With the upcoming release of Mass Effect 3, Bioware and Razer once again team up to bring game-changing gears to their beloved gamers. Introducing, Razer Mass Effect 3 Collector’s Edition Gaming Peripherals and Gear.
The line up consists of Mass Effect inspired Razer elite gaming products. Those red lines and added scratch effects adds a great look and feel into the items.
Razer fans that were hoping to get their hands on the new Razer Tiamat 7.1 headset before the spend period. Are exploit to be a less unsuccessful to centre that Razer has now pushed hindmost the commence into Jan 2012.
The Razer Tiamat 7.1 headset is a unequaled piece of play kit and is armed with 10 discrete drivers, 5 in apiece circumaural ear cup to consecrate you genuine maculation positional circle sensation.
The 10 drivers represent the 7 surround sound channels plus subwoofer; 2 for center, 1 each for the left and right, surround sound left and right, surround back left and right, and 2 for the subwoofer. All drivers work in unison to produce a true surround sound experience.
“We announced the Razer Tiamat back in August and promised that it would be ready to ship in Q4 this year. Plenty of customers emailed and wrote in through our community channels inquiring if it would be ready by Christmas. The bad news is – it won’t be ready by Christmas. We estimate that the Razer Tiamat will only be available around the end of January 2012.
Rest assured this product is coming out soon, but as we get ready to ship, we are also putting final touches to perfect this headset. We want to be sure that what you get is going to blow your ears away, no holds barred, and unfortunately like all Razer products, it’s ready when it’s ready.
We still apologize for the delay, especially for not making sure this product was ready to sit under Christmas trees everywhere.
But we’d like to make it right:
For all the customers who add their names to the Notify Me list at the minisite www.razerzone.com/tiamat, we’ll provide you with a coupon code for a FREE Razer T-shirt and Razer flask – worth about US$40 – when the Razer Tiamat is available, AND – we’ll ship it to you for free.”
Gamers looking to treat themselves this holiday season, might be interested to know that Razer’s new Blade gaming laptop is approaching pre-order status, and deliveries will be made in time for the holidays, says Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan.
In an Interview with gaming website Kotaku, CEO Min-Liang Tan explained a little behind how the design of their new gaming laptop came about.
“When I served in the army, I was sent for survival training in the dense jungles of the tropics. We carried only the most essential gear and one key item in my kit was my KA-BAR combat knife”
“It was simple, minimalist and utilitarian – and we used it for everything from hunting, to preparing food, cutting rope and building floats. Every night after setting up camp, I would spend my time sharpening it during watch. It was one of the finest knives I’ve ever used – clean, cold. supremely balanced and lethally sharp.”
Shipping has already started to selected gaming CEO’s and pre-order are expected to start for us in a few days time for around $2,800.
You know what’s great? Mechanical keyboards what with their satisfying clicks. You know what’s less awesome? Having to listen to that obnoxious racket all day. Razer claims you can have your cake (in this case, tactile feedback) and eat it too (blessed silence!) with its BlackWidow Stealth Editions. These are, more or less, the same boards that debuted last August, but with quieter switches and a matte finish.
Both models are available now, with the same programmable keys and on-the-fly macro recording, while the Ultimate version adds “extreme anti-ghosting” to its already impressive noise pwnage. The standard model will run you a cool $80, while the Ultimate weighs in at a hefty $140. Check out the gallery below, as well as the PR and video after the break.
Razer offers its customers the new Razer Blade, a 17-inch notebook, which has no intention to compromise as regards performance. This model has a data sheet that has nothing to envy to the most noble desktop systems. The gaming world today can count on a new warhead designed for those who do not intend to give to move with ease. Blade is the result of applying the latest technology and design, a powerful, versatile and competitive in every respect. But we’re going to find out more.
Compact and lightweight, measuring 427 x 277 Razer Blade x 22.4 mm and weighs just over 3 pounds and is the perfect compromise between size and portability. Driven by an Intel Core i7-2640m 2.8 GHz belonging to the family Sandy Bridge with integrated graphics, the notebook also offers support of a powerful Nvidia GeForce GT 555m 2 GB GDDR5 DirectX11 compatible graphics libraries.
Optimus technology automatically decides which of the two solutions, integrated or discrete, activated in different situations to deal with safeguarding the autonomy of the laptop. The amount of system memory to 8 GB DDR3 1,333 MHz and a generous 320 GB hard drive allows storage of their favorite content. The display is represented by an excellent 17-inch Full HD panel (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) LED-based backlighting. This choice is perfect for gaming but also for multimedia, another area in which the Blade Razer is second to none.
Thanks to the built-in webcam, you can keep in touch with their friends while the Gigabit Ethernet or 802.11b/g/n WiFi, you can access the internet for fun maybe with some online gaming session. The power of the notebook is left to a lithium ion battery of 60 Wh.
Razer Blade Switchblade has known the user interface which includes 10 keys dynamically adaptable to provide quick access to commands in-game and a small LCD screen can display information in-game or to work as a true multi-touch panel . Razer Blade will be available in North America by the end of the year at a launch price of $ 2,799.
Razer introduces the Battlefield 3 co-braned BlackWidow Ultimate gaming keyboard. The keyboard features full mechanical keys with 50g actuation force, and each key has individual backlit with 5 levels of lighting.
The BlackWidow Ultimate offers 1000Hz ultrapolling, 1ms response time, programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, and a gaming optimized key matrix for minimized ghosting. The gaming keyboard has multimedia control keys as well and supports 10 customizable software profiles with on-the-fly switching. It comes with a braided cable and includes USB passthrough, audio-out and mic-in jacks.
The Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Battlefield 3 Edition is priced ta $139.
Razer is a new step in the creation of a helmet shape of the Razer 7.1 surround sound headphones Tiamat game that Razer is the world’s first 7.1-Gaming Headset Headset will be available supports.
Rather than using virtual surround sound to create the illusion of 7.1 surround sound, the Razer Tiamat 7.1 is equipped with a 10 discrete drivers. Creating the perfect and true to life 7.1 surround sound experience for gamers.
“The Razer Tiamat headset range is the pride of our audio engineering, the world’s first 10 driver headset, built to deliver the most powerful, clear and accurately produced positional audio gamers will ever need for the competitive edge,”
The Razer Tiamat 7.1 packs a total of 10 discrete drivers, 5 in each circumaural ear cup to give you true pinpoint positional surround sound with 3D clairty. The 10 drivers represent the 7 surround sound channels plus subwoofer; 2 for center, 1 each for the left and right, surround sound left and right, surround back left and right, and 2 for the subwoofer as indicated in the diagram below.
The Razer Tiamat 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming headset will be arriving in the Autumn and will be priced around $180.
Razer has Unveiled a new set of gaming headphones today Called the Razer Electra, Which Have Been Specifically designed for smartphones and tablet gamers.The new headphones are equipped with Electra enhanced bass response with Optimised drivers, and fitted with replaceable leatherette ear cushions Sound-Isolating extended gaming sessions for comfort During.
The Electra gaming headset is also equipped with a detachable rubber sheathed audio cable and detachable inline microphone audio cable for voice communication, which can be easily replaced if the worst were to happen. But be warned the combined inline cable microphone only works in a port that mixes audio and microphone capability, like many smartphone and tablet jacks.
“The Razer Electra provides just that with deep, booming bass and balanced sound delivered by audio drivers finely tuned to low frequencies.”
The Razer Electra headphones will be arriving in October worldwide for around $60
Razer now ships $80 Orochi Black Chrome Edition mobile gaming mouse. The all-new Razer Orochi Black Chrome Edition is the latest update to Razer’s highly successful, diminutive yet immensely powerful mobile gaming mouse. The striking, glossy finish accentuates its ergonomic design making this the most desirable weapon for gaming on-the-go.
The Orochi Black Chrome Edition is the exact same mouse that shipped last fall, but with a much more vivacious set of duds. Aside from being fully capable of sneaking into either of your front pockets, this Bluetooth-enabled unit also touts an ambidextrous design, a 4000DPI laser sensor (with tracking at up to 100 inches per second), on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments and a gold-plated USB connector for those who’d prefer to roll wired.
It’s been over a year since Razer and Sixense partnered up to develop a “revolutionary true-to-life, next-generation motion sensing and gesture recognition controller for PC gaming.” Today we finally get to meet that controller: the Razer Hydra. As you’d expect the new peripheral will enable Wii-like gameplay across a number of PC titles, but rather than targeting a casual-gaming audience Razer is promising to take accuracy to the next level for serious gamers.The Hydra’s tracking technology works by way of a base station that emits a magnetic field, which Razer says allows the exact location and orientation of the handheld controllers to be detected with millimeter and degree accuracy. Razer is also promising ultra-low latency in order to get the most fluid and precise game experience ever.
The controller itself is reminiscent of the Nintendo Wii Nunchuk. It comprises two pieces, connected to the base station by an anti-tangle braided cable, and each features an analogue stick, four face buttons, a trigger button and a bumper, along with the magnetic motion sensors. Razer says the system was designed to be used in the typical seated in front of a PC set up, so while some may lament the lack of wireless functionality, it also means no batteries and lighter weight.
Razer has optimized the Hydra for compatibility with over 125 games out of the box, including Battlefield Bad Company 2, Bulletstorm, COD: Black Ops, Crysis 2, Resident Evil 5, and Valve’s Portal 2. The controller will support downloadable configurations for future titles, and apparently can also be custom configured to work with other games.
The Razer Hydra will be available standalone for less than $100 or as part of a special edition Portal 2 Bundle for $140. Pre-orders will start in May, with shipping due to commence in June. You can check out a few more gameplay videos of the Hydra in Black Ops, Buletstorm and Left 4 Dead 2 over at Razer’s website.