CES 2020: A tour of Razer's booth, and of course, playing some games

If you're ever going to CES, always stop by the Razer booth. Not only does it always have cool new products to check out, and usually some interesting new concept devices, but you can also test out the products. And that means playing games.

One of those products is the Razer Kishi Universal Mobile Gaming Controller, which is a controller that's meant to be used with smartphones. Mobile gaming is a rapidly growing business, and with game streaming services on the way, it's getting even bigger. Obviously, that means that a business for peripherals is going to grow alongside of it. I got to play Cuphead on Nvidia GeForce Now.

Another thing that Razer had, which was a concept, was a fully immersive esports setup with two projectors, a chair, and more. The whole setup was built for a racing game, and Razer also has hardware that will let you link up multiple units for competitive environments. As you can see in the image above, I got to play that too.

Those are the things that I got to play, but Razer had more as well, such as its new optical keyboard on the Razer Blade 15. That was pretty cool as well. Check out the whole tour below.

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