This past weekend, Razer announced multiple new products during RazerCon 2020. Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan took the stage to introduce what Razer has been working to over 1M concurrent viewers, totalling over 250000 hours viewed and generating 175M impressions over social networks. Some new product include cases, a gaming chair, a microphone, a headset, motherboards, the refreshed Razer Blade Stealth 13, and even a plush for a greater cause.
Starting with the cases, Razer has introduced the Tomahawk ATX and the Tomahawk Mini-ITX. Both come with tempered glass side panels on both sides to showcase the system and the cable management at the same time. These panels open like a door to the rear of the case, allowing builders to easily access the interior of it. These cases also use a full black metal frame and a black front panel with Razer’s logo on it. The bottom of the Tomahawk cases features Razer Chroma RGB lighting that can be synchronised through Razer Synapse 3. The ATX case supports a 360mm radiator on the front and up to 2x 140mm fans on the top. Additionally, both cases feature an integrated cable management system to simplify the process and reduce the cable clutter inside the system. The Tomahawk M1 Gaming Chassis ITX is available now for $179.99/€199.99, while the Tomahawk A1 Gaming Chassis ATX will be available only on Fall 2020 for $199.99/€229.99. You can check these cases HERE.
Regarding the Razer Iskur gaming chair, some of its highlights are the “one-of-a-kind external lumbar support system”, high-density foam cushioning featuring a snake scale design, and sleek multi-layered synthetic leather. Designed with ergonomics at its core, the unique lumbar support system offers “26 degrees of customisation” to improve the user’s posture. This system was also designed to reduce aches and strains in the back, especially in mid and lower areas. The 4D armrest system is also customisable, while the memory foam neck pillow gives you additional support for the upper areas of the user’s back. The black synthetic leather is detailed with green stitching and the headrest features the iconic Razer logo. Along the seat, there’s Razer motto “For Gamers. By Gamers.” printed. The Razer Iskur is available now for pre-order priced at $499.99/€499.99. You can check it HERE.
Razer’s new microphone is the Seiren Mini. Available in Black, Mercury (White), and Quartz (Pink), the new Seiren Mini was created to offer a stylish and small USB microphone with “pro-grade sound”. The Seiren Mini uses a super-cardioid pickup pattern to reduce ambient noise and features a 14mm condenser capsule for a detailed and precise sound. This microphone comes with a built-in shock mount and a tilting stand. The Seiren Mini is available now for $49.99/€59.99. You can learn more about it HERE.
The Razer Kraken BT Kitty is based on the fan-favourite headset, but this time in a wireless form. Featuring Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and 40mm drivers, the Kraken BT Kitty has up to 50 hours of battery life. There’s also a built-in microphone with beamforming technology to reduce ambient noise and record the user’s voice more accurately. Available in Quartz Pink with Mercury White earcups and headband padding, this headset also features RGB lighting that reacts to notifications and apps. The Razer Kraken BT Kitty headset is available now for $99.99/€109.99. You can check this headset HERE.
Razer has also announced its first motherboards, which will be based on AMD B550 and X570 chipset. Razer has partnered with ASRock to redesign its Taichi motherboards, adding Chroma RGB support, allowing users to synchronise it through Razer Synapse 3. Besides the new motherboards, Razer also stated that the Razer Chroma Connect program now comprises over 50 third-party hardware partners, over 500 devices, and over 150 games and applications, creating the “world’s largest RGB lighting ecosystem”.
For last, Razer showed the Sneki Snek, Razer’s new official gaming mascot, which will be available as a plush. Additionally, the company partnered with Conservation International, an organisation focused on empowering societies to responsibly and sustainably care for nature and humanity, to save at least 100,000 trees. In order to achieve this, Razer will contribute for every Sneki Snek plush sold. The Sneki Snek plush is available now for $29.99/€34.99. You can learn more about Razer’s partnership with Conservation International HERE and buy the Sneki Snek plush HERE.
KitGuru says: Out of all these products, which one are you most excited for? Were you expecting to see a Razer motherboard during RazerCon 2020?