MSI didn't get the memo that gaming laptops are supposed to be thick and heavy. The company's GS70 is anything but, wielding an Intel Core i7 4700HQ processor, 16GB of RAM, a pair of 128GB SSDs in Super RAID, 1TB hard drive, and Nvidia GeForce GTX 765M graphics in a frame that measures less than in inch at its thinnest point and weighs just over 5 pounds. The MSI GS70 2OD-002US laptop is also today's top deal -- it's yours for $1,900 with shipping for $14.99 (Free LG monitor with purchase, limited offer).
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If Tom & Jerry taught us anything, it's that a fast and intelligent mouse usually means the difference between winning and losing. That's a lesson that shouldn't be lost on PC gamers, and if you need a new mouse, take a look at today's top deal for a Tt eSports Theron Black Wired rodent for gamers for $45 with free shipping (normally $70 - use coupon code 0730BTS14). It has a 5600 dpi sensor, on-the-fly senstivity adjustments, saved profiles, and more.
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Razer isn't the least bit bashful to point out that its Naga mouse is the best selling MMO gaming rodent of all time, but rather than rest on its laurels, the peripheral maker decided to the tweak the design. The newest version of the Naga mouse now sports mechanical switches for increased tactility, speed, and actuation assurance, while each button on the thumb grid stands out more pronounced than previous generation models to allow for blind-finding, Razer says.
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Gaming peripheral maker Razer wants to hammer your head with its new family of Hammerhead in-ear headsets made from aircraft-grade aluminum. They come in two versions, the Razer Hammerhead and Hammerhead Pro, both with 9mm neodymium drivers, advanced passive noise isolation, and interchangeable ear-tips with bi-flanges. The Pro model adds an omni-directional microphone with an in-line remote for phone-call control.
With both Intel’s Haswell and Nvidia’s new 700M-series components shrinking and sipping less power, the super-portable, 14-inch, gaming laptop revolution is about to begin. Leading the charge is Razer with its ultra-sleek new Razer Blade gaming notebook, which is a smaller take on the 17-inch version (since rebranded as Razer Blade Pro) we reviewed in our Holiday issue.
Most people know Razer as a player in the gaming peripheral market, or at least that's how the company's traditionally been viewed. However, Razer's been venturing past the point of peripherals and into actual gaming devices, including the Blade, which it claims is the world's thinnest gaming laptop. We were fairly impressed with last year's Blade, awarding it an 8/10 verdict in our formal review. While at E3, Online Managing Editor Jimmy Thang had a chance to sit down with Razer CEO Min-Lian Tan to discuss its new Haswell-based Blade in detail.
Min-Liang Tan likes to think he builds a Macbook for the Windows gaming community.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has a history of being somewhat outspoken, and in a recent interview with The Verge he didn’t pull any punches when it came to the fumbles of his competitors. "We don't think the PC is dying. Rather, what's killing the PC industry isn't the PC itself, but PC makers.” Tan claims his company’s two year old lineup of Blade laptops is a shining example of the types of innovative products HP and Dell aren’t producing.
Some lucky gamers in the U.K. received a massive discount on Razer peripherals.
Razer today issued a statement via email in regards to a leaked 90 percent off coupon code for its U.K. portal that went viral, resulting in thousands of orders being placed in the span of just a couple of hours. This wasn't an authorized or approved coupon code, but one that was generated by a third party in order to test the site's shopping cart. Even so, Razer said it will honor the discounted orders that were placed.