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Razer Destructor Gaming-Grade Surface

Going beyond competition Razer today released the new Destructor gaming-grade mousing surface made for optical and laser mice types. In response to the gaming communities search for improvements in mousing technologies, Razer has co-developed the Razer Destructor with some of the best pro-gaming teams in the world. The end result is a 350mm (length) x 280mm (width) x 2.3mm (height) mousepad which will cost you US:$39.99/Europe: €39.99. "Other gaming-grade surfaces today lack the ability to truly accommodate gaming optical and laser sensors," says Robert "Razerguy" Krakoff, president of Razer. "The Razer Destructor is designed specifically for gaming mice. Where other gaming surfaces fail, the Razer Destructor shines through and gives gaming mice the ability to achieve the tracking ability that they are designed for."

Belkin and Razer n52te SpeedPad

Updating the award-winning Nostromo SpeedPad n52, Belkin International announced its new n52te, a hybrid gaming keyboard built to dominate in FPS (first-person shooter), MMORPG (massive multiplayer online role-playing games), and RTS (real-time strategy) computer games. An improvement over its predecessor, the critically acclaimed n52, the n52te is enhanced by Razer's killer performance software, which boasts a competitive advantage with portable player profiles, robust customization tools, and cool blue backlighting. The device is scheduled to be available:
    November 2007 in the US ($69.99), Europe (£49.99 or €69.99), Australia ($99.99), and Korea (KRW 69,000)
    February 2008 in Asia, Canada, and Latin America

Razer PRO|CLICK Mobile On Sale

Razer, the leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle electronic peripherals, announced today that the Razer Pro|Click Mobile mouse has begun shipping and will be available for purchase from

The Razer Pro|Click Mobile is an ambidextrous Bluetooth mouse suited for professionals who crave mobility. Whether one is frequenting the airport, cramped café tables or even working from home, the Pro|Click Mobile is designed to provide precision and mobility in constrained spaces - all without the burden and hassle of a mouse wire.

Razer Brings Lachesis - New Lethal Weapon

In response to the Microsoft SideWinder project, Razer announced today the Razer Lachesis high-precision 3G laser gaming mouse at Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany. Utilizing the brand new Razer 3G Laser Sensor, the Razer Lachesis is the pinnacle achievement in gaming mice. The new Razer 3G Laser Sensor brings the first ever true 4000DPI laser mouse, which enables movement speeds of 5 times that of a standard 800dpi optical sensor, or up to 25g acceleration. The Razer Lachesis also allows programming of nine Hyperesponse button functions. Other features include 32KB Razer Synapse onboard memory, 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time, On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment, variable true dpi setting adjustments in increments of 125dpi, Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet, Gold-plated USB connector and many more. The Razer Lachesis gaming mouse is available for preorder now with a MSRP price of $79.99 directly from Razer.

Razer Upgrades Diamondback

Carlsbad, Calif. - July 25, 2007 - Razer , the leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle electronics peripherals, today announced that the Razer Diamondback has been updated with Razer's third generation (3G) infrared sensor. Dubbed the Razer Diamondback 3G, this new incarnation of the Razer Diamondback uses Razer's most advanced gaming mouse technologies, and places it in the widely renowned ambidextrous Razer Diamondback chassis. The Razer 3G sensor is being lauded as the most advanced infrared sensor ever. First seen in the Razer DeathAdder , the 3G sensor is the highest performing mousing sensor as found in ESReality's MouseScore 2007, the world's first independent mouse benchmark test. With the updated 3G sensor now found in the Razer Diamondback 3G, all gamers will be able to use Razer's most advanced infrared sensor in the proven ambidextrous form factor design of the Razer Diamondback.

World Debut of the Razer Boomslang Collector's Edition 2007

Razer plans to debut its latest mouse the Razer Boomslang Collector's Edition 2007 at the world's largest DreamHack Summer 2007 computer festival. Limited to only 10,000 units worldwide, the legendary Razer Boomslang returns encased in a sleek titanium finish, complete with a mysterious green underglow and the latest technologies from Razer. More information will be available after the DreamHack Summer 2007 opens from June 16 - 19th at Jönköping, Sweden.

New Razer Copperhead v6.10 Drivers and Firmware v6.19 Finally

As a Razer Copperhead user I can't tell you how happy I was when this morning brand new driver and firmware update have been released. The new Razer Copperhead driver version 6.10 is now Vista 32/64 compatible. The new firmware version 6.19 has slight profile change. Now the 1st profile is changed from 2000dpi 500Hz to 1600dpi 125Hz. Head over the Razer Download Center and download your new driver.

Razer Pro|Type desktop gets price and release date

Razer Pro|Type actually combines the Razer Tarantula with an iPod dock and comes in the appropriate white color. It will be available staring April 6th and will set you back $130 USD. It has media buttons, 10 programmable keys with backlights, two USB ports and a line-out jack, and 10 customizable "profiles" for setup switching.

Microsoft and Razer Introduce Reclusa Gaming Keyboard

Microsoft has teamed up with Razer once again to introduce the new Microsoft Reclusa Gaming Keyboard. Build for hardcore gamers this keyboard features blue LED keys backlighting, Hyperesponse technology for maximum key response, 5 different gaming profiles, and two built-in gold-plated USB ports. Gamers will also be able to improve their efficiency with 12 custom-programmable buttons that include two 360 degree jog-dials and two bumper buttons conveniently located on each side of the keyboard for faster control and optimized gameplay. Microsoft Reclusa will be widely available in March 2007 for an estimated retail price of $69.95 (U.S.). For complete information on Microsoft Reclusa Gaming Keyboard, please click here.

Razer Unveils the DeathAdder Gaming Mouse with 3G Infrared Sensor Technology

Razer, the world's leading brand in high-end computer gaming peripherals, unleashes the Razer DeathAdder, an ergonomic right-handed gaming mouse with the world's first 3G infrared sensor. The Razer DeathAdder boasts the groundbreaking 3G infrared sensor technology that ensures perfect control over the mouse in any gaming arena. The 1800 dots per inch (dpi) 3G infrared sensor when paired with 1000 Hz Ultrapolling and 1ms response provides pinpoint accuracy and lightning fast speed. To top it off, the Razer DeathAdder also possess zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet and award-winning On-the-Fly Sensitivity drivers.
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