Originally Posted by erocker
Razer should work on improving their products, not signing on mascots.
Razer is sort of becoming the BOSE, Monster, or Apple of gaming peripherals; why focus on technical quality when you're winning with marketing?
It's my observation that Razer is cornering the market by winning over the hearts and minds of the less-informed masses. In almost every brick-and-mortar store I walk into, Razer's products dominate the gaming mice, keyboard, and headset sections. I see a few Logitech, mionix, SteelSeries, and CM Storm products (Corsair peripherals were rare and I think most brick-and-mortars stopped carrying them). But for the most part, at least half the products are Razer offerings. I guess what I'm trying to say is that Razer is doing well and sees no reason to jeopardise that.