Computer cases of today are so much better and smarter than they were back when we first started modding and building computers of our own, but some of these new cases come along and stands out in the middle of the crowd and silently screams “look at me”. One of those cases is the NZXT H440-Designed by Razer (CA-H440W-RA). Basically the Razer engineering team along with the already winning NZXT team got together and took what was already one of the most popular computer enthusiast cases around, the NZXT H440 and together they both collaborated to make it an even more superior gaming oriented NZXT H440 computer case.
Razer started out as a gaming peripheral company back in 1998 and over the years we have reviewed quite a lot of their products. Recently they have expanded into gaming laptops, tablets and even wearable devices. Things have not always been good for Razer, back in 2001 there were rumors they were going bankrupt, but just recently they have closed a round of funding with Intel on a valuation of at least $1 billion.
Gaming Keyboards have gotten more and more “Old School” as the PC Gaming has gotten more popular. Why would old school be better? Well the old Mechanical Keyboards from the old IBM days were all the rage and every awesome gamer worth his weight in cyberspace, wanted to own one of the old clicky keyboards […]
Razer has announced a licensing program that provides for third-party production and sale of Razer-designed and -branded PC cases. NZXT, a recognized leader in PC cases, was selected as a launch partner for the “Designed by Razer” licensing program based on a shared dedication to innovation.
Razer is making a groundbreaking announcement today with their Eidolon Wearable Drone System! Razer says, “when you escape the boundaries of first-person you have a true out of body experience”. The Razer Eidolon is a wearable drone system that will follow you a pre-set configurations and will seamlessly steam the footage from its built-in camera.
We got our first look at Razer’s Project Christine at CES earlier this year. The idea behind the system is to store all of the computers components in modular slots. If a user wanted to upgrade a certain part they would just replace the modular slot with a new one. Well it has been a while since CES and it looks like Razer is having trouble getting OEM’s to buy into the concept.
Razer has just announced that they have launched their first mechanical key switch designed for gaming, the Razer Mechanical Switch. While the traditional mechanical key switches were designed for gaming the Razer Mechanical Switches has been designed and engineered from the ground up for gaming.
CES 2014 is littered with wearables. Even ThinkComputers’ own Mark Howland has been rocking a Galaxy Gear all week. Upon first seeing Nabu, it didn’t seem like anything different than what’s already on the market. But Razer’s vision for Nabu, Simplicity, Functionality, and Privacy, is completely different than anything that’s currently on the market.
Razer always has something innovative and flashy to show off at CES, this year is no different. Project Christine is Razer’s take on a desktop computer. Currently building a computer requires a ton of pieces, and some technical know-how. Razer’s vision is that anyone should be able to easily build a computer, it should be super fast with the possibility of being faster, and everything should be water cooled.
While many are waiting for the biggest event of CES 2014 to take place so they can showcase their newest products in line but we here we have Razer with a different take on the upcoming CES event. It has a whole new lineup of products for the music enthusiasts and it seems that Razer wasn’t so fond of waiting for CES to introduce these.