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Razer reveals reusable telescopic straw kit with carrying case

Razer reveals reusable telescopic straw kit with carrying case

Razer, the company best known for its gaming laptops and accessories, is back with a new device -- but it has nothing to do with playing video games. The newly introduced Razer Reusable Straw is exactly what it sounds like: a metal straw that you can use to drink, then clean and store until the next time you need a straw.

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Razer’s high-tech Project Hazel mask just got some outstanding news

Razer’s high-tech Project Hazel mask just got some outstanding news

Earlier this year, Razer revealed an interesting RGB mask it called Project Hazel. Of course, there's a joke about Razer sticking RGB on everything just for the sake of RGB, but beyond the lights, Project Hazel was seemed like a fairly high-tech wearable, with filters, speakers, and even a case that uses ultraviolet light to sterilize the mask when not in use. Now, it seems that Project Hazel is going to become a reality.

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Intel convinced Justin Long to stop being A Mac

Intel convinced Justin Long to stop being A Mac

Intel hired Justin Long to do a few video spot/commercials for their next-generation devices. They make the processors that power a whole bunch of Windows computers, so it's in their interest to make those computers look cool. To do that, they've involved Justin Long, the actor that previously worked with Apple in those commercials where one guy would say "I'm a Mac" and the other would say "I'm a PC."

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Razer Anzu takes company to the next level in lifestyle wearables

Razer Anzu takes company to the next level in lifestyle wearables

The gaming lifestyle company Razer revealed a pair of smartglasses called Razer Anzu. The "Anzu Smart Glasses" are a "one-of-a-kind wearable" with touch controls, open-ear audio, and special lenses. You can roll with 35% blue light filtering lenses, 99% UVA/UVB protective polarized sunglasses, and an always-appreciated replaceable lens system.

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Razer Anzu Smart Glasses is more like an open-ear headset

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses is more like an open-ear headset

When people talk about smart glasses, most probably think of something like the canceled Google Glass or some more hi-tech augmented reality eyewear. If that's the image you have in your head with Razer's first venture into smart eyewear, you might be very disappointed. Despite Razer calling the Anzu Smart Glasses, these specs are really more like audio glasses with some smart features, including protecting your eyes from harmful light coming from your computers or devices.

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Razer Sneki Snek uses cuteness to save trees: The origin and what’s next

Razer Sneki Snek uses cuteness to save trees: The origin and what’s next

This might be the first time you've heard of Razer's own Sneki Snek. It's a logo, it's a branding mark, it's a character. It's a very cute little creature. Sneki Snek first appeared at RazerCon in October of 2020, after which Razer met their goal to "save" 100,000 trees within two months. They did this by selling Sneki Snek merchandise.

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Razer Tomahawk released with RTX 3080 and tool-less sled system

Razer Tomahawk released with RTX 3080 and tool-less sled system

The miniature, modular gaming PC system known as Razer Tomahawk was released today with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Founder's Edition GPU inside. This small form factor (SFF) desktop works with Intel NUC and a modular "tool-less sled system." This desktop gaming-oriented computer was released both with or without the RTX GPU, making a difference of approximately $800 USD.

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Razer DevCon revealed: 4 hours of Chroma, Gold, and THX

Razer DevCon revealed: 4 hours of Chroma, Gold, and THX

There'll be a bunch of Razer news appearing in early May, thanks to a new event called Razer DevCon. This new event will likely follow along with developer events tied to companies like Apple and Google, delivering talks on the latest in Razer-made developer-friendly software and opportunities for Razer-made software integration. This event will take place on May 7, 2021.

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Razer Kiyo Pro hands-on: Webcam extraordinaire

Razer Kiyo Pro hands-on: Webcam extraordinaire

Today we're taking a peek at a brand new camera from the folks at Razer. This is the Razer Kiyo Pro, a USB camera made for streamers of all sorts. The power of this camera is in its combination of simplicity and power. Right out the gate, you can plug this camera in, it'll be automatically detected by your computer, and it'll look significantly better than the camera that's built in to your laptop (if you're using a laptop, that is).

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Razer Huntsman V2 keyboard just made every key 2x as useful

Razer Huntsman V2 keyboard just made every key 2x as useful

A keyboard by the name Razer Huntsman V2 was revealed overnight with a bonkers new feature. The Razer Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard, as it's also called, works with dual-step actuation. This means that each key on the keyboard can activate two functions - one once you've pushed the key down one distance, and another once you've reached the full compression of the key.

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Razer Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard offers customizable dual-step actuation

Razer Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard offers customizable dual-step actuation

Keyboard designs and layouts haven't exactly changed in the past decades but that doesn't mean there hasn't been any innovation in that space. Most of the new technologies can be found in areas you don't see, like the switches that can make or break the experience, as Apple learned the hard way. Most keyboards for gamers often boast of mechanical switches but Razer is now pushing its new Analog Optical Switch technology that promises not only longevity but also flexibility when assigning two different levels of actuation to different actions.

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Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma is designed to be seen

Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma is designed to be seen

More than just the availability of USB-C and Thunderbolt 3, Apple's decision to ditch all other ports on its MacBooks caused a surge in external docks designed to replace those ports through a single cable. More often than not, these docs are designed to either blend with laptops or disappear into the background or under the desk. Razer's first external dock, however, is the exact opposite and the Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma's signature RGB glow is meant to call attention to its presence instead.

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