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Razer Wolverine Ultimate detailed: Xbox One/PC Elite Controller competitor

Razer Wolverine Ultimate detailed: Xbox One/PC Elite Controller competitor

This morning Razer revealed the Razer Wolverine Ultimate, a customizable gaming controller for Xbox One and PC. This device is one of a collection of Xbox peripherals made by Razer on the market today, this set also including the Razer Thresher Ultimate wireless gaming headset and the Razer Atrox fight stick - another wacky controller made to push the boundaries of what input's possible on the console. The Razer Wolverine Ultimate works with interchangeable D-pads, interchangeable thumbsticks, and 6 remappable triggers and buttons.

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Razer Atheris mouse promises lag-free wireless gaming

Razer Atheris mouse promises lag-free wireless gaming

Generally speaking, PC gamers want a wired mouse to cut back on latency as much as possible. The only problem with that is gaming on the road - if you're playing on a gaming laptop, you may not want to carry a wired mouse as a wireless mouse is more convenient. Razer claims to have the solution to that problem in its new wireless notebook mouse, the Atheris.

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Razer Blade refresh could be 2017’s Windows notebook must-haves

Razer Blade refresh could be 2017’s Windows notebook must-haves

Throughout the year, Razer has been announcing refreshes of a few laptops in its Razer Blade line. First came the reveal of the 14-inch Razer Blade, and then in June, the company unveiled a new version of the Razer Blade Stealth in gunmetal gray. Today, Razer revealed that both new laptops are shipping out now to customers.

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Razer Base Station Chroma: Because everything – EVERYTHING – needs LEDs

Razer Base Station Chroma: Because everything – EVERYTHING – needs LEDs

At this point, Razer, Corsair, and a bunch of other companies have outfitted pretty much every PC accessory under the sun with color-changing RGB lighting. Keyboards and mice were the first to arrive on the scene, and the RGB craze has even spread to mousepads at this point. Not content to stop at outfitting mousepads with lights, Razer has announced the newest accessory in its Chroma line: The Razer Base Station Chroma.

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Razer Tiamat headsets V2 include directional audio and pretty lights!

Razer Tiamat headsets V2 include directional audio and pretty lights!

Two new headsets have been revealed by Razer with a similar look, but very different aims - one for hardcore PC gamers, the other for cross-platform play. Both go by the name Tiamat, and both are made for heavy-duty audio and comfort. Tiamat headsets come in 7.1 V2 and 2.2 V2 editions, the former coming with a higher price tag and more features, the latter coming with a slightly more basic set of features for a lower price.

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Razer Destiny 2 peripherals collection is made for PC gamers

Razer Destiny 2 peripherals collection is made for PC gamers

Razer has taken the wraps off a new line of PC gaming peripherals, all of them branded with Destiny 2 imagery. The collection is comprised of a keyboard, mousepad, and headphones, all of them designed specifically for gamers; the game itself, of course, doesn't arrive for a couple months, and so it's no surprise the peripherals aren't available yet, either. Fortunately, we do have the details.

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Razer Phone: 5 reasons you will want this crazy thing

Razer Phone: 5 reasons you will want this crazy thing

Apparently there's going to be a Razer Phone at some point in the near future, and you're going to want to buy one. Today I'm going to run down five reasons why a person might want a Razer Phone paired with 5 reasons why the Razer Phone might not be the best purchase right out the gate. Negative factors in this adventure of a release are largely related to Razer's relative lack of experience in this field. Positives have largely to do with Razer's relative good standing in several fields, including laptop and peripheral manufacturing as well as established brand and community power.

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Razer Phone will target ‘hardcore gamers’ say sources

Razer Phone will target ‘hardcore gamers’ say sources

All signs point toward Razer launching its own smartphone, and now sources have appeared claiming the handset is in the pipeline to target 'hardcore gamers.' Assuming the sources are correct, Razer is aiming to make an initial public offering in the next few months, anticipating that it will list this upcoming October. If it does, the valuation could set the maker at about $5 billion, and may help bring in funding for the phone.

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Nextbit will close its support doors end of the month

Nextbit will close its support doors end of the month

The writing has been on the wall for months now so this doesn’t come as a surprise. After all, Nextbit is no longer the captain of its own ship, not after gaming accessory maker Razer bought it in January. Since then, Nextbit, or Razer, has slowly been closing doors. By the end of the month, the second to the last door will also be closed, with Nextbit ending most of its support channels once and for all.

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Razer Blade Stealth 13.3-inch Gunmetal update detailed

Razer Blade Stealth 13.3-inch Gunmetal update detailed

A new edition of the Razer Blade Stealth was revealed this week by the company that's also pushing Gunmetal. This is the first time this notebook has been offered in Gunmetal casing color - and the first time it's rolling with a larger display. This display has a cool 3200 x 1800 pixel across a 13.3-inch touchscreen panel. Display size up, bezels down, 4K still available as an option.

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Road to the Razer Phone: a partnership with 3

Road to the Razer Phone: a partnership with 3

The mobile carrier 3 (three, that is) has teamed up with Razer to bring the Razer smartphone one step closer to reality. In an announcement this morning, Razer and 3 announced their strategic alliance. This is the first time the gaming company has announced a collaboration with a mobile network operator. This is also the first we've heard of Razer's smartphone ambitions since they acquired Nextbit.

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Razer Lancehead mouse uses new “tournament setting” wireless tech

Razer Lancehead mouse uses new “tournament setting” wireless tech

This week the folks at Razer have introduced the Lancehead, a wireless mouse that uses a new type of wireless technology. Razer calls this new connection method Adaptive Frequency Technology, and suggest that it "automatically selects the strongest interference-free frequencies within the 2.4 GHz band." Active switching happens whenever necessary and two editions of the mouse will be available very, very soon.

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