Razer, the company known for its gaming products has now unveiled a unique audio product in China – Razer Pokémon Pikachu true wireless earbuds that come with a Pokeball-shaped charging box and this comes after both Razer and Poken collaborated for the launch of a range of accessories including keyboard, mousepad, etc.
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Razer has announced yet another update to its Blade lineup of laptops, continuing its confusing name with the latest one called Blade 15 (Early 2020). It is powered with Intel’s latest 10th Gen Core i7 H-series processors, and can be configured up to NVIDIA’s latest RTX 2080 Super with Max-Q and even has an option for a 300Hz display.
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We are halfway through CES week 2020 and Razer has announced new products that are focused on new and upcoming gaming experiences, along with a new ‘modular’ gaming PC. Razer also introduced an insane Eracing Simulator concept that simulates one of the most immersive racing experience to date.
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Razer has announced two new products; the Razer Junglecat and the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds. The Razer Jungle cat is a dual-sided mobile gaming controller with dual configuration for both mobile and desktop play. The Razer Hammerhead, on the other hand, are a pair of truly wireless, Bluetooth 5.0, ultra-low latency, high audio quality earbuds.
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Razer confirmed that it will be rolling out the Android 9.0 Pie update to the Razer Phone 2 this week. Keeping its word, the company has now started rolling out the Pie update. Since this is a staged rollout, it might not be available for everyone right away. Continue reading “Razer Phone 2 Android Pie update starts rolling out”
Razer has announced that it will roll out Android Pie update to the Razer Phone 2 starting from next week. Since Razer keeps its UI close to stock, the Pie software too is pretty close what you’d find on Pixel phones. It brings gestures and they are enabled by default. However, Razer’s launcher doesn’t support the suggested apps or a long-swipe to get to the app drawer. Continue reading “Razer Phone 2 Android Pie update to roll out from February 27th; Razer lays off 2% workforce”
Razer has announced a new range of the Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model gaming laptops. This upgrade is mostly focused on increased graphics performance with the inclusion of new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20-series GPUs. The company has also introduced the all-new 27-inch gaming monitor concept; the Razer Raptor. Continue reading “Razer introduces new Blade 15 gaming laptop with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20-series GPU and Razer Raptor 27-inch 144Hz gaming monitor”
Razer has introduced a new way to play on a console with the Razer Turret for Xbox One, a wireless keyboard and mouse combo designed for Xbox One. The Razer Turret for Xbox One offers a fast and stable 2.4 GHz wireless connection via a single dongle for the mouse and keyboard, and battery life of up to 40 hours on a single charge. Continue reading “Razer wireless keyboard and mouse for Xbox announced”
Last year when Razer took the wraps off its first phone, I like many others, was a little skeptical. Do gaming phones need to be a thing? Is there a market for a phone designed for the gamer? That question was answered when the Razer Phone turned out to be a good phone and great for gaming. It had some shortcomings but this year Razer has a new phone to fix some of those. Here is the Razer Phone 2! Continue reading “Razer Phone 2 Hands On — The Ultimate Gaming Phone”
Razer just announced the Razer Phone 2, successor of last year’s Razer Phone, as it had promised. The phone packs a 5.72-inch Quad HD 120 Hz UltraMotion display delivering fastest refresh rates and smooth graphics suitable for gaming, same as the predecessor, but this has 645 nits, making it brighter than the predecessor. This is powered by the latest Snapdragon 845 with Vapor Chamber Cooling that allows heat to spread throughout the phone via a custom vapor chamber which vastly increases the surface area for heat to dissipate, resulting in fewer hot spots and up to 8GB of RAM.
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Update: A new press image of the smartphone has surfaced, thanks to @evleaks. This shows dual rear camera in the top centre with the glowing Razer’s iconic green triple-headed snake logo below it. The front part looks almost identical.
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Razer announced the Razer Phone back in November last year. After the confirmation of the Razer Phone 2 by the company in the earning call recently, it has surfaced in AnTuTu Benchmark confirming some of the specifications, including whopping 512GB of storage, up from 64GB storage on the first-generation gaming smartphone. Continue reading “Razer Phone 2 with QHD display, Snapdragon 845, 8GB RAM, 512GB storage surfaces in benchmarks”
Razer today has announced the new Razer Blade laptop and Core X Thunderbolt 3. The new Razer Blade laptop comes with a 15.6-inch display, 8th Gen Intel Core processor and according to the company it is the world’s smallest 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop. Continue reading “New Razer Blade laptop with 15.6-inch 4K display, Nvidia GeForce Max-Q GPUs; Core X Thunderbolt 3 external graphics announced”