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Enjoy virtual surround sound with $20 off the Razer Electra V2 headset

Gaming sounds on any platform. The Razer Electra V2 7.1 surround sound gaming headset is down to $ 39.99 on Amazon. This headset normally sells for around $ 60, and this drop is close to the lowest price we’ve ever seen. It hasn’t dropped this low since last December. The … Continue reading

How to update Razer Phone to Android 8.1 Oreo official?

How to update Razer Phone to Android 8.1 Oreo official? Razer Phone is the company’s first Android smartphone targeted towards mobile gaming community. Razer acquired the popular startup company Nextbit, which gained quite some popularity last year. Now, with the exceptional hardware, built quality, and software support from the development … Continue reading

Razer Panthera

What is the Razer Panthera? Razer Panthera: Fully Mod-Capable – Sanwa Joystick and Buttons – Internal Storage Compartment – Tournament Arcade Stick for PS4 and PC The Razer Panthera is a PS4 fight stick for players wanting to take their brawling to the next level. Built with the competitive gamer … Continue reading

Razer launches a special 2018 Gold Edition Razer Phone

Razer launched its first smartphone at the tail-end of last year which showcased the company’s familiar green-on-black logo on the back of the handset. Now, to celebrate the Year of the Dog on the Chinese calendar and the Spring Festival, Razer has launched a brand new “2018 Gold Edition” of … Continue reading

Razer may be considering building a phone for gamers

Razer is no stranger to smartphones, having bought Nextbit earlier this year. Now reports are saying the company might be building a phone specifically for gamers. The company already has mobile apps for its services like Cortex as well as a wearable device, so a phone isn’t a stretch. We don’t know … Continue reading

Razer Blade Pro (2016) review: Now this is how you do a ‘Pro’ laptop

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Razer Blade Pro (2016) review: Now this is how you do a ‘Pro’ laptop Despite its premium price, the Blade Pro has arguably been Razer’s weakest laptop ever since 2014. That’s the year the 14-inch Blade (no surname) received a massive performance upgrade, bumping up to an Nvidia GTX 870M … Continue reading