Razer Updates The DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse

Razer Updates The DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse

Although Razer has become one of the well known gaming computer companies, they got their start with gaming mice, and today Razer is launching their next iteration of the best selling gaming mouse of all time, the Razer DeathAdder Elite. The DeathAdder series was first introduced in 2006. As an iterative update, there could just be some new lights, or what

Razer Ornata keyboard with world’s first mecha-membrane keyboard

Razer Ornata keyboard with world’s first mecha-membrane keyboard

Razer has announced a new keyboard that introduces a new kind of switch that Razer calls mecha-membrane, a combination of mechanical and membrane key-switches. According to Razer, this switch combines the best of both worlds; you get the soft, cushioned feel of a membrane keyboard with the crisp tactile feedback of a mechanical switch. Razer is also using mid-height keycaps for faster typing experience.

Razer Blade Stealth Review: Razer Takes On The Ultrabook

Razer Blade Stealth Review: Razer Takes On The Ultrabook

Razer has traditionally been a company focused on gaming. In fact, their tagline is “For Gamers. By Gamers.” So when Razer announced at CES that they were building an Ultrabook – a product category whose size and power limitations are typically the antithesis of gaming – it was a bit surprising. Razer decided it was time to branch out into more of the mainstream of PC hardware,

Display and Battery Life in the Razer Blade 14″ 1080p (2015)

Display and Battery Life in the Razer Blade 14″ 1080p (2015)

  A few months ago, we reviewed the Razer Blade 14” (2015) which we found to be a great laptop for those that wanted something thin and light but could still be used as a gaming PC. However, one of the big questions that was left unanswered with that review was whether the 1080p version of the laptop would have advantages in battery life, and whether the display was of the same quality

Razer Forge TV

Razer Forge TV

Razer isn’t afraid to branch out into new territory. Take its sound bar, the Razer Leviathan, for example. It’s essentially a bass-heavy sound bar for gamers who wouldn’t necessarily have ventured into audio equipment. Or consider the Razer Nabu, a smartband built for casual exercise enthusiasts and marketed to the legion of gamers. Or how about the developer-conscious Razer OSVR? The list of new

Razer OSVR Hacker Dev Kit

Razer OSVR Hacker Dev Kit

Razer OSVR HDK with Leap Motion faceplate During GDC 2015, Razer revealed several more partnerships with various companies increasing the size of its OSVR platform. The OSVR Hacker Dev Kit also has a few upgrades here and there including a new HD OLED display for lower latency and higher contrast. The optical mechanics have also been improved for easier adjustments. New faceplates are also now part