News tagged: Razer
Razer's 12.5-inch Ultrabook was launched in January this year and with the release of Intel's 7th generation Core processors, the company has decided to make some changes to the laptop. This is the first major specifications bump since the launch of Blade Stealth.
Preorders for the $400 HDK 2 virtual reality headset are now being accepted by Razer and OSVR, which was created through a partnership between Razer and Sensics. Early orders come with a free copy of Descent: Underground and Radial G: Racing Revolved.
Apple iPad Pro can be used for many tasks and having a keyboard for it looks to be a good solution. There are various keyboards for the tablet, including the Smart Keyboard from Apple that costs $169. If you want one of the best keyboard out there, then check Razer's new keyboard
Razer has unveiled a new and potentially worthwhile virtual reality headset that'll be out in July for $400. The Hacker Development Kit (HDK) 2 has an OLED dual-display and a resolution of 2160x1200. The platform is open, allowing other companies to make controllers.
Manufacturers want to make notebooks as thin as possible and yet keep the performance level as close to the desktop PCs as possible. The biggest problem is to cool down the components and lately we are starting to see more external GPU docks, which could be a great solution.
Over the weekend, as promised, Razer has opened its very own walk-in stores in North America, precisely in San Francisco. With this new store, the company has now a total of four stores around the world, including Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines.
Popular gaming company Razer continues opening retail stores across the world. Recently, the company opened retail stores in the Philippines and Thailand, and now it plans to open its first in the United States and will be located at Westfield San Francisco Centre.
The very popular gaming equipment maker Razer might be considering making its own smartphone or tablet according to the latest job listing. Lately, the company has started offering its own laptops, tablets, wearables and game consoles, so a smartphone could be in the works.
Razer has introduced a game streaming device, the Ripsaw, that is meant to make streaming from PCs and consoles easier. The Ripsaw capture card rips uncompressed footage from your system in 1080p at 60 FPS and supports software like OBS and XSplit out of the box.
When Razer announced its first external GPU case called Razer Core, many people probably wondered if it would work with other laptops. Well, lucky for you, the answer is yes. The Razer Core is now confirmed to work with any laptop that supports the external GPU standard.
Razer has just announced that its Razer Core will begin shipping next month. It is currently available for pre-order, priced at $499, which is quite high considering you have to purchase discrete graphics card that also is somewhere around $500 for decent gaming.
Razer has launched a new version of its 14-inch Blade laptop that comes with upgraded specs and a lower price point for its high-end configuration. The Blade begins at $1,999 for a 256 GB model and moves to $2,199 for 512 GB. Both models come with a Core i7 processor.
Razer has released its own game streaming software for PCs, allowing you to send your gameplay to YouTube Live, Twitch, and other game streaming platforms. With a free account, you can use Razer Cortex: Gamecaster to stream your game at 720p and 30fps.
Razer is selling all of its PC and gaming accessories at half-price for a period of 24 hours. The sale is going to begin at 6 p.m. PST on January 14 and it will run into the following day. All of the discounts apply to things like mice and keyboards, not laptops.
Razer is a no stranger to wearables, but it has announced a completely new smartwatch, which looks quite impressive. Dubbed the Razer Nabu Watch, the smartwatch comes in two versions - standard and Forged Edition, and both models feature unique dual screen system.
Razer's Blade lineup of gaming notebooks has just got a new member, but unlike previous members, the new addition features rather a compact design. Instead of designing 15-inches and bigger gaming notebook, Razer has decided to develop a gaming Ultrabook.
During the DreamHack Winter 2015 event in Sweden, Lenovo and Razer have announced that they will work together to bring new gaming PCs. The first product that will be released as a part of collaboration is the Razer Edition of the Lenovo Y Series gaming desktop.
Most virtual reality devices are not available to the public, so Razer is ahead of some companies in offering a headset to consumers. Preorders are now being accepted for the company's Open Source Hacker Development Kit 1.3. Razer previously made 10,000 units available.
Razer has announced a new customizable controller for the Xbox One at PAX. The Wildcat costs $150 and it was developed using input from professional gamers. Razer was able to reduce the weight of the controller by 25% and the Wildcat features four buttons that can be remapped.
Razer has acquired Ouya's software assets in an all-cash deal and developers from Ouya are going to help with Razer's Android TV products. The hardware side of Ouya, which has struggled the most, was not part of Razer's buyout of the company. Ouya employees will move to Razer.