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Razer shoots for lag-free wireless audio with Man O’ War headset

The Man O’ War is the latest headset from Razer, aiming to provide completely lag-free wireless audio using the company’s own gaming grade lag-free 2.4 GHz wireless technology. The headset promises precise audio reproduction thanks the high-performance 50mm Neodymium magnet drivers as well as 7.1 virtual surround sound. The headset …

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Razer launches Ripsaw gaming capture device

Streaming and gameplay recording has grown increasingly popular over the years and while this is fairly straight forward to do on the PC, capturing console footage can be a bit trickier. However, Razer believes it has the solution and is throwing its hat into the capture card ring with the …

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Razer has just launched the new Blade Gaming Laptop

Razer has consistently impressed over the last few years with its 14-inch gaming notebook known as the Razer Blade and today, it has refreshed the laptop with new specifications. The new Razer Blade gets bumped up to Intel’s latest Skylake Intel Core i7-6700HQ quad-core processor, it also gets a bump …

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Razer Wildcat Gamepad Review

The Xbox One controller is a fantastic product, having taken the best parts of the 360 gamepad while improving key  areas – but is there room for further tweaks? Today we are taking a look at Razer’s spin on the Xbox One controller in the form of the Razer Wildcat, offering …

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Razer releases Cortex: Gamecaster streaming/recording tool

Razer is looking to make it easier for you to stream or record gameplay footage with Cortex: Gamecaster, its new lightweight software that allows for game and audio capture with a sleek, unobtrusive user interface. Using Cortex: Gamecaster, users can stream to Twitch, YouTube Gaming or even lesser known sites …

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AMD looking to standardize external GPUs

It looks like AMD may be looking into the development of external graphics cards with hopes on standardizing the technology. External GPUs have been floating around for a while though quite a few PC makers like Alienware, Razer and MSI have jumped on board with their own external GPU solutions …

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Microsoft patents modular PC design with stackable components

Microsoft appears to be experimenting with how we build and upgrade computers as the company has patented a new modular PC design, which would be upgraded by ‘stackable’ components. Microsoft is describing this as a “modular computing device” and the patent actually dates quite far back, with it being applied …

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The Razer Blade gaming laptop is now available Europe

Razer has become quite well known for its Blade gaming laptop over the years, which has garnered plenty of critical praise with each new generation. After several years on the US market, Razer is finally ready to expand things further to Europe. The Razer Blade gaming laptop is finally available to …

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Lenovo and Razer partner up for new gaming desktops

Razer first revealed its intention to break in to the desktop gaming PC market at CES 2014, with its modular PC concept. However, that project didn’t quite pan out and has since been dropped. Now, Razer is doing something a little more traditional, by partnering up with Lenovo to bring …

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The Razer Blade laptop is finally coming to Europe

It has been a few years since Razer first announced its gaming laptop, the Razer Blade. It quickly became a success and spawned two models, the Razer Blade 14 and the Razer Blade Pro, which uses a 17 inch screen. However, the laptop had been difficult to get in the …

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The Open-Source VR headset is being upgraded

The open source virtual reality initiative has been floating around for a while now. The OSVR headset has been backed by plenty of companies, included Razer and in October, the development kit is set to receive some pretty big upgrades. The new OSVR headset will launch next month, featuring a …

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Razer is bringing back the Diamondback mouse

Back in 2004, Razer found great success with its mouse, known as the Diamondback. The peripheral maker released two more iterations in 2005 and 2007 but since then, the line has been retired. Until now that is, as Razer is bringing back the Diamondback, complete with Chroma lighting and Synapse …

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Razer’s Android gamepad is now available

Razer continues its step in to the world of Android gaming with the Razer Serval, the peripheral maker’s new controller for smartphone games. The controller looks similar to Razer’s Xbox controllers in many ways, which isn’t a bad thing, if there is one thing Razer really excels at, it’s appealing …

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Razer to honour Ouya Free the Games funding commitments

Although the Android Ouya console failed to make the splash its developers hoped, one aspect of its platform did impress a lot of indies: its Free the Game promotion. With it, Ouya promised to match whatever developers were able to raise on Kickstarter from a million dollar fund. The plan …

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Razer buys Ouya’s software, storefront – drops hardware

Ouya is a great example that a successful Kickstarter campaign does not necessarily lead to a successful product. Despite its little Android console offering a decent game library, small form factor hardware and an innovative store-front, it just didn’t take off. Now though it will have a chance to live …

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Ouya is now officially part of Razer

Back in June, investment bank, Mesa Global, put a listing on its site that said Ouya had in-fact been acquired by Razer. However, neither Razer or Ouya has acknowledged this or issues a confirmation until today. Ouya is now officially a part of Razer. Why was Razer interested in acquiring …

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Razer has announced the new Razer Mamba gaming mouse

Back in 2012, Razer updated the Mamba, its wireless gaming mouse, which is still going strong today. However, that was three years ago and technology is constantly evolving, so today, Razer has revealed two forms of ‘the new Mamba’, the most advanced gaming mouse possible today. At E3, Razer revealed a …

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It looks like Razer went ahead and bought Ouya

Update: Last week, we got wind of rumours suggesting that Razer might be interested in buying out Ouya, the company behind the Kickstarted Android console that failed to garner commercial success. Now, it seems that Razer may have taken the plunge and quietly acquired the struggling device maker. At this present …

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Apparently Razer might buy Ouya

A short while back, we got news that OUYA was looking to be acquired in one last effort to save itself from sinking entirely. Now, according to new reports, apparently Razer is in talks to buy out the company, with a deal currently being discussed, although nothing is finalized just …

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Razer now sells a Chroma mouse pad

Razer has launched a new mouse pad, although this one is a little different, breaking tradition with glowing LEDs. The mouse pad’s official name is ‘The Firefly’ and it uses the same lighting technology as the other Chroma peripherals. The RGB craze has been catching on heavily ever since Corsair …

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