Gaming peripheral and system maker Razer shows up at CES 2016 this week its smallest, cheapest Razer Blade laptop yet. The Razer Blade Stealth is Ultrabook sized, but with the optional Razer Core it can deliver desktop-level performance.
Logitech and Razer both have some pretty awesome gaming peripherals. Whether you’re playing games or getting real work done, they’re both great options. The software they use have some small, but important differences. Here’s how they stack up against each other.
As with this year’s best gaming mouse vote, we need to report not just which keyboard win, but which audience segment was responsible for that win. Let’s get into it.
Even while being blinded by all the RGB lighting in your best gaming keyboard nominations, we managed to type up the top five. Now it’s time to find a winner.
Razer is making an Intel-powered Kinect for PCs. A 3D-sensing depth camera that uses Intel’s RealSense technology. Why would you want that? Well—Intel says it’ll let anyone put their face into a Twitch game streaming video.
Ouya, the little Kickstarter Android console that was pretty popular until people actually started using it, has had a quiet year. But a new report says that Razer, who’s had there own troubles breaking the Android-based gaming market with Forge TV, might be joining forces with the little console that couldn’t.
This vote had no black and white winner, and rather than making the judgment call ourselves, we're going to tell it like it is.
This year's set of contenders for best gaming mouse is 60% Logitech after our nomination round, which is in line with the interest in gaming mouse brands we see across our Deals and gaming peripherals coverage. Of 2013's contenders, the DeathAdder and Naga, in their latest incarnations, make a return. Once again,…
Our late 2013 Gaming Mouse Vote was one our biggest and most heavily debated ever. Many new contenders have of course emerged since then, and it's time to crown a new king. Which gaming mouse reigns supreme in 2015? Tell us in the comments.
Razer has spent years trying to build an impossible laptop—a powerful gaming portable with the facade of a thin business machine. It's come close four times, but the Razer Blade has never quite managed to stick the landing. At least until now—I've spent the last two weeks with the new 2015 model, and it's almost…
Razer just announced a bunch of ambitious things here at CES, including an open source initiative to jumpstart the virtual reality ecosystem, complete with its own VR headset to get devs started. Is that headset any good, though? Uh... let's just say it's no Oculus.
Every year, Razer comes up with a crazy product to wow the crowds at the Consumer Electronics Show. A tablet with a built-in controller! A Lego-like desktop PC! But this year's surprise is actually four products that work together: an Android TV microconsole, a Bluetooth gamepad, a streaming service, and a…
Razer wants a piece of virtual reality. Here at CES, the company has its very own VR headset to help stake that claim. Why yes, it does look just like an Oculus Rift developer kit!
The $100 Razer Nabu smartband never quite made it to market—unless you count a few thousand early adopter pre-orders here and there. But Razer's already taking the wraps off a cheaper alternative: the $50 Nabu X.
For years peripheral maker Razer has been pumping sound directly into our ears via gaming headsets. The Leviathan marks its first attempt at sharing that sound with the rest of the room, and a valiant first attempt at that.
There were so many Logitech peripheral deals during Black Friday (they're still available!) that we made our own little Gold Box. Now we're doing the same with Cyber Monday deals on Razer peripherals.
Once upon a time, a tiny company called VoodooPC built some of the most incredible gaming computers around. Now, its owner HP is paying homage with the Omen — the first serious gaming laptop the company has ever made.