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Razer Transformers 3 Edition DeathAdder Mouse

Posted in Mouse by Reuben Drake on June 29th, 2011

Razer is offering another version of it’s DeathAdder mouse, this time it’s Transformers 3 themed and looks a bit tacky. It comes in your choice of red, yellow, silver and purple for $69.99 and the specs are identical to the version already on the market.

There’s also a dual-sided Vespula mouse mat for $44.99 to celebrate the film and four new colored laptop sleeves for $49.99 each. Transformers fans now have more gear to add to their buy list.

Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Keyboard

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2011

The Star Wars: The Old Republic gaming keyboard by Razer has some stylish looks as well as a Star Wars theme. It features a full-color highly sensitive multitouch LCD panel and ten adaptive tactile keys, giving you more room for easily accessible skills, hotkeys, and macros.

It also has an adjustable multi-color LED, 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time, a USB cable and gold backlit keys with slim key caps for faster actuation and shorter travel distance. Expect to drop $199.99 on it.

Razer Chimaera Gaming Headset with 5.1 Surround Sound

Posted in Razer by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2011

Razer’s new gaming headset called Chimaera features wireless connectivity, 5.1 stereo output with Surround Sound and large ear cups. The headsets are specially designed for Xbox gamers who want the best audio quality.

This headset delivers eight hours of battery life, which should be plenty of game time before you need a break to recharge them. The Razer Chimaera Wireless Gaming Headset for the Xbox will cost you about $199 and will be available this month.

Razer Dragon Age II Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2011

Razer and Bioware have teamed up to release the Dragon Age II mouse and keyboard. We told you about the mouse the other day. The Dragon Age II Razer BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard features full mechanical keys with 50g of actuation force, individually blood-red backlit keys with 5 levels of lighting, and 1000Hz Ultra-polling with a 1ms response time.

It also features programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, gaming mode option for deactivation of the Windows key, 10 customizable software profiles with on-the-fly switching, 5 additional macro keys, audio-out/ mic-in jacks and USB-passthrough. The Dragon Age II Razer DeathAdder mouse will be released in April 2011 for $69.99, while the Dragon Age II Razer BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard is available for pre-order for $139.99.

Razer DeathAdder Dragon Age II Special Edition

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2011

The Razer DeathAdder is one of the better infrared gaming mice around and now it has a special edition in the new DeathAdder Dragon Age II Collector’s Edition. The mouse is black with red lighting and features a red dragon on the top.

Other than the special game branding, the mouse is the same thing under the hood. It has a 3500dpi sensor, right-handed design, five programmable buttons, and 1000Hz ultrapolling. The sensitivity is adjustable on the fly and it has a 7-foot long cable. The DeathAdder is compatible with Mac and PC. The launch date is unknown, but it will sell for $69.99.

Razer Chimaera Wireless Gaming Headphones for Xbox 360 and PC

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2011

Razer has some new headphones that will work with the Xbox 360 and the PC. They are called the Chimaera and are available in two styles. A standard stereo version and a 5.1 surround sound version.

Both are wireless and use rechargeable batteries. The Stereo version uses 2.4GHz wireless technology and the 5.1 version uses 5.8GHz. Both also feature a mic that can be flipped up and out of the way. Sound is handled with large 50mm neodymium drivers.

Razer Naga Molten Special Edition

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2011

Amazon is selling the Razer Naga Molten Special Edition, which features a new look and gives you an unprecedented number of in-game commands all in one place. It features a multi-button thumb grid and Razer’s MMO game interface add-on so that you have everything in the palm of your hand.

The Razer Naga Molten Special Edition features a 5600dpi Razer Precision 3.5G Laser sensor, a scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions, 1000Hz Ultrapolling/ 1ms response time, an anti-slip rubber coating, an MMO-optimized multi-button thumb grid, Zero-acoustic Ultraslick feet, a gold-plated USB connector and 17 fully-programmable MMO-optimized buttons.

Razer Ferox portable speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on January 25th, 2011

Razer has launched a new pair of portable speakers for mobile gamers to use on their laptops. These Ferox portable speakers emit sound in all directions instead of the typical 90-180 degree angle of regular speakers, giving you a much wider sweet spot.

The speakers will last for a nice 12 hours on a single charge, which should be plenty for most gaming sessions. They work with any media player that has a 3.5mm audio jack. The Razer Ferox speakers are available now for just $59.99.

Razer Onza available for Pre-Order

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on January 22nd, 2011

The Razer Onza controller for the Xbox 360 comes in two versions, a Tournament edition and the standard edition. Both controllers have the same basic features: a precision D-pad, enhanced ergonomics, two programmable buttons, and a 15-foot long braided cable. The standard version features a textured surface for better grip while the Tournament edition has a rubberized body to give you a good grip.

The main difference is that the Tournament edition features adjustable resistance on both analog sticks for the best precision. The tournament edition is so in demand that it is already sold out for pre-order at $49.99, but you can still get the standard version for $39.99.

Razer Onza Xbox 360 controllers

Posted in Controllers by Conner Flynn on January 9th, 2011

Razer has announced its new generation of Xbox 360 gaming controllers. The Razer Onza Tournament Edition controllers are all about taking gaming precision to a new level. The Onza Xbox 360 controllers are aimed at the hardcore gamers, as it allows them to customize their resistance level with adjustable resistance analog sticks.

They can be adjusted loose for quick turning and tight, for more precise pointing. The backlit shoulder buttons allow you to map other controls, while face buttons allow for a response time like a quick mouse click. Gamers are already drooling over these.

Razer Nostromo Gaming Keypad gets a serious upgrade

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2010

Hardcore PC gamers love Razer products since they are the foremost name in the market. So when Razer and Belkin get together to again update the n52te SpeedPad to the Razer Nostromo Gaming Keypad, one gamers take notice. Aside from just enhancing the features to make it more customizable and versatile, the Nostromo also includes tournament-grade controls and is designed to provide maximum comfort during gameplay.

The Nostromo also comes with 16 fully-programmable Hyperesponse gaming buttons and an eight-way directional thumb pad, a soft-touch rubberized wrist pad that cradles the palm and the programmable directional thumb pad can be used for movement or as modifier keys to access auxiliary commands.

Razer unveils Anansi MMO gaming keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

The latest keyboard to enter the MMO market from Razer is the Anansi. It looks like a typical jet black board with a standard layout, but those seven thumb modifier keys will raise your game. There’s also over 100 programmable Hyperesponse keys with on-the-fly macro recording.

Aside from that you get storage for up to 20 gaming profiles, five bonus gaming keys and 16 million color backlight illumination. It ships worldwide in December for $99.99.

Razer Ironclad elite hard gaming mouse mat

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on October 10th, 2010

Razer is all about mice and keyboards for the hardcore gamer and now it is offering the Ironclad elite hard gaming mouse mat. It’s the only metal mat from Razer specially made to to enhance and optimize the gliding capabilities of your mouse.

It features a finely sandblasted surface, to minimize hand discomfort while feeling smooth to the touch, providing natural mouse movement. It is made from anodized aluminium, with unibody construction for reinforced strength and durability.

Razer Orca Gaming and Music Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

Razer has introduced this pair of Orca gaming and music headphones that certainly are green. They feature a comfortable ergonomic design with quality sound in a venomous green color. The Razer Orca comes with a shorter, standard braided cable for listening to music on the go, but you also get a braided 2 meter extension cable for home use and desktop gaming.

It also offers enhanced drivers to optimize your game sounds and the bass in your music.Great for games, great for music, so you are covered either way.

Razer crams new 3.5G laser sensor into updated Lachesis gaming mouse

Posted in Computer Components by Shane McGlaun on August 4th, 2010

Razer debuted the Lachesis gaming mouse back in 2007 and the first iteration of the rodent had 4000dpi sensitivity. For its day, the Lachesis was one of the most sensitive mice you could buy. Today that 4000dpi mark isn’t that big of a deal.

Razer has announced that it has updated the Lachesis gaming mouse with a new design and a new sensor. The 3.5G laser sensor from Razer supports up to 5600dpi and the mouse has customizable lighting.


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