Razer has once again teamed up with Counter Logic Gaming (CGL) to release a custom version of an existing Razer peripheral. You may recall that late last year, Razer launched a limited edition CLG version of its DeathAdder mouse in the team's iconic black and white colors. This time, Razer and CGL took the BlackWidow Ultimate Stealth keyboard and gave it a makeover to match.
If you feel that more color is needed in your life, then Razer has you covered. Razer has announces a new Chroma feature that enables Razer devices to access full-spectrum, color-customizable lighting.
One of the (many) things Google announced during its opening keynote yesterday at its I/O developer event was Android TV, which is somewhat of an evolution of Google TV. This time around, however, there will be a much bigger focus on gaming, so it's no surprise that Razer already has something up its sleeve. That something is a micro console that Razer plans to release in the fall.
Boutique builder Origin PC is hoping to attract a bit of extra business this summer by kicking off its 4th of July promotion. In short, if you purchase a Genesis, Millennium, or Chronos desktop or EON laptop, you'll receive free U.S. ground shipping, plus the choice of a single peripheral from Razer. You can choose between an Origin PC Edition Razer BlackWidow keyboard, Origin PC Edition Razer Taipan Mouse with a Goliathus mousemat, or a Razer Kraken Pro headset.
Razer's cutting it up at E3 with plenty of product announcements
You would expect a gaming peripheral maker like Razer to be hyper active during this time of year, and you'd be right. Razer announced a handful of new products during E3, including a new PC case design licensing program and the Nabu Smart Band, which is now shipping to developers. Maximum PC Online Editor Jimmy Thang met up with Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan to talk about these products and more.
NZXT will be the first to offer a case "Designed by Razer"
You'll find a wide assortment of gaming and audio peripherals if you sift through Razer's catalog of products. Keyboards, mice, headsets, controllers, and even full-blown gaming systems are among the products bearing Razer's label. What you won't find are any Razer brand cases, though that's about to change. Razer just launched a PC case design licensing program in which it will work with select third-party chassis makers to produce and sell Razer branded enclosures.
The 3K gaming laptop is but the latest Razer product to get delayed in recent times
Unsheathed in March as the world’s thinnest and highest-res 14-inch gaming laptop, the New Razer Blade was expected to begin shipping in mid-April but even many of those who pre-ordered the 3K notebook on the very first day have yet to receive it. Now, the Razer Blade family is no stranger to delays, with the original Blade laptop also getting beset by a similarly frustrating delay. As he had done back then, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan once again took to Facebook this past Friday to apologize from the very bottom of his heart.
Meet the world's first green mechanical switch keyboard
Hardcore gamers and MMO players alike will be pleased to know that Razer has been paying attention to what gamers expect from their keyboards. In response, Razer has designed and engineered the world's first mechanical green switch keyboard that is aimed at producing high levels of actuation for gamers seeking first blood. We got our hands Razer's top-of-the-line Black Widow Ultimate Gaming Keyboard and decided to do a little unboxing video for you guys and gals.
Careful not to get Cheetos smudges all over this rodent
Long gone are the days of ugly beige boxes and other eyesores from an era gone by. Today you have an assortment of styles and colorized options for your case and peripherals, and if you really want to, you can color coordinate your setup. We bring this up because Razer dropped us a line to let us know its Taipan mouse for gamers is now available in a white color option.
Razer has been having difficulty convincing original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to support its modular PC concept. However, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has stated that the company is still working on Project Christine.