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It was a close shave, but it didn’t make it past the development stage.
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When you think of PC gaming peripherals, especially input devices, then there’s one name that people will almost always think of immediately; Razer.
There’s no doubt that the Razer Ouroboros is one of the best gaming mice available on the market at the moment. The ability to switch between wireless and wired modes, the inclusion of the Synapse software and all the modding options mean that this mouse should be seriously considered by tournament players and hardcore PC gamers in general.
Razer have a penchant for making devices and peripherals you just love to use. Join us as we take a look at the latest incarnation of the BlackWidow Ultimate Keyboard.
On first glance it looks like any other tablet, until BOOM the keyboard makes an appearance. Then you can throw it under a HDTV and play on the big screen. It even comes with controllers that fit either side making it a mobile steam box, of sorts.
Razer’s new Sabertooth Xbox 360/PC controller is an opulent pad designed for the Pro gamers out there, but is it worth the high price?
The latest in Razer’s industry leading mouse range seeks to please gamers of both the right and left handed persuasion, while keeping things simple and the price reasonable. How does it fare?
If you want to get technical about it, the Razer Blackwidow uses Cherry MX Blue Switches, which the keyboard geeks among us will know is the best type of switch to use when it comes to tactile feedback. You just can’t beat the feeling of typing on a proper mechanical keyboard, where every key-press results in a satisfying ‘click’.
Razer have unveiled the sleek new Razer Blade; the “world’s first true gaming laptop” (ahem!). The first thing that hit us was how sleek and beautiful that aluminium chassis looked, and yes, how strikingly similar it looked to a Macbook air/pro (we know you were thinking it too).