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Razer has taken a bucket of bling and poured it all over the company's Abyssus gaming mouse for a brand new rodent, the Abyssus Mirror Special Edition. As the name suggests, the new mouse sports a black chrome mirror finish on the outside, while the inside retains all the features of the original Abyssus, including a... Read more...
SteelSeries is up there with Razer in the world of input peripherals, offing gamer-centric devices that serve a small but important niche. Today, the company has introduced the new R.U.S.E. Edition Xai Laser Mouse and QcK gaming surface, both of which are aimed directly at RTS fans.The devices are being made through a... Read more...
Rejoice! Celebrate! Take a day off of work just to enjoy your 5-pack when it arrives! Razer, a company that has made itself famous by producing gamer-approved input devices (mice and keyboards, mostly), just introduced something that will maybe...no, definitely...change the way gamers game, forever. And ever. The... Read more...
Gamers come in all shapes and sizes, and believe it or not, not all of them prefer to game with the same hand. There's no doubt that right-handed gamers are catered to more often than not, while left-handed gamers are usually left to fend for themselves. Today, Razer is making life a lot easier for left-handed in-game snipers, with the first... Read more...
Sure, those of us into first person shooters would love to frag our friends with a Razer Mamba or Logitech G9x, but if your gaming diet consists of Peggle with a side of Bejeweled, then there's no sense in dropping a Benjamin (or more) on a rodent. Nor will a dedicated gaming mouse level up your Microsoft Office... Read more...
Microsoft's hardware division has really been on a roll lately, and the SideWinder X4 proves that the rolling won't be stopping anytime soon. Designed with hardcore gamers in mind (and probably in response to some of those other boards being released by Logitech and Razer), this unit's stand-out feature is the anti-ghosting technology that's... Read more...
For the longest time, gamers have been asked to buy a second mouse pad for use when hanging out at LAN parties. Typically, you'd have one "doesn't matter" mouse pad for use at home, then a more expensive mouse for gaming that reacts more accurately to subtle movements.Razer, who has been known to create gaming-centric pads in the past, has... Read more...
Razer has generally been known best for its hot gaming mice, and more recently, keyboards. But clearly the company has expansion in mind, and with the high-end peripheral market booming (Rock Band instruments, anyone?), there has never been a better time to dabble in the world of motion sensing. At CES 2010, Razer teamed with Sixense and Valve... Read more...
Let's play a game, shall we? We say "mice," and you say whoever comes to mind. Go! Did you say Razer? Logitech? Microsoft? Probably, but we doubt you said Mad Catz. Up until now, Mad Catz has been best known for its work in the console world, cranking out peripheral after peripheral to work on the Wii, PS3 and Xbox... Read more...
The gaming mouse market has grown increasingly saturated over the past few years, and with outfits like Razer and Logitech leading the way, it's tough for companies like SteelSeries to make an impact. That said, the new Limited Edition Sudden Attack Ikari Laser Mouse is bound to get noticed, if for nothing more than... Read more...
Razer has been branching out on their products for quite some time, with the company's audio range being its go-to line when the mice and keyboard grows tired. With the PAX 2009 conference in full swing out on the west coast of America, Razer is joining forces in order to issue a limited edition PAX series of its Moray+ mobile gaming communicator.... Read more...
Not sure if you've noticed, but Razer has definitely been on a tear of late. Following up the already impressive Orochi BT mouse and Kabuto surface, the accessories powerhouse has today revealed a new one-two punch over at GamesCom in Germany. Hailed as the company's first ever MMO gaming mouse, the Razer Naga... Read more...
Razer's been on a roll of late, busting out a new mousepad in May, a Blizzcon contest last week and now a new duo of gaming gadgets. The first device is a new portable Bluetooth Laser mouse, which looks to provide portable gamers with the same precision and comfort that desktop gamers have grown used to. The Orochi retains that iconic, ambidextrous... Read more...
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