Razer’s prev-gen. Blade Stealth 13 falls to new all-time low at $1,300 (Save $400)

Amazon currently offers the previous-generation Razer Blade Stealth 13 Gaming Laptop i7 1.3GHz/16GB/512GB for $1,299.99 shipped. Usually fetching $1,700, today’s offer is good for a $400 discount, beats our previous mention by $100, and marks a new Amazon all-time low. Perfect for gaming from the couch or away from the battlestation, Razer’s now previous-generation Blade Stealth 13 is powered by a 10th Generation i7 processor with a 512GB SSD and 16GB of RAM to complete the package. There’s also a CNC alumium build, 120Hz refresh rate display, and GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q graphics, as well as Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Rated 4.5/5 stars and check out our review of the previous-generation models for more insight.

Razer’s Opus Headphones deliver ANC, gaming features, more at $150 (Save 25%)

Amazon offers the Razer Opus Active Noise Cancelling Headphones for $149.99 shipped. While you’d usually pay $200, today’s offer amounts to 25% in savings, comes within $10 of the all-time low, and is the second-best we’ve seen to date. Razer’s Opus Headphones are just as ideal for everyday listening as they are for more immersive gaming experiences. Alongside active noise cancellation, you’ll also enjoy THX-certified audio, 25-hour battery life, and Bluetooth connectivity. Rated 4.3/5 stars from over 335 customers and you can check out how they perform in our hands-on review.

Razer’s Hammerhead True Wireless Gaming Earbuds fall to $64 (Save 36%)

Amazon offers the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Gaming Earbuds for $64.06 shipped. Down from the usual $100 going rate, you’re saving 36% here with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $6 and marking a new all-time low. Razer’s Hammerhead Earbuds stand out from other true wireless models on the market with the same gaming emphasis you’ll find across the rest of the brand’s lineup. Geared towards elevating Genshin Impact gaming sessions and more while on-the-go, standout features include 60ms latency, 13mm drivers, and IPX4 water-resistance. Over 3,000 customers have left a 4.2/5 star rating and you can get a more in-depth look in our hands-on review.

Take your gaming on-the-go with Razer’s Kishi Android mobile controller at a low of $58

Update 2/19 @ 1:55 PM: Amazon is now offering the Razer Kishi Mobile Game Controller Grip for Android Smartphones at $58.25 shipped.

Amazon is currently offering the Razer Kishi Mobile Game Controller Grip for Android Smartphones at $66.16 shipped. Generally fetching $80, today’s deal saves $14 and beats our last mention by $1, marking a new all-time low that we’ve tracked. Mobile gaming is on the rise, and while touchscreens work decently for some genres, others benefit from a controller much more. It delivers clickable analog thumbsticks for “great accuracy and tactile feedback.” This can really help your aim go to new heights on mobile. Plus, there’s a D-pad for extra inputs. Using USB-C to connect to your Android smartphone, it doesn’t require external power and is compatible with Microsoft’s xCloud, Google Stadia, and many other platforms. Rated 4.5/5 stars and you can learn more in our announcement coverage.

Razer’s new Huntsman V2 Analog keyboard brings a ‘new dimension of input’ to your PC

Earlier today, Razer announced its latest RGB-filled Thunderbolt 4 dock. Well, now, we’re taking a look at the company’s latest keyboard: the Huntsman V2 Analog. This unique keyboard features a ‘fully adjustable’ and ‘set dual-step actuation’ for the ‘finest degree of gaming control.’ What does that mean? Well, keep reading and you’ll find out if this is the next keyboard you should buy.

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Razer debuts RGB-laden Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma, pre-order now

Today, Razer is expanding its collection of battlestation peripherals with a pair of new USB-C and Thunderbolt 4-enabled accessories. Entering with a hearty about of RGB lighting in tow, the new Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma has been announced alongside its Stand Chroma V2 to turn your laptop into a full-fledged desktop gaming machine. Head below for a closer look at the new unveils as well as all of the pre-order details.

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All-new Razer Naga X gaming mouse packs 16 programmable buttons into an 85-gram body

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While Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 have arguably stolen the show for gaming over the last few months, PC gamers have every reason to double down on their investment. This is because outside of storage, consoles cannot be upgraded. Internals will pale in comparison as PC gamers tend to always have something new to trick out their battlestation with. The latest example of this is Razer Naga X. This RGB-enabled mouse boasts 16 programmable buttons that far outpaces the capabilities often found with consoles. Continue reading to learn more.

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Razer concept imagines gaming chair with deployable 60-inch display, 4D armrests, more

Despite the launch of PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, the PC gaming arena shows no signs of letting up. Tons of companies have invested in PC gaming peripherals, with even Amazon attempting to cash in. More capable desk, monitor, and chair releases continue to surface alongside even more unique accessories like Hachi’s touchscreen projector. Bearing all this in mind, Razer came into CES 2021 with a bunch of exciting new gear, including Razer Project Brooklyn. This concept gaming chair includes a 60-inch OLED display, modular armrests, and more.

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Razer’s Blade 15 + Blade Pro 17 now offer RTX 30-series GPUs, 360Hz displays, more

Earlier today, we talked about the new mask from Razer, as well as the company’s new Project Brooklyn gaming chair. Well, now we’re diving deeper into the updated Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17, which will now feature NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-series graphics cards. What other updates are being made to the company’s high-end gaming laptop platforms? Keep reading to find out.

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Razer brings RGB lighting to its voice-amplifying N95 face mask concept

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Today, Razer is cluing gamers and tech enthusiasts alike in to its latest concept products, as the brand has a history of doing each year at CES. This time around, we’re getting a first look at a pair of potential releases headlined by a high-tech N95 mask imbued with RGB and other Razer flair as well as a state-of-the-art gaming chair featuring a wrap-around screen and haptic feedback. Head below for a closer look at both of the Razer concepts, including its RGB face mask

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Razer unveils two Xbox Series X headsets alongside 13.4-inch laptop with ‘thinnest bezels’

With the debut of Xbox Series S/X just around the corner, now is a great time to stock up on all the accessories you might need. Thankfully, Razer has taken the wraps off Kaira and Kaira Pro. These new Xbox Series X headsets can boast connectivity options like AUX, Xbox Wireless, and Bluetooth 5.0. And that’s not all; Razer Book 13 has also been unveiled with the “world’s thinnest 13.4-inch display bezels,” a wide variety of I/O, all-day battery life, and the list goes on. Continue reading to learn more.

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Razer teams up with Visa for new light-up Apple Card competitor

Today, we are getting our first look at the new Razer Card. Following Apple’s lead with Apple Card and Apple Pay, the new card will work in combination with Razer’s e-wallet app known as Razer Pay. While it doesn’t provide RBG lighting to fit in with the rest of your multi-colored Chroma cave, the new light-up Razer Card does glow green when it gets tapped and is now in beta mode ahead of what will hopefully be a worldwide release. Hit the jump for additional details.

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Razer Cynosa V2 debuts with cable management, per-key RGB, Xbox support, more

While there is a massive number of keyboard choices to review when shopping for a new one, some brands definitely stand out. Razer is among them, and it has a fresh offering that’s caught our attention. It is dubbed Razer Cynosa V2 and boasts everything from individually lit RGB keys to macro support for more advanced control. The company even addresses spill concerns with a design that resists liquid so you can keep playing as if nothing happened. It also happens to work with Xbox, making it great for your PC or Microsoft console. Continue reading to learn more.

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Razer Gigantus V2: Hands-on with all sizes from M to 3XL [Video]

While the might be overlooked often, having a mousepad that fits your playstyle can be very beneficial. We recently featured an overside mousepad from Glorious PC Gaming in our favorite WFH accessories, but today Razer has announced its latest cloth and rubber creation, the Gigantus V2. With sizes ranging from M to the desk-sized 3XL, there’s sure to be a size that fits your playstyle and setup. Head below to see them in action.

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Razer’s all-new Blade Pro 17 offers a 1080p 300Hz or 4K 120Hz display, more

Razer is changing the game again by refreshing its Razer Blade Pro 17 lineup of laptops, offering up to 300Hz refresh rate displays, NVIDIA SUPER graphics cards, and up to Intel’s 8-core i7 processors. However, what really sets this laptop apart is the 4K 120Hz option for creators who want both high resolution and high frame rate. You’ll be able to get the i7-10875H processor and the NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER, giving you plenty of power on the go.

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Razer Opus Review: THX-certified wireless ANC headphones for $200 [Video]

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Razer has branded itself around recognizably loud gaming gear. Usually dawning black and bright green color schemes with equally bright RGB, the three-headed snake is easily recognizable in the gaming world. In today’s latest release, though, the Razer Opus foregoes the bright green color and even the iconic snake logo for a more subdued wireless headphone. With ANC, 25-hour battery life, and THX-certified sound, Razer has packed a ton of features into the $200 price tag. Head below to watch the video and check it out.

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Razer introduces refreshed Blade Stealth 13 with new 120Hz display, more

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Today, Razer is announcing the latest addition to its stable of portable gaming machines, a new and improved Blade Stealth 13 Laptop. With a tweaked design and refreshed internals, gamers will now be able to enjoy improved NVIDIA graphics alongside a 120Hz display, a lighter build, and overall better performance. Head below for a closer look at the new unveil, alongside details on pricing and availability.

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Razer brings Pikachu stylings and Pokéball charging case to latest earbuds

With as prevalent as new true wireless earbuds are, it’s pretty difficult to standout from the pack. Razer’s latest pair of headphones shouldn’t have any issues catching your attention, with a partnership from The Pokémon Company to thank. Sporting a new Pikachu design, the earbuds are completed by a Pokéball-themed charging case and other features inspired by the game. Head below for a closer look at the new Razer Pokémon Earbuds.

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DeathAdder V2 and Basilisk V2: Hands-on with Razer’s latest mice [Video]

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Razer has been coming out with a ton of new technology for mice. We started seeing it in the Viper, and the Basilisk Ultimate, but now Razer has brought new life to two of it’s most popular mice with the $70 DeathAdder V2 and the $80 Basilisk V2. These wired variants sport Razer’s top of the line sensor, the 20,000 dpi Focus+ and Razer optical switches. Head below to see more in our hands-on video.

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Razer revamps the DeathAdder with optical switches, onboard memory, and more

Razer is a household favorite around 9to5, and the release of the DeathAdder V2 hasn’t gone unnoticed. The DeathAdder is one of Razer’s most iconic mice from years gone by, and it’s finally getting an upgrade. The Razer DeathAdder V2 will sport the Focus+ Optical Sensor, Optical mouse Switches and the Speedflex cable, making it an essential component in any gamer’s arsenal. Keep reading to learn more.

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Razer’s Tomahawk is the “first truly modular desktop system” with Intel NUC

Razer is one of the biggest names when it comes to PC gaming these days, offering high-end laptops, peripherals, and more. The company is making waves at CES 2020, now offering the “first truly modular desktop system utilizing the new ultra-compact Razer Tomahawk N1 chassis.” If you’re in the market for an ultra-compact desktop with the power of a full-sized setup, this could be the answer.

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Razer intros Kishi gaming controllers for iPhone and Android at CES 2020

Razer has detailed a handful of new products at CES 2020, including its Kishi universal mobile gaming controllers designed for iPhone, Android, and more. The latest from Razer delivers compatibility through USB-C and Lightning-enabled controllers that are designed to improve your mobile gaming experience with dedicated thumbsticks, buttons, and more. Head below for additional details.

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Basilisk Ultimate and X Hyperspeed Review: The latest tech from Razer [Video]

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Razer’s latest additions to their line-up of popular mice are wireless variants of the FPS focused Basilisk. The Basilisk X Hyperspeed features wireless functionality with a long battery life while the Basilisk Ultimate packs all of Razer’s latest tech along with Chroma and a charging dock into an ergonomic gaming mouse. Head below for more details on the latest from Razer.

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Razer’s latest wireless mice pack up to 450 hours of battery + more from $60

Razer just announced two brand-new gaming mice that are sure to bring your Call of Duty Modern Warfare K/D ratio up…Ok, well, maybe they’re not /that good (at least, not for me). But, these two new mice from Razer bring some unique and awesome features to the table. The Razer Basilisk Ultimate comes with the same Focus+ 20K DPI Optical Sensor that the Viper Ultimate ships with along with several other great features, like being entirely wireless. The Basilisk X HyperSpeed, on the other hand, packs both Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless, six programmable buttons, and more.

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Hands-on with the beautiful Razer Blade Stealth 13 Mercury White [Video]

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Razer’s line of Blade laptop have been becoming more and more powerful without sacrificing their small and clean design. The new Razer Blade Stealth 13 can be spec’d out with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, or you can opt for a different color scheme like this Mercury White edition. Either way you still get the 0.6-inch height and clean lines. Check out the video below for more.

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Raptor is Razer’s first monitor and it features WQHD, 144Hz, USB-C, more

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When it comes to PC gaming, every peripheral counts. But upgrading to a high-performance monitor is a solid investment that’s bound to make a substantial difference. When it comes to gaming brands, Razer is well known, but has yet to delve into the monitor-manufacturing space. That officially changes today with a new Razer monitor hitting the scene.

Dubbed Raptor, Razer’s new monitor is a 27-inch display with a WQHD resolution. It features a wide array of connectivity options including USB-C, HDMI, DisplayPort, and more. Even with a WQHD resolution, Razer Raptor delivers a smooth 144Hz refresh rate.

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Hands-on: Razer Blade Stealth (2019) offers desktop power in a compact package

Razer is best known as a gaming company, but its products have more extensive use than that. Over the past few years, the company’s Windows laptops have proved not just some of the best gaming laptops, but also some of the best devices for content creators. Lately, I’ve been using the new Razer Blade Stealth (2019) – a 13-inch laptop with a powerful GPU inside, and I’ve got a few thoughts to share.

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New Razer Blade 15 Advanced unveiled with improved keyboard, more

Razer has today unveiled a new version of its popular Blade 15 Advanced gaming laptop with a few new features. While Razer just announced a refreshed model back at the beginning of 2019, today’s announcement delivers a notable upgrade on the keyboard. This change gives what Razer is calling “the world’s first optical laptop switch,” which they say delivers some of the best performance out there of any keyboard. In 2019, where we’re continually dealing with poor keyboards like Apple’s much-maligned butterfly keys, today’s release has particularly caught our eye. Head below for full details on the Razer Blade 15 Advanced with its refreshed keyboard design and more.

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Razer’s Huntsman TE gaming keyboard offers all-new Linear Optical Switches

Razer has been my personal go-to when it comes to gaming peripherals for many years. The company recently brought its optical technology to the Viper mouse, providing “triple your [normal] actuation speed”. Today, Razer announced the Huntsman Tournament Edition compact gaming keyboard. This new keyboard also sports ultra-fast light-activated Optical Switches. This brings the best feature of the Huntsman Elite to a more compact, tournament-style keyboard, with one slight improvement. The Huntsman Tournament Edition features an all-new type of switch that’s even faster than before, dubbed the Razer Linear Optical Switch.

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New Razer Arctech cases keep Apple’s latest iPhones cool while gaming

Razer is a company that’s heavily-focused on gaming. It makes PCs, peripherals, and even a 120Hz smartphone, all of which are designed to provide a top-tier gaming experience. Despite this, the company is smart enough to know there are loads of mobile gamers that use an iPhone. For this reason, the company is unleashing two Razer Arctech iPhone cases that feature designs and materials made to reduce operating temperatures of both Apple’s current and just announced smartphones.

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Razer launches the “world’s first gaming ultrabook” with new Blade Stealth 13

Razer, a fan favorite at 9to5, just announced a new gaming laptop at IFA 2019. I’ve always been a huge fan of the Blade Stealth, and I even owned one for a bit (before I succumbed to Apple’s woos and picked up a MacBook Pro again). However, the new model is even more enticing than it used to be. Razer’s New Blade Stealth 13 is the “world’s first gaming ultrabook”, as it sports Intel’s 10th generation Core i7 processors, 16GB RAM, and NVIDIA’s GTX 1650 4GB graphics card. That’s right, there’s a dedicated graphics card in Razer’s ultrabook. Keep reading to learn more.

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Razer Turret Review: Taking the Chroma Cave to your couch [Video]

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Razer’s new Turret wireless mechanical keyboard and mouse Xbox combo seeks to make couch gaming even more convenient. It’s marketed directly at the Xbox One but also works perfectly well on Windows. With a built-in extendable mouse pad, long battery life and single USB dongle, the Turret makes it easy to game from the couch. Check out the video below.

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Razer’s Viper mouse has optical switches that “triple your actuation speed”

Razer, a 9to5Toys favorite, just introduced its latest mouse: the Razer Viper. This mouse packs a feature that nothing else on the market does yet, optical switches. Yes, optical mice have been around for a while, but until now, the laser was only used for tracking. Now, Razer has brought optics to the actual mouse click, giving you “up to triple your current actuation speed”. That’s not the only trick that the Razer Viper has up its sleeve, however, so keep reading to find out more.

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Razer Mercury Edition Quick Look: White gear for your battlestation [Video]

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We all know that Razer makes some incredible computers and gaming peripherals. Usually their gear is blacked out with bright green accents, but they have been known to switch it up with some special editions every now and then. In their latest color edition, Razer has gone Mercury White. This clean and stylish line of peripherals doesn’t include every product they make, but it is a nice array that can get you a complete setup all the way from the Razer Blade laptop to the Goliathus Extended Chroma Mousepad. Check out the video below.

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Razer’s Kraken X is an affordable 7.1-Ch. headset built for all-day gaming

Razer’s Kraken headset has long been a go-to for intense gaming sessions. Offering high-quality audio, comfort, and a great microphone, the Kraken has it all. But, today, Razer announced the Kraken X, a budget-friendly headset designed for “all-day” gaming. Offering 7.1-Channel surround sound, cooling-gel cushions, and a retractable cardioid microphone, this headset will become a staple of many gaming battle stations.

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Razer’s new 2019 Mercury Collection has upgraded peripherals for your entire gaming battlestation

Razer is among the best when it comes to gaming peripherals. From keyboards and mice to higher-end headsets and gaming mousepads, Razer has it all. The new Razer Mercury Collection includes upgraded mice, mousepads, keyboards, headsets, and more. Offering a matte white, silver, and grey finish, this line of computer gaming peripherals is a must-have for minimalist setups.

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May the 4th be with your battlestations, Razer announces Stormtrooper Edition peripherals

Tomorrow is May the 4th, and while it might be a normal day for some, many regard this as basically ‘national Star Wars day’. Many will begin to utter “May the 4th be with you” tomorrow (me included), and Razer is helping you celebrate with brand-new Star Wars Stormtrooper Edition Peripherals.

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Razer unleashes gaming laptops w/ Intel’s latest chips, 240Hz displays, 4K, and more

If you’re a gamer, you know that performance on PC is vastly superior to what the latest and greatest consoles have to offer. Most would agree this is largely due to price constraints, but here’s to hoping the PlayStation 5 pushes boundaries and can be somewhat competitive with gaming portables like the all-new Razer Blade 15 and 17 Pro.

Announced earlier today, the Razer Blade 15 sports Intel’s latest 9th Generation i7 six-core processor with Advanced models offering a mind-blowing either 240Hz Full HD or 4K OLED touch displays. Improvements to the Razer Blade Pro 17 include a smaller chassis, Intel’s latest six-core processors, and much more.

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Razer announces the Ripsaw HD capture card to further take over the gaming space

Razer is making waves in just about every area of gaming they can. Not only does the peripheral company now make much more than just mice, but now they’re getting into streaming. Razer has introduced the Razer Ripsaw HD capture card with 4K60 passthrough and the ability to stream 1080p60. This desktop accessory aims to take down the industry standard Elgato.

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Razer debuts new gaming lineup aimed squarely at thrifty consumers

Razer has been developing gaming peripherals for going on two decades now. Its products have become loved and well-respected by consumers and have also pushed the envelope when it comes to what’s available in the industry.

Up to this point, the only real caveat to shopping Razer has been that its products can be somewhat costly. With the release of this new Razer gaming lineup, the company attempting to reach customers that have been put off by high prices. At launch, the new Razer gaming lineup consists of three products that include a keyboard, mouse, and headset.

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Razer announces the first wireless keyboard and mouse for Xbox One, pre-order now for $250

Update 12/19 @ 12:30 PM: Microsoft has launched pre-orders for the Razer Turret for Xbox One at $249.99 shipped. Orders are expected to ship by 3/31/2019.

There are just some games where a keyboard and mouse are more accurate than a controller. The one thing I miss the most when gaming on my Xbox One or PlayStation 4 is using a keyboard and mouse. Well, Microsoft announced a few months ago that support would eventually come to the Xbox, and Razer just announced its first wireless keyboard and mouse for Xbox One in partnership with Microsoft.

Razer has made some of the best peripherals for PC gaming for as long as I can remember. They’re a go-to company for people who want quality, features, and affordable prices.

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The new Razer Blade Stealth brings an updated design, powerful specs, and more to the table

I owned an early 2018 Razer Blade Stealth for quite a few months before making my journey back to macOS. It was a fantastic computer, but I just missed macOS too much to stay on it. The hardware was great, it was fast, and the screen was beautiful. But, the overall design was not really updated, and there were no dedicated graphics. Despite packing Intel’s latest, the machine simply felt dated.

Fast forward to today: Razer just announced an updated Blade Stealth. This update brings a “near bezel-less display”, better battery life, and now offers dedicated NVIDIA GeForce graphics for more power. Oh, and the only other grip I had was resolved: Razer now includes Windows Hello natively. Keep reading to learn more.

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Razer unveils Raiju Mobile gaming controller w/ 23-hour battery life & Hair Trigger Mode

With blockbuster releases like Fortnite hitting the App Store and Google Play, mobile gaming is bigger than ever. Sometimes it is hard to believe that we live in a world where the powerful smartphones in our pockets are capable of providing the level of immersive experiences that just a decade ago was only possible by large, dedicated pieces of hardware. With Razer Phone 2 pre-orders kicking off at 12:01AM PST morning, it is clear that we can expect the future of gaming on mobile to only get better from here. If that is not enough, Razer announced yesterday that it is releasing its own mobile gaming controller, called Raiju Mobile, that is made to work with flagship Android phones.

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Razer announces its latest product to upgrade your gaming experience and it’s…a router?

Razer has become a household name when it comes to PC gaming. From keyboards and mice to gaming laptops, phones, and eGPUs, I thought Razer was in just about every category it wanted to be in. But,recently it announced that it was entering the Wi-Fi game with the Razor Sila wireless router.

You’ll get a slim build on Sila, and this router prioritizes applications so your online game is never interrupted. There are multiple new technologies used here, and some are proprietary engines build by Razer itself. The Razor Sila Wireless Router is designed to give you reliable and high-performance networking for gaming, but what all does it do that normal routers don’t provide? Keep reading to find out more.

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Razer’s high-end 2.1-Ch. Nommo Pro speakers sport Bluetooth, THX-certification, more

Razer has been expanding into new categories lately, with one of the latest being its Nommo speaker line. We reviewed the Nommo Chroma earlier this year and absolutely loved them, but today the Nommo Pro launched and are available for purchase.

The Nommo Pro speakers are similar to Nommo Chroma, but with quite a few extra bells and whistles. You’ll find THX-certification, an added subwoofer, and more on the higher-end Nommo Pro, but is this the speaker set you need? Keep reading to find out more.

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Razer releases the Huntsman & Huntsman Elite keyboards w/ Opto-Mechanical switches, more

Razer is becoming one of the larger gaming peripheral brands, and also gaming computer brands, on the market. With its recent upgrading of the Razer Blade 15, the company has poised itself to dominate the PC gaming market in 2018.

I have long used Razer gaming peripherals for price, quality, and feature set. Razer Synapse, the company’s computer-based controller software for its peripherals, is one of the better programs on the market when it comes to configuring RGB, macro, and other keyboard, mice, and peripheral features. Razer today announced its latest keyboard line, which is the first Opto-Mechanical offering, dubbed the Huntsman and Huntsman Elite.

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Microsoft and Razer bringing mouse/keyboard support to Xbox, could arrive this year

Bringing full mouse and keyboard support to Microsoft’s home console has been a contentious topic for a while now among gamers and industry analysts. While there are already some games that allow for it (basically just Minecraft), new information in conjunction with leaked documents point at a major partnership between Xbox and Razor that is already in the works. Redmond has been teasing complete seamless mouse and keyboard support on Xbox One for what feels like years at this point, and it looks like it might finally be on the way.

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Razer updates its Blade laptop with a new screen, better specs, refreshed design

When it comes to gaming accessories or computers, Razer is normally high up on the list. One of the first companies to introduce the eGPU (and with its recently-released model becoming more affordable), Razer is normally at the forefront of gaming engineering when it comes to computers.

The Razer Blade has seen a few updates throughout the years, but never really any huge “upgrades” – until now, that is. The gaming company finally gave one of the best laptops on the market a worthy upgrade with a bigger screen, better look, and a trend I’m loving a larger trackpad.

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