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Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini announced with a surprise in the box

Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini announced with a surprise in the box

The DeathAdder is one of Razer's most popular gaming mice, and today, we're seeing the company shrink it down. Following on the heels of the Viper Mini is the DeathAdder V2 Mini, which is meant for gamers who either have small hands or want a more portable gaming mouse. Beyond that, though, it seems to keep many of the features that made the original DeathAdder a success.

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Razer Kishi Review : The best mobile gaming controller yet

Razer Kishi Review : The best mobile gaming controller yet

Razer makes solid gaming hardware. They've made a lot of gaming-centric devices over the past two decades, and I've not always been a member of Razer's target audience. With the Razer Kishi, I find myself excited by a smartphone accessory for the first time in what feels like forever. Razer Kishi is a gaming controller that connects to Android devices via USB-C and folds up to a compact size when not in use. This is about more than gaming - it's about the future.

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Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller released: Is it a buy?

Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller released: Is it a buy?

Today shipping begins for the Razer Kishi Universal Gaming Controller for Android - a device first revealed to the public in January of this year. This is a USB-C-connected hardware gaming controller for a wide variety of Android devices - the nicest example of such a device we've experienced thus far. The Razer Kishi will also be released as an iPhone controller "later this summer" - for now, we're rolling with Android on a OnePlus 8 Pro.

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Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition goes beyond gaming with serious hardware

Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition goes beyond gaming with serious hardware

The Razer Blade laptop has traditionally been targeted toward people looking for a gaming laptop, but today, we're seeing Razer shift gears and target those who need a workhorse. The company today unveiled the Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition, which comes packing a lot of high-end hardware to become a mobile workstation. Of course, it'll also handle gaming, but those who are looking to primarily game will probably find that the Studio Edition is a bit overkill for what they need.

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Razer Gigantus V2 might be bigger than your desk

Razer Gigantus V2 might be bigger than your desk

Razer just released their most massive mouse mat to date, the Razer Gigantus V2 3XL. The Razer Gigantus V2 comes in four sizes, starting with the "M" size, at 14.18 x 10.84 x 0.12 inches. There's also an L size that's 17.73 x 15.76 x 0.12 inches, and an XXL size at 37.04 x 16.15 x 0.16 inches. The largest version is the Razer Gigantus V2 3XL at 0.16 x 21.67 x 47.28 inches large.

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Razer Blade Pro 17 2020 refresh adds 300Hz screen

Razer Blade Pro 17 2020 refresh adds 300Hz screen

Razer's Blade Pro 17 laptop has been given a 300Hz upgrade, with a fast new screen joining new Intel processors and NVIDIA graphics. Largest notebook in the company's range, the Blade Pro 17's 2020 revamp sees it offer either a gamer-friendly Full HD 300Hz 17.3-inch panel, or a 4K version for those who want more screen real-estate.

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Razer Opus wireless headphones hands-on: One button to switch

Razer Opus wireless headphones hands-on: One button to switch

Today we've got a pair of Razer Opus wireless headphones in the house, rolling with THX certification, hybrid ANC, and a button that allows switching between modes. That's an oversimplifcation of what's going on here - it's radical. When you're wearing these headphones, you've got the option to switch between active noise cancellation and external sound enhancement, using four dedicated ANC microphones to make it happen.

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Razer’s 120Hz Blade Stealth 13 display makes it the gaming ultrabook to beat

Razer’s 120Hz Blade Stealth 13 display makes it the gaming ultrabook to beat

Razer has updated its Blade Stealth 13 laptop for 2020, throwing in a new 120Hz display and upgraded processor and graphics for what it's calling the world's fastest 13-inch gaming ultrabook. Headline feature is undoubtedly the 13.3-inch screen, which can be had with a Full HD matte-finish panel running at 120Hz.

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Razer Pikachu TWS earbuds charge inside a Poké Ball

Razer Pikachu TWS earbuds charge inside a Poké Ball

Poké Ball replicas come in all shapes and sizes but most of them are simply approximations of the design of the iconic Pokémon item. Of course, there are no real-world Pokémon to store inside them anyway but some balls could offer storage of some sort for tiny items. That doesn't make them really that functional nor practical but it seems that Razer has stumbled upon the almost ingenious idea of turning a Poké Ball into a wireless charging case for wireless earbuds.

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New Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop is a tale of two models

New Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop is a tale of two models

Razer today announced a new entry in its Blade line of gaming laptops. Officially dubbed the Razer Blade 15, this new laptop doesn't look a while lot different from previous models, but it does have some rather serious hardware under the hood. In the end, Razer says that the new Blade 15 is "simply the best laptop we have ever created."

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Stadia update adds Samsung Galaxy S8 up to S20, iOS Beta incoming

Stadia update adds Samsung Galaxy S8 up to S20, iOS Beta incoming

Samsung Galaxy S20 headed up the line of devices added to Stadia functionality in an update released this week. Starting February 20th, a wider variety of Android smartphones will be able to play Stadia with the Stadia app. This includes the ASUS ROG Phone 1, ASUS ROG Phone 2, Razer Phone, Razer Phone 2, and a variety of other Samsung smartphones.

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Razer reveals DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2 gaming mice

Razer reveals DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2 gaming mice

The DeathAdder and Basilisk are two of Razer's more popular gaming mice, and though we've seen plenty of variants throughout the years, today they're both getting upgrades. Razer has announced the DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2, and though they both look similar to their predecessors, they've got some upgraded hardware in them that justifies that "V2" branding.

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