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Razer has updated the Blade 14 gaming notebook

Razer has updated its Blade 14 inch gaming notebook for 2015, swapping out the old GTX 870m graphics chip for the new Maxwell based GTX 970m with improved power consumption capabilities. The laptop will also be available with a 1080p screen now as well as the 3200×1800 display introduced last …

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Razer announces Razer Arena competitive gaming software

Razer has revealed its new ‘Razer Arena’ software, which will allow users to automate the process of finding competitive gaming servers and then tracking your progress.  The community will also be able to organize their own competitions and tournaments. First of the software’s functions is automatic match creation and reporting, …

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Razer introduces Nabu X entry level smartband

Razer revealed the Nabu smartband at CES last year and after a lengthy development period, the device finally became available to buy in December last year. Now at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, the company has introduced its entry level smartband, the Nabu X- costing just $19.99. Well, the price …

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Razer announces new open-source virtual reality platform and headset

Razer has announced a new open-source virtual reality platform, ‘OSVR’, alongside an OSVR virtual reality development kit headset. Razer is attempting to standardize the virtual reality platform with this new open-source approach, which will be supported by many companies currently working with the technology. The OSVR headset will allow programmers …

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Razer Edition NZXT H440 case arrives in the UK

The Razer edition of the highly popular NZXT H440 case has finally arrived in the UK, featuring a matte-black finish, a large window and the green Razer logo on the front and on the power supply cover. The case will come with four fans pre-installed for optimal cooling and a …

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Razer announces Leviathan 5.1 Surround Soundbar

Razer has officially announced its latest product, the Leviathan, a 5.1 Surround Soundbar featuring two 2.5 Inch drivers, two 0.74 Inch tweeters and a separate subwoofer unit. The Leviathan will take input from analog and digital optical sources such as consoles, blu-ray players, set top boxes as well as PCs. …

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Razer Nabu close to release following FCC certification

The Razer Nabu smartband is nearing release as the wearable has received FCC approval, suggesting that US residents may soon be able to grab Razer’s bluetooth wearable. The Nabu was announced at CES earlier this year alongside an ambitious modular PC prototype called Project Christine. The Nabu won several CES …

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Razer is now valued at over $1 billion

Razer, the US based high-end gaming peripherals company famous for its mice, keyboards, headsets and line of super thin laptops, recently closed a round of funding with Intel on at least a $1 billion valuation. This information has been made public via a leaked staff memo, which was passed on …

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Razer reveals ‘Razer Cortex’ software

Razer is re-branding its Game Booster software and giving it price comparison capabilities. Razer Cortex will compare prices from reputable digital game outlets, such as Steam, Green Man Gaming, GOG and Gamers Gate to show you the cheapest price available. In addition, the software’s ‘game booster’ section will allow you …

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Razer Nabu could release in October

A new report from DigiTimes is suggesting that we could see Razer’s Nabu smartband release in October. The wearable gadget was first revealed at CES earlier this year, since then, the company has sent out prototype models to developers and 500 beta testers in order to perfect the product before …

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Razer to license its case designs to third-party case manufacturers

Razer is probably among the most creative companies in the world of high-quality hardware for enthusiasts and gamers. The company has made numerous innovations and is clearly very respected by its customers. However, given the relatively limited resources of Razer, it is impossible to address every possible market segment, which …

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Razer Nabu goes in to limited beta

Razer revealed the Nabu smartband at CES earlier this year and since then more than 10,000 potential developers have signed up to test and create apps for the device. However, Razer wants to open up the testing to some of its best fans and as a result, 500 Nabu smartbands …

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Somebody please help Razer make Project Christine

Razer has always been known for pushing the boundaries of peripherals, by gunning for high end optical and laser sensors and coating their creations in beautifully soft rubber, but when it comes to reinventing the wheel that is the desktop, nobody wants to help it out. But somebody should, because …

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Razer launches its new 14in Blade gaming laptop

Razer has just launched the second generation of the world’s thinnest gaming laptop but now it also has the highest resolution of any gaming laptop, quadrupling the pixels from 1600×900 all the way up to 3200×1800. In total, the new 14 Inch Razer Blade sports 5.76 million pixels with a …

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Razer redefines gaming keyboards with new mechanical switches

Razer, a leading maker of PC peripherals designed for gamers, has introduced its new BlackWidow-series keyboards that use the all-new mechanical switches which were designed specifically for gamers. Keyboards with mechanical switches have a number of advantages over mainstream keyboards that use dome switches or buckling spring switches since they …

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Razer smartband already has 10,000 devlopers signed up

Ten thousand developers signed up to make apps for Razer’s upcoming smartband, ‘Nabu’, just 24 hours after it was unveiled at CES last month. Razer is taking a detour from its usual line of gaming peripherals and laptops to create its own piece of wearable tech, it’s not just developers …

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Razer responds to Naga mouse DRM problems

Razer Naga

You might think that when you spend over £50 on a mouse, that you’ll be getting something a bit special. It usually gives you extra features like more buttons, higher build quality and often some impressive backend software to play with. Not in the case of Razer Naga owners, who …

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