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 In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Chris and Dave kick around some breaking news and tech review headlines like Intel and Micron’s new Quad-Level Cell (QLC) NAND SSDs, Razer's hot new Blade 15 and Core X, ARM’s Project Trillium Machine Learning aspirations, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 3, NVIDIA G-Synch HDR 4K 144Hz monitors, the Sony PS5 powered by Ryzen, AMD Ryzen Pro with Radeon Graphics, and we’re looking for ideas for our next giveaway! Show Notes: 02:11 - Micron And Intel Announce Shipment Of Industry First Quad-Level Cell (QLC) NAND... Read more...
Razer has some hot new gaming goodness on tap today, and fans of Razer Blade series gaming laptops will especially be pleased by the new 15.6-inch addition to the family.  The new Razer Blade has a standard 15.6-inch display with a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate and 100 percent sRGB color gamut coverage. The tiny display bezels measure just 4.9mm, giving the machine a screen-to-body ratio of 84 percent. For those that want to really crank up the resolution (at the expense of the 144Hz panel), you can also select a 4K (3840x2160) 60Hz touch option that also... Read more...
If there's one thing that can be said about Razer, it's that that company truly loves gaming (especially on the PC), and of course its gamer customers that lay down the smack with its products. We began to appreciate that passion from the company way back in 2010, when it introduced a human intravenous gaming solution, simply called Venom. Equipped with gold-plated needles to suit five different vein sizes, Venom helped keep the seriously committed gamer energized for up to four days of continuous gaming glory. Who wouldn't feel the temptation? As true as it is that Razer is committed... Read more...
Razer has announced a new variant of its flagship Android smartphone in order to celebrate the Chinese New Year/Spring Festival. Unfortunately, there isn't much "new" here, as the Gold Edition Razer Phone, which commemorates The Year of the Dog, simply swaps out its silver-trimmed triple-headed snake logo on the back for gold. The other addition is that the Gold Edition Razer Phone ships in a red-sleeved box that is adorned with gold foiling. While Razer is primarily targeting this release at the Chinese market, the company's U.S. store will also carry the smartphone "while supplies last". While... Read more...
The Razer Phone launched back in November and it packed some of the best hardware to be crammed inside a smartphone in recent memory. Razer has now launched a software update for the smartphone that brings some nice new features for owners. The new features might also push some who have been thinking about buying the device off the fence. The update is a big one clocking in at 249MB and brings with its HDR support in Netflix. This feature makes the Razer Phone one of the few smartphones in the world to support Netflix HDR.  The update also brings with it updates for the cameras on the phone... Read more...
Razer has been rolling out some very nice gaming peripherals for years now, and at CES 2018 the company has unveiled a wireless mouse that needs no cord and no battery to operate. The mouse is called the Mamba HyperFlux and it works in conjunction with the Razer Firefly HyperFlux mouse mat. These two products are the first to use the Razer HyperFlux technology that allows the mouse mat to create a magnetic field that transfers power directly to the mouse. This means as long as the mouse mat is plugged in, the wireless and battery-free mouse gets all the juice it needs to operate. Razer says that... Read more...
We've all been there; you are trying to get your game on or work at your computer and it seems as if all the crumbs fly right in the gaps between your keyboard or you spill a drink trying to get a sip in before you respawn. The problem with most keyboards is that once you get them wet or get lots of debris inside, they tend to not work well. Razer has upgraded its BlackWidow Ultimate mechanical keyboard and this version is now water and dust resistant. The BlackWidow Ultimate has an IP54 rating for protecting against water spillage and dust particles. That means you don’t have to sweat the spills... Read more...
The Razer Phone isn’t the only big product release to come out of Razer this week; the company has also taken the wraps off two new peripherals that are targeted at hardcore gamers that need the perfect tool for every occasion. Those devices are the Naga Trinity modular gaming mouse and Razer Tartarus V2 gaming keypad. The Naga Trinity is the latest offering in the long-running Naga family, and is a modular mouse that comes with three interchangeable side plates that add different functionality. In its standard configuration, the side plate features just two buttons for general usage scenarios.... Read more...
The smartphone market is a tough nut to crack. Despite its immense resources and history in the mobile sector, Microsoft tucked its tail between its legs with Windows Mobile 10 and its Lumia hardware. Even Andy Rubin, the father of Android, is finding out how hard it is to compete against the big guys with the Essential Phone. However, gaming hardware company Razer thinks that it might have just the right product to carve out a niche when it comes to smartphones. That device is the Razer Phone. Although Razer has teased the device during the past month, and specs for the device have leaked, the... Read more...
Razer, a company best known for its PC peripherals and gaming laptops, is set to launch its very first smartphone. However, given how rampant leaks are these days regarding unreleased products, we're getting an early look at what Razer will officially announce tomorrow. UK retailer 3G spilled the beans by posting a product listing for the smartphone to its website. Once the retailer realized its error, the listing was pulled. However, it was too late, and many were able to grab screenshots pertaining to the Razer Phone's specs. The phone comes with a 5.72-inch IGZO display with a 120Hz refresh... Read more...
Razer's Blade Stealth gaming notebook is receiving a significant upgrade today, and the boost is coming courtesy of Intel's 8th generation Core processors. In this case, the 13.3-inch notebook is packing the Core i7-8550U, which features 4 physical cores capable of executing 8 threads. The Core i7-8550U has a base frequency of 1.8GHz and can Turbo Boost up to 4GHz. The Blade Stealth adds in 16GB of LPDDR4-2133MHz memory as well to help fuel your multitasking and gaming needs. Since you'll likely be spending most of your time staring at the 13.3-inch display, you'll be glad to know that the Blade... Read more...
Gaming peripheral maker Razer started a teaser campaign yesterday that appears to show a person holding a smartphone. Not long after, a tweet turned up that showed the CEO of the company with what we assume to be that smartphone peeking out of his pocket. We have to wait until November 1 to officially see what Razer is cooking up, but thankfully someone appears to have run the phone through GFXBench giving us a glimpse at what might be hiding inside. The GFXBench results list "Razer Phone" as the device and then gives out what look to be solid specs for a flagship device in 2017. The... Read more...
Either Razer is faking everyone out on the web, or the peripheral maker is getting ready to unveil its very first smartphone in a few weeks. The company teased the latter, both on its website and on Twitter, by posting a picture of young man excitedly holding what appears to be a smartphone, the glow of which splashes onto his neck and lower portion of his face, and on the wall behind him. The images teases fans to watch for Razer calls its "biggest unveiling," which is scheduled for November 1, 2017, just a little less than three weeks from now. If that piques your curiosity, you can input your... Read more...
If you've been considering picking up one of Razer's beautiful Blade Pro notebooks, you're going to be happy that you've waited until just this moment, as the company has released a new Blade Pro notebook, and lowered its starting price at the same time. With the new Blade Pro, users can now dive in at the $2,299.99 price point with a laptop that includes NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060, a 120Hz IPS 1080p panel, and Intel's Core i7-7700HQ. The laptop also includes a 256GB SSD, as well as a 2TB hard drive. Also included is 16GB of DDR4-2400MHz memory. Razer is letting users upgrade certain components... Read more...
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