurrency, but you don’t get the coins

Razer SoftMiner uses your GPU to mine cryptocurrency, but you don’t get the coins

A new set of programs was introduced this week by Razer to entice users with Razer Silver. One of these programs is Razer SoftMiner, a desktop app that Razer suggests "utilizes the idle GPU processing power of gamers’ battle stations to solve complex blockchain-based puzzles on the back-end." Wow, you might be saying, that's cool that Razer made a Bitcoin Miner so people can easily earn cryptocurrency on their home PC - but it's not quite that simple.

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Razer Blade Stealth 2018 gets GeForce MX150 in crisp redesign

Razer Blade Stealth 2018 gets GeForce MX150 in crisp redesign

There's a new Razer Blade Stealth laptop in town, and the 13-inch ultraportable is getting more stylish, more pixel-packed, and a lot more flexible. Now available in both 4K and 1080p form, with a choice of touchscreen or matte-finish panels, the newest addition to the Blade family also promises up to 13 hours of battery life and the option of discrete NVIDIA graphics.

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Razer teases Xbox One wireless keyboard, mouse for early 2019

Razer teases Xbox One wireless keyboard, mouse for early 2019

For quite some time Microsoft had promised that keyboard and mouse support was coming to the Xbox One, and earlier this month it finally delivered the feature, with a handful of games introducing compatibility for the accessories, including Fortnite. Now that the feature is out, allowing Xbox One owners to connect just about any keyboard and mouse they already have, it's still a matter of time before hardware specifically designed for the console is released. But rather than Microsoft, it looks like Razer is handling things.

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Razer’s new laptop, phone protection plan covers device repairs

Razer’s new laptop, phone protection plan covers device repairs

Razer has launched RazerCare Essential, a protection plan, for its laptops and smartphones. The protection plan is akin to AppleCare, except for Razer's own hardware, giving customers a layer of safety via an extended warranty, plus perks like free repair shipping. The new plan is offered to customers in the US.

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Razer BlackWidow Lite keyboard may surprise you

Razer BlackWidow Lite keyboard may surprise you

As most PC gamers will tell you, mechanical keyboards are great. One drawback for some, however, is their tendency to make a loud clacking sound with every keystroke. While many people (such as myself) love that sound, it can certainly be obtrusive or annoying in a work setting. To help with that, Razer today introduced the BlackWidow Lite, which it describes as a "discreet" mechanical keyboard.

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AT&T Razer Phone 2 made a reality: Gaming Phone invasion begins

AT&T Razer Phone 2 made a reality: Gaming Phone invasion begins

Now that Razer proved it was capable of not only making a phone, but making a phone that's worth owning, AT&T said they want in. As such, the Razer Phone 2 will be made available at "select exclusive AT&T retail and mobile stores" soon. This will make it the first "gaming phone" to hit AT&T since the beginning of the smartphone. This is not, however, the first gaming phone in the United States.

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Razer Phone 2 clear back mod will surprise you

Razer Phone 2 clear back mod will surprise you

When Razer set out to give the Razer Phone 2 a more clearly distinctive gaming design, what it really meant to do was to give it a touch of color-changing lights in only one area of the phone. In other words, it was less flamboyant as a gaming phone than the ASUS ROG Phone or the Xiaomi Black Helo. Gamers, however, love sprucing up their rigs and gears and they might be interested in at least turning the back of the Razer Phone 2 transparent. Fortunately, JerryRigEverything goes through the entire process so that you can decide whether the effort is worth it or not.

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Razer Phone 2 faces off with razors and more in durability test

Razer Phone 2 faces off with razors and more in durability test

The Razer Phone 2’s design belies its gaming chops, at least until you start flashing those Chroma RGB colors underneath the logo on its back. Like its immediate predecessor, the Razer Phone 2 inherits the blocky design of its spiritual predecessor, the Nextbit Robin. The latter, however, suffered a humiliating death in the hands of JerryRigEverything’s Zack Nelson. Will the Razer Phone 2 take after that or after the Razer Phone 1? JerryRigEverything puts it through its usual torture tests to find out.

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Razer Phone 2 now works on Verizon

Razer Phone 2 now works on Verizon

That didn’t take long, thankfully. After no small amount of clamor from frustrated Verizon subscribers, both Razer and the carrier quickly got their act together. Fortunately, it didn’t take days for Razer to accomplish something it should have done before it launched the Razer Phone 2. But that should be water under the bridge now that its second-generation gaming smartphone is finally and officially certified and available for use on Verizon’s network.

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Razer Phone 2 doesn’t work with Verizon, fix promised

Razer Phone 2 doesn’t work with Verizon, fix promised

For all accounts and purposes, the Razer Phone 2 is as normal as it gets. Aside from its 120 Hz screen and Chroma RGB lights, the smartphone would pass as a "regular" smartphone, albeit with a dated blocky design. And if not for this unexpected problem, it's launch would have been uneventful in a positive way. But now the Razer Phone 2 is earning some harsh words because of how it apparently doesn't support Verizon, despite company's claim at launch.

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Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop gets new Base, Limited models

Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop gets new Base, Limited models

The market's smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop just got fraternal twin siblings. In addition to its second generation gaming smartphone, Razer is also announcing the expansion of its Blade 15 line. Understanding that gamers have different budgets and tastes, Razer is introducing a new Razer Blade 15 Base Model for the budget conscious. The Razer Blade 15 Mercury White model, on the other hand, is for gamers who want to mask their gaming prowess behind an unassuming white matte finish.

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