During the virtual CES 2021, Razer showed off their concept design for a truly immersive gaming system. It combines a haptic-feedback gaming chair with a wrap-around 60″ OLED display that can roll up and stow behind the seat when not in use. The distance between the gamer and the screen seems a bit close for us though.
The latest version of Razer’s powerful but portable gaming machine tops out with an 8-core i7 CPU, NVidia RTX 3080 graphics, and a choice of three 15.6″ screens: a blazing fast 360Hz FHD, 240Hz QHD w/G-Sync, or a super-sharp and accurate 4K. For even more power and a bigger screen, check out the Razer Blade Pro 17.
Razer takes its popular Huntsman gaming keyboard, and shrinks it down to a compact 60% form factor. It has super-fast optical switches in either clicky or sound-dampened versions, programmable RGB backlighting, side-printed secondary functions, and an aluminum case in either black or white.
Razer’s top-of-the-line wireless gaming mouse features an astoundingly precise 20,000 DPI sensor, tracks up to 600 inches per second, and is roughly 25% faster than its competition. It packs 14-zone Chroma RGB lighting, 11 programmable buttons with fast optical switches, a lift-off sensor, and customizable scroll wheel resistance.
Gaming accessory maker Razer is offering a series of licensed Star Wars peripherals, including a Black Widow Lite mechanical keyboard, an Atheris gaming mouse, and an oversized Goliathus mouse/desk pad, each decked out in bold black and white theme inspired by Stormtrooper armor.
Originally an April Fools Day joke, Razer’s toaster for gamers is actually being produced due to popular demand. It has a matte black body, colorful LED illumination like Razer’s gaming systems and peripherals, and toasts the Razer logo. We doubt the multicolored butter will happen.
The 2019 version of the Razer Blade Pro is 25% smaller than its predecessor, rocking a 17.3″ 144Hz 1080p display in a 15″ body. It’s equipped with Intel’s Core i9 CPU and NVIDIA’s 2080 Max-Q GPU. It also has a Thunderbolt 3 USB-C port and upgradeable M.2 and RAM slots.
Razer’s svelte new 27″ gaming monitor has a wide stand, but it’s not just for show – though it does have an RGB LED strip. The stand has CNC-milled slots at the back for cable management, and the display itself tilts up to 90º for easy access to the ports underneath.
Gamers, stop struggling with your router’s settings. Razer’s Sila router is optimized for gaming with its one-click gaming mode. It can also identify connected consoles and let you prioritize traffic to that console. You can also use up to three Sila units as a mesh network.
Razer finally trimmed down the bezels in their previous Blade gaming laptop. The result is a 15.6″ display in the body of a 14″ laptop. The first model available has a 144Hz 1080p display and a GTX 1070 GPU; lower and higher end variants will be available starting 6/2018.
Like Logitech’s PowerPlay mousepad, the Razer Mamba HyperFlux mouse and Firefly HyperFlux mat use magnetic fields to charge the mouse while it’s on the mat. But the Mamba uses a capacitor instead of a battery for less weight. Plus, there are RGB LEDs around its border.
Razer’s Project Linda is a laptop dock for the Razer Phone. It has a 13.3″ 2560×1440 touchscreen, 200GB of storage, a USB-C port, a USB-A port, and a headphone jack. It charges the phone, while the mobile device can act as a second screen or a touchpad.
Razer’s even pricier alternative to the Xbox One Elite Controller. The Wolverine Ultimate has six extra inputs – two remappable bumpers and four triggers – plus a quick control panel. It also has extra thumbsticks and d-pads, and of course Chroma RGB LEDs.
Razer’s ultrabook now comes in two screen sizes: the original 12.5″ and a new 13.3″ screen with thin bezels. It also has a new second color scheme – dark gray with a non-glowing Razer logo on the lid and only a white backlight for its keyboard. It also works with the Razer Core.