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Razer Turret now available for gaming from the comfort of your couch

By Daniel Perez, Apr 19, 2016 8:46am PDT

The Razer Turret looks to deliver desktop-quality gaming peripherals to the living room.

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"i use a serfpad tv tray already. i hate it when companies force you to buy their stuff. you ..."

- mannequinskywalker see all 40 comments

Razer BlackWidow X Chroma Review: Killer Bite

By Daniel Perez, Apr 15, 2016 10:05am PDT

The Razer BlackWidow X Chroma has a vicious bite, but it also has a pretty side. Our review.

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"I haven't checked out the K95 RGB, but seeing an image of it makes me think that might be too ..."

- Daniel_Perez see all 4 comments

Razer announces its 7.1 wireless gaming headset, ManO'War, is releasing on April 17

By Daniel Perez, Apr 14, 2016 9:27am PDT

Razer's new PC wireless gaming headset, the ManO'War, features up to 20 hours of battery life, 16.8 million color support, and more.

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Razer Blade 2016 refresh offers improved CPU, graphics memory, and more

By Daniel Perez, Mar 15, 2016 6:58am PDT

The new Razer Blade is much faster and thinner than previous versions.

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CES 2016: Razer Blade Stealth is an ultra-slim gaming ultrabook with a catch

By Daniel Perez, Jan 07, 2016 8:24am PST

That catch being you'll need its Razer Core external graphics enclosure to get the most of it.

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"haha what the hell. kinda the opposite of the point to have to haul around a big extra box around."

- RogerDandy see all 4 comments

Razer acquires Android microconsole Ouya

By Daniel Perez, Jul 27, 2015 8:36am PDT

Ouya has been sold to Razer, according to Ouya's founder Julie Ohrman.

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"I'm talking about ERyu, he has a great crouching medium kick."

- snot3353 see all 19 comments

GDC 2015 – From Vive to Project Morpheus - The Virtual Reality Roundup

By Josh Hawkins, Mar 06, 2015 3:00pm PST

We bring all the VR news from GDC into one handy place.

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"Not really. They are still working on the Rift, but the main thing they covered during GDC was ..."

- Joshua Hawkins see all 3 comments

Razer Blade features improved specs starting today

By Daniel Perez, Feb 03, 2015 10:00am PST

Razer has updated is 14-inch gaming laptop to feature a better GPU, CPU, and memory starting as low as $1,999.99.

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"If you scale 1080p to 4K, it looks like junk, right? If so, 4K in laptops is pretty dumb for ..."

- zolointo see all 5 comments

Opinion: Powerful Tablets Can Mean an End for Gaming PCs

By Steven Wong, Jan 09, 2015 9:00am PST

With tablets and other mobile devices becoming ever more powerful, is the age of PC gaming desktops and notebooks coming to an end?

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"HIGHLY doubtful. If anything, there will just be space for all. Perhaps it will be a ..."

- rtricoche see all 65 comments

Hands-on with Razer's CES 2015 lineup

By Ozzie Mejia, Jan 08, 2015 12:00pm PST

Razer is diving into VR and microconsoles with this year's CES lineup. Shacknews got to check some of it out during this week's show.

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Razer Leviathan Sound Bar offers lots of versatility for $200 this November

By Daniel Perez, Oct 28, 2014 9:05am PDT

Razer announced its Leviathan Sound Bar today which is able to be used in a number of ways to deliver 5.1 surround sound at either your desk, living room or anywhere else you may want it.

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Razer micro-console will operate on Android TV and focus on gaming

By Ozzie Mejia, Jun 25, 2014 2:30pm PDT

Google's I/O 2014 Keynote took place earlier today and the company announced Android TV, a new version of its OS specifically for televisions that will run on specific hardware devices. One of the first manufacturers to jump aboard this idea is Razer, who has revealed an And...

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"I'm assuming their focus on 'hardcore' gaming is going to be Steam Home Streaming functionality. ..."

- squigiliwams see all 3 comments

Project Christine ambitions blocked by lack of OEM support

By Andrew Yoon, Mar 24, 2014 11:45am PDT

Project Christine is one of the most exciting announcements from CES this year. Razer created a prototype for a fully modular PC that would allow users to easily and quickly swap components, including hard drives, GPUs, etc. Unfortunately, Christine may never be more than ju...

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"You pay someone to put it together for you. You could probably convince someone to do the job ..."

- Peanut Fox see all 24 comments

Razer proposes PC upgrade subscription service for Project Christine

By Andrew Yoon, Jan 09, 2014 5:00pm PST

"Instead of having to pay thousands of dollars in a single shot, there could be a standard subscription fee and you could have always, at any point of time, the best possible PC."

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"I'm not as cynical as everyone else on this thing. $45/mo would be a sweet spot, I'd buy."

- phreakshow see all 22 comments

Razer envisions plug 'n play PC upgrades with Project Christine

By Andrew Yoon, Jan 07, 2014 10:10pm PST

One of the coolest things we've seen at CES this year was Razer's "Project Christine." Razer wants to make a modular gaming PC, one that fully embodies the idea of plug 'n play.

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"I think Razer as a company has lost its way, and is desperately searching for a disruptive ..."

- the archvile see all 9 comments