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To go along with its freshly-announced Razer Blade 14 – the first AMD-based gaming laptop the company has made – Razer also announced that it’s getting into the business of making Gallium Nitride (GaN) chargers. Dubbed simply the Razer USB-C GaN Charger, this new charger comes with a surprising amount of functionality and portability. The only downside, it seems, is … Continue reading
Razer has a new gaming monitor that serious gamers will appreciate. The display is called the Raptor 27, and it’s been updated to be faster than ever with up to 165-hertz refresh rate, and its THX Certified for visual clarity. Razer says it’s the first THX-certified 27-inch QHD IPS monitor with a 165-hertz refresh rate and optional VESA mounting adapter. … Continue reading
The first time we heard about Razer’s Project Hazel N95 respirator was in January of this year, when the pandemic was raging around the world. While some parts of the world are still fighting the pandemic, the pandemic is easing in the US and other countries. Despite that we seem to be on the tail end of the coronavirus pandemic, … Continue reading
Although it may be best known for its PC gaming accessories, Razer has also long played in the mainstream PC market, particularly with its Blade line of gaming laptops. For years, however, its different models have had one thing in common other than the brand. They were all powered by Intel processors. Perhaps much to Intel’s disappointment, Razer is breaking … Continue reading
The gaming company's whizzy mask that wowed CES is real, and it will ship later this year. You can try it out in AR on Instagram now.
The new Razer Blade 14 isn't just thin and light, but it also packs the most powerful laptop hardware on the market today.
Razer says its new Blade 14 is the most powerful 14-inch laptop ever made, featuring both the Nvidia RTX 3080 and an AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX.
Razer is updating its Raptor 27 monitor with a faster, THX-certified panel for even better gaming performance.
Chalk up another win for AMD's Ryzen 9 5900HX CPU.
Razer had a few announcements timed for E3 2021, including its new Razer Blade 14 with AMD’s Ryzen 9 processors, and an updated Raptor 27 gaming monitor along with a 130W GaN charger. We weren’t expecting to hear about anything else, but Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan announced that its Project Hazel mask will actually go on sale, starting early in the fourth quarter of this year.
Tan said that Hazel will be released in “drops” exclusively on its website, with the first coming in that fourth quarter timeframe.
A slide from Razer’s E3 2021 presentation announcing the launch plan.
Alongside that availability announcement, Tan also shared some changes coming to the mask since it was first shown in January....
Here’s the Razer Blade 14. | Razer
After months of rumors and speculation, many gamers’ dreams have finally come true. Today, Razer has announced the new Razer Blade 14, which is powered by AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 5900HX. It’s the first Razer Blade to include an AMD processor, and it’s available for purchase now on Razer’s website starting at $1,799.99.
The 14-inch gaming rig will also feature up to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 GPU and a QHD 165Hz display as well as an FHD 144Hz option. Razer says the Blade will be the smallest 14-inch gaming laptop on the market, with dimensions of 12.59 x 8.66 x 0.66 inches. There’s also a 720p webcam (which isn’t a given on gaming laptops these days).
The rest of the laptop looks like a fairly standard Razer Blade, including the...
The new Raptor 27 looks the same as the previous model
Razer has refreshed its minimalist Raptor 27 gaming monitor with FreeSync Premium support with low frame rate compensation for smoother gameplay; a slightly faster 165Hz refresh rate (the previous model topped out at 144Hz); and THX certification claiming to deliver great color, tone, and image accuracy. Like the 2019 version, this one has Nvidia G-Sync compatibility, and its matte 27-inch QHD IPS panel covers 95 percent of the DCI-P3 color space.
This monitor will cost $799.99 when it releases in Q3 2021, which is $100 more than the previous version. The improvements make it at least worth considering if you want to game on PC with enhanced variable refresh rate tech. That, and Razer’s Raptor 27 is tough to beat when it comes to design,...
According to the recent MRFR report, such factors include growing demand for augmented reality devices in medical training and education, inpatient care management, and the growing interest of top tech giants.On the contrary, health concern for low resolution, less power consumption, and poor performance of VR and AR apps may deter the global AR and VR smart glasses market growth over the forecast period.Request a Free Sample Report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4837Market Segmentation The MRFR report highlights an inclusive segmental analysis of the global AR and VR smart glasses market based on application, product, and device type.Among these, the commercial segment will dominate the market over the forecast period for the growing demand for AR and VR apps in the retail and e-commerce sector.Key PlayersKey contenders in the global AR and VR smart glasses market report include the Atheer (U.S.), Jenax (South Korea), Vuzix (U.S.), Oculus VR (U.S.), Google Inc. (U.S.), Avegant (U.S.), Razer Inc. (U.S.), HTC Corporation (Taiwan), Sony Corporation (Japan), FlexEl, LLC.(U.S.), Imprint Energy, Inc. (U.S.), Kopin Corporation (U.S.), Ricoh (Japan), MicroOLED (France), Optinvent (France), Royole Corporation (U.S.), Samsung Group (South Korea), Osterhout Design Group (U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (U.S.), and Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan).
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Razer’s new Opus X comes in three divisive colors | Razer
Razer announced the Opus X, a new set of over-ear wireless headphones that offer active noise cancellation for just $100. Based on the small amount of differences and seemingly no major compromises compared to the pricier Opus headphones it launched last year, these could be a solid option if you have a little less money to spend on wireless headphones. It’s available to purchase now on Razer’s site.
Overall, the design appears to be similar to the Opus. It’s tough to tell from images how build quality or materials might have changed given the price reduction. This model comes in one of three new colors — green, pink, and white — which are a bit louder and more divisive than the black or midnight blue colors of the standard Opus. The...
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Razer is a name heavily associated with gaming on both consoles and the PC. Recently, Razer announced that to celebrate World Oceans Day, it was helping a startup called ClearBot redesign its AI boat used to clean up marine plastics. The new partnership aligns with Razer’s 10-year sustainability roadmap. It complements its Green Investments vertical that wants to support the … Continue reading