Razer wants to make streaming for gamers easier with their brand new Stargazer webcam. Streaming and recording yourself playing games is extremely popular these days and many gamers have a full studio setup to do so, but Razer wants to make it so you don’t need that studio at all.
Razer wants to change the game when it comes to Ultrabooks. As you know Ultrabooks are designed to be light and portable, but Razer wants their Blade Stealth to be real gaming Ultrabook. The way they are able to accomplish this is with their Core external graphics card enclosure.
Razer, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, today announced the Razer Naga Chroma. The latest in the Razer line of mice brings the world’s most advanced mouse sensor to the world of MMO gaming. The Razer 5G laser sensor is capable of tracking up to true 16,000 DPI in down to 1 DPI increments.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the NZXT S340 Razer Edition Case, Intel’s upcoming 28-core, 56-thread Xeon processors, the Unreal Tournament pre-alpha and more!
Razer launched their “Designed By Razer” case licensing program with NZXT’s H440, we actually reviewed that edition of the case. For its second designed by Razer case, the company also has gone back to NZXT and has chosen their S340 mid-tower chassis. Designed by Razer brings the Razer style and theme to different products. For the S340 that means a matte black design with Razer logo in the front, tinted window, green illuminated power button, green underglow, and green USB ports. So if you are a Razer fan this will be the ultimate case for you! We actually reviewed the S340 back in October, but it was done by Derek. I have not taken a look at the case so this gives you a fresh look at the case, not just a rehash of the original review. Let’s jump in and see what this case is all about!
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of the the release of Windows 10, Zotac’s GeForce GTX 980 Ti AMP! graphics card, some upcoming Skylake products, and much more!
Razer, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, today confirmed it acquired the software assets of OUYA, including its content catalog and online retail platform. The technical team and developer relations personnel behind OUYA, the leading Android game platform for the television, have joined the software team of Razer, the company additionally reported. Financial details of the transaction, which closed on June 12, 2015, were not disclosed.
Current tech seems to be at the tipping point where we are about to see a really well built selection of VR headsets brought to the consumer market. Never one to be left behind, Razer has introduced at CES 2015 the OSVR Hacker Dev Kit VR headset.
For many reasons the the PC is slowly working it’s way to the living room. It may be the comfort of the couch, or maybe because we PC Gamers are finally ready to socialize. Whatever the case Razer is here to make the transition easier with Forge TV.
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