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These are the Xbox Project xCloud launch controllers

These are the Xbox Project xCloud launch controllers

Today Microsoft announced that the Project xCloud beta will be launching as part of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on September 15th. It sounds like Project xCloud will only be available on Android devices for the foreseeable future, which means those of you who who plan on streaming games for the service will need an Android phone or tablet and a controller to go along with it. Microsoft today detailed a number of upcoming controllers intended for Project xCloud gaming, which will all be available under the "Designed for Xbox" banner.

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Razer BlackShark V2 Review: Simply great

Razer BlackShark V2 Review: Simply great

The Razer BlackShark V2 and BlackShark V2 X are made for gamers at all levels. The BlackShark V2 is made to be the "definitive esports gaming headset" while the "X" version is meant to deliver JUST the essentials for a significantly lower price. If for no other reason than these headphones are exceedingly comfortable to wear for long periods of time, I recommend the BlackShark V2 for all gamers right out the gate.

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Razer Halo Infinite gaming gear releases set for Xbox Series X, PC

Razer Halo Infinite gaming gear releases set for Xbox Series X, PC

Halo Infinite will be released attached to an array of gaming accessories made by Razer this holiday season. Razer announced their partnership with 343 Industries this week. Razer and 343 Industries did not yet reveal the specific products that'd be released in this collaborations, but we can make a few assumptions based on collaborations Razer's done in the past.

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Razer Huntsman Mini Review: Onboard storage and tiny size for the win

Razer Huntsman Mini Review: Onboard storage and tiny size for the win

Today we're looking at the brand new Razer Huntsman Mini, the first 60% keyboard from Razer. This keyboard rolls with official Razer Optical Switches, Doubleshot PBT Keycaps, and its own onboard memory. It's also lit up with Razer Chroma RGB rainbow brightness, of course.

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Razer Phone 3 prototype may hint why it was canceled

Razer Phone 3 prototype may hint why it was canceled

Remember the Razer Phone? The not so unexpected smartphone from the gaming giant can be credit for having carved out a niche gaming smartphone market. Unlike the ones that followed its lead, however, Razer has failed to continue what it started, stopping at the Razer Phone 2 from 2018. Razer laid the blame of the Razer Phone 3's delay on the uncertainty of the 5G network rollout but an alleged prototype of that phone may suggest it had other bigger problems to deal with.

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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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