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Razer, known for its high end PC gaming peripherals, is trying to break into the more general home entertainment market. The first step? The Mako desktop speakers, designed in conjunction with THX's mad scientists to sound, you know, better than the average piece of junk PC desktop speakers. There was only one small catch in today's presentation: the speakers didn't work. So we'll have to wait until tomorrow to find out how they actually sounds.

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I had a brief interview with one of THHX's head engineers who used all sort of Space Age words that I didn't understand to describe just why the speakers rock so much. Look for the Mako speakers sometime in the second quarter of this year for $299. Come back tomorrow when I can report on how they actually sound. And yeah, the speakers kinda look like a spaceship.

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