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The Razer Blade Pro is less of a gaming powerhouse and more of a svelte workstation laptop that's also good at playing games while retaining Razer's aggressive chops and cool looks.
Having only ever bought relatively cheap headsets with proportionally cheap audio quality, it seems about time for me to upgrade. Today I'll be testing six sub-$100 gaming-oriented options.
After launching its gaming-focused Blade notebook and Edge tablet with Windows 8, Razer is working on a 'micro-console' running Android TV, which it says will be capable of "hardcore" gaming.
We had a chance to visit the Razer booth at E3 this year and got some hands-on time with the newly released Junglecat gamepad case. The case is available for the iPhone 5/5S for $99.
Razer is entering the wearables market with the Nabu Smartband. The Nabu will be available to 500 beta testers and sell for $1 USD. The first 500 bands will be released on July 10th, 2014.
Razer's CEO has apologized for the company's ongoing failures to meet demand for its products, in a frank admission that they've "been doing a terrible job" - but hopes to do better in the future.
The new Razer Junglecat is a sliding iPhone gamepad that is designed for a gamer that wants the highest precision possible when it comes to mobile gaming. The gamepad is available now for $99 USD.
Razer is holding a party to celebrate the official launch of its new version of the Razer Blade laptop on Friday at the Microsoft Store location in downtown San Francisco.
April 1st, 2014 was, as always, one of the more interesting days to spend surfing the Internet as lots of tech companies decided to have fun, but one prank went a bit too far.
Razer has announced new versions of its Razer Blade and Blade Pro Windows 8.1 laptops. The 14-inch Blade will have a touchscreen display for the first time, along with better hardware.
Taking innovation to a whole new level, Razer has gone ahead and developed their own Razer-branded Cherry MX switch variations for their mechanical keyboard range.
Razer has revealed a new desktop PC concept, "Project Christine", that allows anyone to quickly upgrade their computer with no technical knowledge through the use of a modular design.
Razer's CEO has told Neowin that sales of the Razer Edge and Edge Pro tablets have been "way better than we expected" but there are no plans to update the hardware inside the Windows 8 tablets.
Razer stopped taking pre-orders for the Windows 8 Razer Edge Pro tablet soon after it began in March and there's no word on when sales will start again. The cheaper Razer Edge is also not for sale.
Razer has announced Razer Surround, a new Windows software program that adds 7.1 virtual surround sound to any stereo headset. Razer is waiving the $19.99 price but asks for donations to Child's Play.
Razer is planning a product announcement on Tuesday, June 25th - but what could it be? The company is inviting people to guess what its 'Revolution' is, for a chance to win one for themselves.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan stated in a new interview, "I don't hate on Windows 8", but also took the time to say how "super disappointed" he was with how Dell and HP have treated the PC industry.
Razer has revealed plans to launch the new 14-inch Blade and the 17-inch Blade Pro Windows 8 laptops, with both products scheduled to ship before the end of June.
Razer has posted up a new video that apparently is teasing us about an upcoming product reveal to be made on Thursday, May 30th for something that's "thinner than a dime"
Razer will start taking pre-orders for the Razer Atrox, a new take on the classic arcade fighting game controller for the Xbox 360 console, on May 21st for the price of $199.99.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan says the company will honor online orders for its products that were made via a fake 90 percent coupon, even though he admits it will "cost us an insane amount of losses."
As promised, Razer has started to ship the first batch of its Windows 8-based Razer Edge and Edge Pro tablets to the customers who pre-ordered the products earlier in the month.
Razer has halted pre-orders of its higher end Razer Edge Pro Windows 8 tablet, saying that the sales numbers have depleted the company's manufacturing capacity "for months to come"
Rahul Sood, the current head of Microsoft's Bing Fund, has now been named as an official advisor for the board of directors at the PC gaming accessory, notebook and tablet company Razer.
Razer will begin taking pre-orders for its Windows 8-based Razer Edge tablet starting on Friday, March, with shipments of the tablet starting later that same month.
Razer has announced that the Razer Edge, its Windows 8 gaming PC tablet previously known as Project Fiona, will go on sale in the first quarter of 2013 starting at $999.
Razer's CE0 has posted up the general and early hardware specs for their upcoming Windows 8-based gaming tablet, and is giving folks a chance to win one of the first "Project Fiona" tablets.
Razer has now confirmed it will indeed start production of "Project Fiona", its proposed gaming PC tablet. It has also confirmed it will run on Windows 8 when it is released.
Razer says it will start developing its previously announced "Project Fiona" Windows-based gaming tablet if it gets 10,000 "likes" on the device's Facebook page.
Razer has announced it will release an updated version of its Razer Blade laptop gaming PC, with better hardware inside including a processor that perhaps hasn't been announced yet
Razer has announced it will release its new Deathstalker Ultimate PC keyboard, which will include versions of the customizable LCD trackpad and LED keypad found on the Razer Blade laptop.
Razer has just announced its newest high end PC mouse, the Razer Ouroboros. The mouse, which comes with interchangeable side panels and other adjustable features, will be sold this fall for $129.99.
The founder of the VoodooPC gaming computer maker, Rahul Sood, says in a new blog post that Razer could "ignite the PC industry" with products like the recent Razer Blade laptop.
Razer has announced plans to release a number of Mass Effect 3-based gaming PC accessories, including new versions of its Imperator PC mouse and Blackwidow keyboard.
Razer has announced that it has now sold out of its first wave of units for its Razer Blade gaming PC laptop and that it will have the notebook back in stock in February.
Razer has announced on its Facebook page that it will be joining other web sites in going dark on Wednesday, January 18 to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
At CES on Tuesday we were able to see the prototype gaming device, Fiona. Today we were able to talk to the lead engineer on the project and gets a hands-on demo of the Intel gaming tablet in action!
Razer just announced their "Project Fiona" tablet, and we tracked it down on the floor at Consumer Electronics Show to get a quick eyes-on of the real deal.
Razer has revealed a new concept design for a Windows-based tablet created specifically for PC gaming at CES 2012 today. The concept could turn into a real product later this year.
Razer has announced its newest gaming PC mouse product at CES 2012. It's the Razer Naga Hex, a new version of the previously released Razer Naga that's designed for action-RPG and MOBA gamers.
Razer has launched a new teaser video for "Project Fiona" . The video claims Razer will introduce a new form factor for playing PC games on January 10 during next week's CES 2012 trade event.
PC and video game peripheral maker Razer has now raised a whopping $50 million in its first round of venture capital funding to help fund future products and technology.
Razer has announced that its Razer Blade high end PC gaming notebook will not be released by the end of 2011 as originally planned but will now come out in mid to late January 2012.
Razer's upcoming gaming PC notebook, the Razer Blade, could be released before Christmas, according to the company's CEO. The notebook will also have an SSD for storage instead of a regular hard drive
Razer's CEO says that the PC gaming peripheral company is working on developing smaller gaming systems that will be released sometime after the launch of its Razer Blade gaming PC notebook.
PC game accessory maker Razer has announced publicly that two prototype models of its Razer Blade notebook PC device have been stolen from one of the company's R&D labs.
Razer has announced plans to launch Synapse 2.0, a new cloud-based data storage service that will allow Razer customers to store their gaming macros, key binds, and profiles in the cloud.
Razer has announced plans to release an gaming arcade stick for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console and wants input from gamers to help design the product.
Razer has announced new versions of its BlackWidow gaming PC mechanical keyboard that include a new key set, making it quieter to use.