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Razer is back at it again, updating another member of its popular gaming laptop family. Today, we present to you the new Razer Blade 14-inch gaming laptop which is powered by Intel’s new seventh generation Kaby Lake processors. More specifically, the laptop features Intel’s Core i7-7700HQ quad-core processor that has a base frequency of 2.8GHz and can crank it all the way up to 3.8GHz. 16GB of 2400MHz DDR4 memory is included, while the 14-inch display is available in 1920x1080 or 4K UHD (3840x2160) resolutions. No matter which display option you choose, it will be backed by NVIDIA’s Pascal graphics... Read more...
Razer prides itself on dedicating its resources to the hardcore gaming community, so the company is upping the ante a bit today with an upgrade to its popular BlackWidow Chroma mechanical gaming keyboard. Called the BlackWidow Chroma V2, it brings a few new features that will surely impress even the most critical gaming enthusiasts. The keyboard, which is targeting gamers in the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) and First Person Shooter (FPS) genres, is the logical progression of the original BlackWidow, which was released in 2010 and its many offspring. For starters, the BlackWidow Chroma... Read more...
Razer stole the spotlight at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) by unveiling a prototype laptop with three integrated displays—a center panel and two that fold out on both sides—only to have two of them stolen right from under its nose at the conclusion of the convention. The pinched "Project Valerie" laptops have since shown up an online auction site in China with an asking price of 150,000 Yuan (nearly $22,000 in U.S. currency) each.It was not initially clear what exactly had been stolen from Razer. When the theft first occurred, Razer CEO Min-Lian Tan posted a message on Facebook saying that... Read more...
  Razer had a lot to celebrate this year at CES. Last week, the company announced two prototype hardware projects that drew a lot of attention from regular show attendees and the press. The first was Project Ariana, which is a 4K projection system that delivers whole-room immersion with the help of Chroma lighting. The second was Project Valerie, which is a gaming laptop that features three 17.3-inch 4K displays. Unfortunately, it looks as though two of Razer’s prototypes were stolen right from under its nose. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan took to Facebook to explain that the prototypes were... Read more...
Razer CES 2017 announcements just keep rolling in. The company recently revealed that Razer Chroma, its flagship lighting technology, will now be available to third parties. Razer Chroma news, however, does not just stop there. Razer also announced that it is working on “Project Ariana”, the world’s first video projection system intended for gaming. Razer suggested that companies such as Lenovo, NZXT, Antec, Lian Li, Wicked Lasers, and Nanoleaf are eager to get their hands on Chroma. Third-party access to the 16.8 million-color palette will be granted through the Razer Chroma Module, a single hardware... Read more...
In the words of Toby Keith, “one more is never enough”. Razer just introduced “Project Valerie”, the first portable laptop with three built-in monitors. Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan, remarked, “Multi-monitor desktop set-ups are becoming more necessary for professionals, creators, and gamers. For the first time, we’ve engineered a solution that users can take with them. Project Valerie promises all of the functionality of three screens and none of the hassle.”  Many customers will probably come for the three screens, but stay for their quality. Each 17.3-inch 4K IGZO monitor boasts... Read more...
‘Tis the season to stomp on your enemies with the help of new gaming hardware, so we jumped at the chance to fire up a couple of Lenovo’s top gaming machines, a burly 17-inch gaming laptop and a gaming desktop PC designed in conjunction with Razer. Just a small side note: we're actually giving away these machines in the days ahead to a couple of lucky individuals participating in our Lenovo HOT Holiday Giveaway. We thought it might be interesting to preview these to beasts before we gave them away, though.  Regardless, the maker of the ThinkPad line has been fighting its way into the... Read more...
After teasing the world with hints that something big was coming, Razer today took the veil off its latest Blade Pro notebook. What's so special about it? Well, Razer promises that it will feel like a "desktop in your laptop", something that goes beyond simple performance metrics. The new Razer Blade Pro is in fact a powerhouse, sporting NVIDIA's top-end GPU under its hood: GeForce GTX 1080. That will allow this laptop to handle today's hottest games at up to 1440p with great detail and framerates, and 4K with good detail and framerates. That's some serious performance for a mere notebook, especially... Read more...
It seems like only yesterday that Disney snatched up Lucasfilm for just over $4 billion, and now, we have yet another George Lucas-created enterprise finding a place under a different wing: THX. THX was founded 33 years ago in an attempt to deliver the best possible sound quality for the upcoming George Lucas film, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. It remained under Lucasfilm's umbrella until 2002, at which point it was picked up by another legendary audio company: Creative. Fast-forward to today, and the brand has changed hands again, to peripheral giant Razer. One of Razer's latest audio products,... Read more...
If you've never heard of Razer's DeathAdder gaming mouse, then chances are good that you're not a PC gamer. Since the launch of its original model ten years ago, the DeathAdder became the de facto gaming mouse, one that few seemed to have complaints. That's to be expected given its great comfort, great control, and of course, great aesthetics. Continuing the DeathAdder legacy is the brand-new DeathAdder Elite, a mouse that features Razer's own 5G optical sensor to speed movement up to 16,000 DPI at 450-inches-per-second. Razer says that both metrics set a new standard for the industry, and if you... Read more...
Two big names in gaming are coming together for one kickass, Intel-powered gaming rig. Those two companies are Razer and Maingear, and the product of their collaboration is the Maingear R1 Razer Edition gaming desktop. Given the partnership between the two companies, you can see some of the signature design characteristics of each in the R1 Razer Edition. Razer lends its green lighting and minimalistic black exterior design. Maingear’s always exceptional build quality and Origami Wiring is clearly on display. The overall look is very clean, and we’re sure that Slimer would be right at home inside... Read more...
Are you a mechanical keyboard purist that demands the lightning-fast, unmistakable response of true switch actuation? Do your digits sometimes feel the fatigue of battle after protracted gaming beat-downs? Or do you prefer the cushy, forgiving feel of a membrane key switch but wish they had just a be more tactile feedback and key travel to help keep your bearings and pace? Razer may have just launched what could offer the best of both worlds with its new Razer Ornata and Ornata Chroma keyboards. PC gaming systems and peripherals company Razer has announced the Razer Ornata line of gaming keyboards... Read more...
Now that Intel has officially pushed Kaby Lake out the door, we can expect to see plenty of announcements from its hardware partners on new products. That is exactly the case with regards to Razer, which has announced a refresh to its 12.5-inch Blade Stealth notebook. Razer has made a notable brain transplant, swapping out the previous Skylake-based processor for a new 2.7GHz Intel Core i7-7500U. Razer also amped up the memory and storage subsystems of the Blade Stealth, so you can now spec the machine with up to 16GB of LPDDR3-1866MHz memory and up to a 1TB PCIe SSD. As for the display, base systems... Read more...
Razer has gone and built itself a new mechanical key switch, but you won't find it implemented in any gaming keyboards for the PC, at least not right off the bat. Instead, Razer's new "Ultra-Low-Profile Mechancial Switch" will initially be outfitted into a keyboard case for Apple's iPad Pro tablet. Who would've guessed, right? "We’re commonly thought of as a company that makes phenomenal products for gamers, but to design the very best products, we’ve had to innovate from the ground up – even from each individual component such as mechanical switches," says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO.... Read more...
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