Portal 2 played using Razer’s new PC motion-sensing game controller, the Hydra. The level shown is from the Sixense Motion Pack DLC, which is only playable with the Hydra. More videos here.
A special edition of the popular MMO-oriented mouse, it’s still the Naga you know and love – 17 programmable keys, 5600dpi sensor, MMO-specific apps etc. – but with awesome lava light effects.
Razer finally gives a hand to southpaws with a left-handed version of the DeathAdder after releasing the RH version last fall; it features the same 3.5G IR sensor at the same price.
Get two tracking surfaces in one with Razer’s Vespula Mouse Mat; it’a dual-sided pad with a smooth finish on one side for speed and a textured finish on the other for control.
Razer slices into the console market with the Onza and Chimaera, both for Xbox 360; the former is a controller with adjustable analog sticks while the latter is a 5.1 circumaural headset.
Razer’s Imperator mouse placates finicky fingers by mounting two side buttons on a slider for a custom grip; it also features a 5600 dpi laser sensor, 200 IPS, and 1ms response rate.
It’s a bit pricey at $50, but Razer’s Abyssus is a great no-frills gaming mouse: you’ll get a 3500 dpi infrared sensor with DPI and polling rate toggling, 3 buttons, and 1 ms response time.
It’s a modest update, but fans of Razer’s venerable DeathAdder gaming mouse should be pleased: it packs a 3500dpi 3.5G IR sensor w/ 1ms response time and tangle-free braided cable.
Part keyboard, part mouse, Razer’s Naga is designed for MMO games including WoW and Warhammer; it features 17 programmable keys, a 5600 dpi laser sensor and 1ms response time.
Razer drops a two-fer with the Orochi and Kabuto; the former is a bluetooth gaming mouse with 4000 dpi laser sensor, while the latter is an ultra-thin 1.2 mm microfiber mousepad.
Created for gamers, Razer’s Moray+ in-ear headphones pack an omnidirectional mic; they also includes adapters for the PSP/DS/DSi, thick no-tangle cables and swappable ear-buds.
Razer’s Sphex is the world’s thinnest mousepad–so thin that they’re calling it a “desktop skin” that is optical and laser mouse-friendly; an adhesive bottom keeps it firmly in place.
Though virtually the same as Razer’s premium Megalodon in terms of headphone and mic specs, the Carcharias halves the price by leaving out the virtual 7.1 channel surround sound.
New from the gaming mouse fanatics over at Razer: the Mamba features a 5.6k DPI 3.5G laser sensor, 1 ms polling rates, 2.4GHz wireless tech and a detachable seven foot cord.
New to Razer’s 1ms response time gaming keyboards: the Lycosa Mirror is a glossy version of their backlit Lycosa, while the Arctosa loses the backlighting but is more affordable.
Razer’s Megalodon headset sounds like a dino because of its ginormous features: 7.1 channel surround sound, fine-grain sound tweaking, 200 mW output and cushions throughout.
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