Razer's first foray into the wearable computing market
Gaming peripheral maker Razer has proven on more than one occasion that it isn't afraid to step out of its comfort zone and try its hand at different types of products. This time the company is trying its wrist. Meet the Razer Nabu, a smart band device that "fits technology seamlessly into your daily life." It does this by communicating with your smartphone, but it's far from a one trick pony.
Have you heard the story about Forgetful Fred? The poor sap married Ingrid the Impatient, a terrible match for his forgetfulness. They were both computer enthusiasts, so when Black Friday and Cyber Monday came around, they went into a clicking frenzy and stocked up on parts left and right. When the parts arrived, Fred realized he had forgotten to order a power supply, and being the impatient type, Ingrid encouraged him to use a generic PSU they had lying around in the basement. "Hey, this thing's light as a feather!," Fred bragged. Had he done his research (or remembered what happened the last time he chose a cheap PSU), he would have known that weight is sometimes an indication of quality, and lighter PSUs tend to be junk. "Just install it already," Ingrid demanded. Fred did as she said and together they pieced the rest of the system. As Fred went to flip a coin to see who would have the honor of turning it on, Ingrid the Impatient flipped the switch and to both their horror, there was a loud pop followed by a billow of smoke. Not only the did the PSU go belly up, so did the motherboard and CPU. Don't follow in Fred or Ingrid footsteps. The PSU is every bit as important as any other component, and if you're looking for a good one, check out today's top deal for an Antec TruePower Classic Series 750W Power Supply for $90 with free shipping (normally $140; additional $30 mail-in-rebate). Antec's PSU is 80 Plus Gold certified, and lest something does go wrong, it's backed by a 5-year warranty.
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Razer isn’t usually associated with audiophile-quality headphones. Most Razer products are clad in an array of gamer-friendly green and black. The California-based company is trying to break into the premium headphone space with its new top-of-the-line headphones: the Razer Kraken Forged Edition.
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Fun fact: StarCraft II set a record for fastest-selling strategy game of all time by moving 1.5 million copies in two days. The number of copies sold would double to 3 million by the end of its first month of availability. The spawned an expansion pack and third-party periperhals, such as today's top deal for a Razer Spectre StarCraft II Heart of the Swarm Gaming Mouse for $25 with free shipping (normally $50 - use coupon code 1105GAMES31). What the Spectre briings to the tablet are button force adjustments, APM lighting system, 1000Hz ultrapolling, and a customized look.
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If you're reading this, it means you're taking a break from Battlefield 4 and are probably anxious to get back to it. Before you do, take a moment to assess your gaming peripherals. Are they up to the task? If not, check out today's top deal for a Battlefield 4 Razer Taipan Ambidextrous Mouse for $70 with free shipping (normall $90 - use coupon code EMCWXVL23. Both left- and right-handed gamers are sure to appreciate the 8400 DPI 4G dual-senor system and nine buttons.
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It's a funny thing, once you get used to playing on a tablet, you may find yourself naturally wanting to tap your laptop in certain scenarios. If your laptop looks back at you dumbfounded, perhaps it's time to retire it in favor of a current generation Ultrabook with speedy parts and a receptive touchscreen. It just so happens that today's top deal is for an 14-inch Asus VivoBook for $669 with free shipping. In addition to touch navigation (and Windows 8, of course), it has an Intel Core i5 3337U processor, 6GB of RAM, 500GB HDD + 24GB SSD, and 1 year of accidental damage protection.
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School might be back in session, but let's not kid ourselves, there's still plenty of time in the week to play games. Are your peripherals up to the task? If not, we've got you covered, starting with today's top deal for a Razer DeathStalker Ultimate Elite Gaming Keyboard for $210 with free shipping (normally $260 - use coupon code LABORDAY76). The highlight of this plank is its 4.05-inch touchscreen with Razer's SwitchBlade user interface.
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In need of a new audio headset? Razer's Kraken is back, this time in the form of a 7.1 surround sound USB headset for gamers with an advanced virtual surround sound engine that the company claims is capable of ultra-low latency audio processing simulating a 360-degree surround sound experience normally only achievable with multiple positional speaker drivers in each cup.