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Razer signs OUYA’s death warrant

Razer signs OUYA’s death warrant

Remember OUYA? You'd be forgiven if you'd forgotten about the crowdfunded Android console, but allow Razer to jog your memory with news that it's about to pull the plug once and for all. The OUYA game store is about to expire, and with it will go Forge TV and the MadCatz MOJO game stores too.

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Ambidextrous mouse Razer Lancehead Wireless ramps up features for 2019

Ambidextrous mouse Razer Lancehead Wireless ramps up features for 2019

This morning the folks at Razer released the latest version of their Lancehead Wireless ambidextrous mouse. This new version of the mouse has a top-notch 16,000 True DPI 5G optical sensor. This is not the first time this sensor's been applied to a Razer mouse - it's the first time this sensor's been bestowed upon this particularly versatile mouse.

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Razer Stormtrooper gaming gear goes B&W for Star Wars day

Razer Stormtrooper gaming gear goes B&W for Star Wars day

A set of new peripherals for Razer fans popped up today with full-on Stormtrooper regalia. There's a new mouse, there's a new keyboard, and there's a new MASSIVE mouse mat. Each of these items was decorated with Lucasfilm-approved graphics, black and white, all in a suite. They're the same as they were before, only now they're better, because they look, all... stormtrooper-like.

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Razer Toaster is real: We’ve reached peak gamer gadget

Razer Toaster is real: We’ve reached peak gamer gadget

The Razer Toaster was supposed to be a joke. It was an April Fool's joke over three years ago. But that wasn't the start of this adventure. Back in the year 2012, a fan by the name of Mark Withers struck a deal with the CEO of Razer, Min-Liang Tan. He'd seen a Razer fan named Michael make an offhand comment about a Razer Toaster - he took the idea and ran with it.

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Razer Hammerhead Duo earbuds have one Nintendo Switch-specific detail

Razer Hammerhead Duo earbuds have one Nintendo Switch-specific detail

The tiniest detail in the Razer Hammerhead Duo headset (earbuds) has an eye for the Nintendo Switch. To be clear, there'll be two versions of the Razer Hammerhead Duo, one for Switch, the other ready to roll with every other device under the sun. One is called "Razer Hammerhead Duo", the other is called "Razer Hammerhead Duo - Compatible with the Nintendo Switch". Sadly this version will not be in the eye-searing blues and reds of the Nintendo Switch console controllers.

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Razer Blade Pro 17 (2019) gaming laptop debuts with NVIDIA RTX 2080

Razer Blade Pro 17 (2019) gaming laptop debuts with NVIDIA RTX 2080

Razer has launched its new Razer Blade Pro 17 (2019) model, a flagship gaming laptop that packs high performance into a relatively small shell. Razer says it redesigned the new Blade Pro 17 from the ground up; buyers can expect 'the most powerful and versatile Razer laptop ever,' according to company CEO Min-Liang Tan.

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Razer Phone 2 in Satin Black available as an online store exclusive

Razer Phone 2 in Satin Black available as an online store exclusive

The future of the Razer Phone 3 may be in question but the future of the Razer Phone 2 still seems to be strong. In fact, Razer has just put out a new edition of the current gen phone. Don't worry if you already have a Razer Phone 2 because not much has changed. All you'll be missing out from this online exclusive Satin Black is the reduced risk of sliding off surfaces and reduced fingerprint smudges.

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Razer Core X Chroma eGPU brings on the RGB lights, USB ports

Razer Core X Chroma eGPU brings on the RGB lights, USB ports

Laptops are getting thinner and some PCs are getting smaller. While that may be a boon for portability and space economy, there's only so much you can cram inside of them. Thanks to technologies like Thunderbolt 3, however, you can keep computers small and slim and offload the brunt of the work to external components. With Razer's latest Core X Chroma, Windows laptop and MacBook users can not only offload graphics intensive work to the GPU enclosure but even charging and data transfer as well.

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Razer Ripsaw HD challenges Elgato for capture card dominance

Razer Ripsaw HD challenges Elgato for capture card dominance

Slowly but surely, Razer has been building out its offering of broadcaster gear. First it was the Kiyo camera with a built-in ring light, then we got the Seirẽn Elite microphone. Today, Razer's broadcaster range of hardware is expanding once again with the Ripsaw HD capture card.

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Razer Phone 3 delay blamed on 5G rollout

Razer Phone 3 delay blamed on 5G rollout

Network operators and smartphone makers were all making noise about 5G at last month's MWC. But while almost all of them promise to be 5G-ready, many skirted around the fact that 5G itself isn't that ready. It won't be until later this year that true 5G networks will be available and only in then in select markets only. That "awkward transition" period might also be the reason why Razer is taking its sweet time to make a Razer Phone 3.

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Razer and Tencent mobile partnership raises hope for Razer Phone 3

Razer and Tencent mobile partnership raises hope for Razer Phone 3

Gaming hardware maker Razer seems to be sending some fans mixed signals. It reportedly shuttered and reshuffled its employees away from its mobile division, causing concern over the future of the Razer Phone line. Now it has announced a partnership with Tencent, best known for publishing PUBG and Honor of Kings (a.k.a. Arena of Valor) to optimize the latter's games for the former's hardware. That, of course, has mobile gamers speculating that all hope is not lost and that a Razer Phone 3 might indeed be coming soon.

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Razer Phone 3 report proves the gaming phone dream ain’t dead yet

Razer Phone 3 report proves the gaming phone dream ain’t dead yet

Where are all the gaming smartphones? The way some companies talked about them from late 2017 to early 2018, you'd think they were the next evolution of smartphones. Mobile gaming may still be one of the most lucrative markets yet but the phones that empower them aren't exactly the extraordinary devices that gaming-centric phones advertise themselves to be. Still, with the announcement of the Black Shark 2 and this new word on an upcoming Razer Phone 3, the idea of a dedicated phone for gaming is one that refuses to go silently into the night.

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