MMO players, this is the gaming mouse you're looking for.
Serious gaming in an Ultrabook form factor has finally arrived: meet Razer's 14-inch Blade laptop.
Razer's unusual Project Fiona tablet concept is back with a new name, faster guts and a few welcome tweaks to make it more portable.
Mad Catz isn't the only one with a sick new gaming keyboard. Hardcore PC peripheral maker Razer announced at Gamescom its new DeathStalker Ultimate gaming keyboard that boasts the Switchblade's adaptive keypad buttons and 4.05-inch touchscreen trackpad.
Summer's in high gear and you know what that means? Yep, it's time to turn up the AC and catch up on all those games you've been neglecting because you've been so busy hitting the books. Razer's kicking off the summer with a new gaming mouse that's built for hands of all sizes; big and small, righties and lefties.
It's becoming a Razer tradition to announce crazy concept products at trade shows. Last CES, the PC hardware maker revealed the dinner tray-like Project Fiona PC tablet. This E3, it's no different: Razer is introducing the Artemis, a monstrous custom controller built exclusively for MechWarrior Online.
If you were hoping to get one of those hot and powerful Razer Blade laptops before Christmas, we've got bad news for you: it's delayed. Delayed at the eleventh hour because the company is swapping out the default 320GB hard drive with a 256GB solid-state drive.
Designing gaming hardware is hard. The end-product can swing both ways — either pleasing fans, or ticking them all off. Razer's plan is to build the best Xbox 360 arcade fighting stick on the planet and it's recruiting everyday gamers like you and I, to help with the design process.
There's a certain finesse to designing PC gaming equipment. Whether it's the neon glow from all the LED lights, chunky weight or boxy frame — you can immediately tell when a desktop rig or laptop is built specifically for gaming. Razer's beastly Blade takes all the Alienwares, Maingears and XPS laptops out there and raises the bar, not just in terms of raw power, but with features like 10 adaptive and programmable keypad buttons (a design carried over from the Switchblade) and a multitouch LCD trackpad that doubles as an separate screen. Borrowing a page from Apple's minimalistic MacBook Pro laptops, Razer's managed to make an all matte 17.3-inch laptop with a 1080p resolution that combines gorgeous design, portability and uber power in a chassis less than one inch thick and weighs under seven pounds. Who said PC gaming was dead?
Wow, what a difference four months can make. First shown off at CES in January, Razer's portable Switchblade gaming PC device is no longer just a working prototype concept. Razer's partnering with Chinese Internet company Tencent to bring the portable gaming beast to China.