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Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Adds Spill Protection

I'm a simple man. I like simple things, like keyboards that go 'clack' and don't have any bells and whistles. The latest Razer Blackwidow Ultimate mechanical keyboard does one of those things and includes a new feature that I never realised I wanted: spill protection. Read More >>

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This Is the Best Gaming Controller You Can Buy

I resisted the urge to fling the controller across the room as I tried, once again, to beat the first damn level of Cuphead. I’d been making my attempts using what is currently one of the best PC game controllers to date, the Microsoft Xbox One Elite. But it wasn’t happening. Then I switched over to Razer’s ridiculously-named Wolverine Ultimate. The buttons on the Razer controller seemed to have the same response time, but they also had a nice snap to them and were so much more pleasant to press. I finally beat the level. Read More >>

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The Razer Phone is Available to Pre-Order, Exclusive to Three

Razer unveiled its very first smartphone to the world earlier this week, and if you decided it's the kind of phone you need in your life there's some good news. The phone is available to pre-order now, but you'll have to go to Three to get it for now. Read More >>

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The Razer Phone is Here, But is it For Real?

As the folks at Razer would tell it, the plan was always to make a phone. No one at Razer was quite sure what that phone would look like, or precisely how it would be a “gamer” phone—Razer’s peripherals and laptops are built primarily for gamers—but the phone was a distant dream. Now it’s a distinct reality, and at £699, the new gaming-focused Razer Phone could even be a solid alternative for people tired of slick glass backed OLED phones like the iPhone X and Galaxy S8. Read More >>

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Looks Like UK Retailer 3G Has Leaked the Razer Phone

Razer is a company best known for making fancy PC peripherals, and has more recently delved into the world of making actual PCs for gamers with lots of money. Well it's also making a smartphone, and the details appear to have been leaked by UK retailer 3G. Read More >>

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Razer Is Making a Mobile Gaming Device, For Real This Time

Is it a phone? Or maybe a tablet with removable gamepads kind of like a Nintendo Switch? No one really knows, but Razer has been rumoured to be working on a mobile gaming gaming device for quite some time now, and according to a new interview between CNBC and Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, it seems like that might actually happen. Read More >>

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Razer’s Giant Laptop Gets a Much Cheaper Version

Affordability and Razer are not, typically, words that go together. The PC peripheral company has developed a reputation in the last few years for making sharp looking laptops that are ultra thin and ultra pricey for the guts inside of them. But the new 1080p Razer Blade Pro, at £1,800, is positively reasonable. No one else is making a giant laptop that is this thin and powerful at that price. Read More >>

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RIP, Nextbit Robin cloud-based smartphone

Nextbit, maker of the Robin cloud-based smartphone, has announced that it's "joining the Razer family" - in other words, its staff and assets have been acquired by the gaming hardware company. A post announcing the move explains that "Nextbit will operate as an independent division inside Razer, focused on unique mobile design and experiences." Read More >>

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All the Coolest Tech From CES 2017

Heading into CES 2017, we had a good idea as to some of the big trends we’d see. And we weren’t totally wrong — Amazon’s Alexa assistant was baked into gadgets everywhere, even in cars! But looking back at all of our coverage, there was plenty we had no idea about. This is the best stuff we saw at CES 2o17. Read More >>

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Someone Stole Sweet Prototypes From Razer’s CES Booth

Razer had some of the coolest tech of CES in 2017. First there was the enormous 17-inch 12K laptop with three screens and enough LEDs to light a small runway. Then there was the sleek alien-looking projector that expanded a game’s image well beyond the edges of the TV screen. We were impressed with these prototypes. So were some thieves, who stole at least two prototype samples from Razer’s booth during the show. Read More >>

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Razer Crammed Three 4K Displays Into One Insane Gaming Laptop

You know what the laptop needed to make it better? It doesn’t need better battery life or to be lighter or thinner. It needs three goddamn 4K displays strapped onto one device. At least that is what Razer thinks, and having played with its new concept device, Project Valerie, I’ve got to say, I’m down with having a laptop that’s thick as a brick so long as it has three 17.3-inch monitors built in. That’s a lot of pixels. Read More >>

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Razer Has a Gaming Problem

Razer has a gaming problem. That might be confusing to hear if you just know the company for its excellent keyboards and mice. Razer is a company built for gamers by gamers, and it has a well-deserved reputation for making great products for its core audience. Some of its products are so good, in fact, that they should be used by way more than just gamers. Read More >>

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Here is a Very Bad Tweet by Razer

Earlier today, Razer, a very prominent gaming company, sent out a tweet. That was the company’s first mistake, but then it went and topped itself. Congratulations, Razer! It is a truly momentous day. Read More >>

reviews
The New Razer Stealth Is a Great Laptop Disguised as a Gaming PC

I’d customised the brightly lit keyboard of the Razer Stealth with all the meticulousness of a gamer, but I hadn’t just customised it for games. When it opened up Photoshop, the most mundane of apps, and the entire keyboard was a rainbow of coloured keys. The Heal key was green, the Move key was blue, and the Crop key was red. Read More >>

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Razer ManO’War Review: Virtual 7.1 Headset is Ready for Battle

Our PC monitors now curve around the edges of our desks, graphics cards can push enough pixels to give a true sense of photorealism, and virtual reality goggles can put you right inside the action. For that truly transportive gaming experience, it’s now more important than ever then to have sound up to scratch with the visuals. And while it may be a bit of a stretch for most to kit a study out with surround sound speakers, Razer’s simulated 7.1 set-up in its ManO’War gaming headset is about as good as it gets. Read More >>