Razer has plans to release a smartphone by year's end. As we get closer, more information about the handset seems to be leaking and now an alleged image of the device has found its way online.
Razer is going to release a smartphone by year's end. The question is will it distinguish itself from the pack. Today, the alleged specifications for the device have leaked, giving us an early look.
Razer is more known for its products in the gaming space but has recently been teasing its entry into the smartphone market. The firm has now announced an event for November, teasing a smartphone.
Microsoft has been pushing wireless for Xbox One, and has even expanded its "ecosystem" to start covering Windows 10 PCs. To that end, five new headsets were revealed through three separate partners.
Sporting a GTX 1060, full HD IPS 120Hz display and a much more affordable price point, the Razer Blade Pro full HD model will make it much easier to get your hands on the 17-inch laptop from Razer.
Microsoft has offered price cuts for a variety of PCs as apart of its Labor Day promotion, ranging from traditional laptops to 2-in-1 PCs, gaming desktops, and even a Surface Book variant.
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Razer says the Wolverine Ultimate "was designed to adapt itself to any gamer", with interchangeable controls, Chroma lighting effects, and a Quick Control Panel of additional buttons.
Razer says its new Atheris offers "the world's longest-lasting battery life among mobile productivity mice with gaming-grade features", with up to 350 hours of continuous use from two AA batteries.
Razer has stuck with its black and neon green motif for quite some time. The firm has finally deviated, offering Mercury White and Gunmetal Grey as new color options for some of its products.
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One of gaming's most iconic brands, Razer, is aiming to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and targets a valuation of $5 billion, which it could use to build the ultimate gaming handheld.
Smartphone maker, Nextbit, which was acquired by Razer, has announced that it will be ending support for its handset by the end of this month. Software updates are expected to continue till 2018.
Gaming hardware maker Razer filed for an IPO in Hong Kong, looking to raise money to fund its continued expansion. The company will introduce new products and services to diversify revenue streams.
Razer has announced its plan to offer a new 12,800mAh external battery pack with USB Type-C aimed to provide additional power to its laptop line. Since it is USB-C, it can also charge other devices.
Razer's new Windows 10 gaming notebook comes with an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, 16GB RAM, up to 1TB storage, 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, and more, including the option of a 4K touchscreen.
The makers of the Robin smartphone have been purchased by Razer. The news went live today on the Nextbit forums, but the deal was completed prior to the weekend. Further details weren't released.
After the theft of two concept gaming notebooks from Razer at CES this month, a listing briefly appeared for the stolen Project Valerie prototypes in China, asking for 150,000 yuan ($21,700 USD).
Razer is offering a $25,000 reward for "information leading to identification, arrest and conviction of a criminal suspect", following the theft of its two Project Valerie notebook prototypes at CES.
Razer's much-celebrated appearance at CES 2017 ended on a sad note, as its CEO said today that two of its prototypes were stolen from its show stand - and it hasn't ruled out industrial espionage.
Razer announced a couple of innovative products at CES 2017 this week, including Project Valerie, which claims to be the first triple-display laptop, featuring three 17.3-inch 4K screens.
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Project Ariana expands on Razer's existing Chroma tech to create an immersive set of video and lighting effects that complement games on-screen. The concept will also feature THX sound technology.
Razer has unveiled Project Valerie, a monstrous laptop with three built-in 17.3-inch displays, each with 4K resolution, powered by a desktop-class Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card.
For today only, save $20 off the Razer Kraken USB Gaming Headset via Neowin Deals. An advanced 7.1 virtual surround sound engine and personal audio calibration will put your game over the top.
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Unfortunately, Razer committed a major faux pas with a tasteless tweet aimed at Apple's latest MacBook Pro. The company deleted the tweet after setting the internet ablaze and offered an apology.
Sony has revealed two officially licensed PS4 controllers designed by Razer and Nacon in collaboration with the company, which will improve upon the existing Dualshock 4 tech from Sony.
Min-Liang Tan, CEO and Co-founder of Razer, took to the stage in Berlin, announcing the arrival of the company's Blade and Blade Stealth laptops in Europe, with accessories to follow later this year.
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Razer released a new version of its Blade Pro laptop with a 17.3-inch 4K display, a GTX 1080 GPU and a low-profile mechanical keyboard. It will retail at $3,699 and will ship starting in November.
Razer has launched the Ornata line of keyboards featuring Mecha-Membrane technology, This new technology combines the best features of mechanical and rubber dome keyboards for comfort and accuracy.
Razer announced the Blade Stealth at CES 2016 and has now released an updated unit at IFA 2016. The Ultrabook is identical in features to the previous, but does offer a newer CPU and more battery.
You can now get up to 42% off a wide range of desktops, notebooks, tablets and 2-in-1s, including many affordable options - and if you buy a PC for over $699, you'll also get a free 8-inch tablet.
Razer's latest gaming accessories are designed for those who prefer to enjoy their gaming on the couch, and includes a mouse, a keyboard with integrated magnetic mousemat, and a charging dock.
Razer has unveiled the updated version of its Razer Blade gaming notebook, featuring upgraded specs, improved performance, and the signature Chroma keyboard, all at a lower price than its predecessor.
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Razer has announced it's smallest and lightest laptop to date. The Razer blade Stealth Ultrabook packs serious specs and desktop class graphics expansion capabilities via the Razer Core.
Lenovo teased gaming hardware with built-in Razer Chroma lighting last year and now we are getting a handful of both new and updated products with this unique (and colorful) edition.
Lenovo announced today that it will partner with gaming company Razer to produce new products targeted specifically toward gamers, with a new gaming desktop PC scheduled for release in 2016.