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Razer's Sabertooth Xbox controller has buttons galore

After bringing its customizable Onza controller to the Xbox 360, Razer is at it again, apparently deciding that the Onza just didn't have enough buttons. The Sabertooth packs a full six programmable buttons, including two extra shoulder buttons and the bizarre, underside rockers seen above. These...

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Second generation Razer Blade upgrades innards, lowers price

The original Blade laptop from Razer may only be six or so months old at this point, but six months is essentially a million, billion years in consumer electronic terms. Hence, Razer has announced an updated version of its gaming rig, which features new internal components and a...

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Razer, DC Entertainment and Athene raise over $1 million for African hunger relief

As part of the Sharecraft 2012 Save the Children Challenge, Razer, DC Entertainment and web personality Bachir Boumaaza (more widely known as Athene) have raised over $1 million toward African hunger relief. Athene, sponsored by Razer, used his reach to help garner donations. DC Entertainment...

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Check out Razer's Mechwarrior Online 'Artemis' prototype and other peripherals

Razer's E3 booth was fully stocked with both retail and prototype peripherals this year, the most interesting of which was the Artemis, an experimental controller array designed specifically for MechWarrior Online. The prototype, designed and built in a month, features a flight stick on the right,...

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Joystiq goes hands-on with Razer's Naga Hex mouse

Look, if you don't have a mouse designed exclusively to play your favorite types of games, you're doing it wrong. At least, that's what Razer wants you to think. The company recently released it's Naga Hex mouse, which was created especially for MOBAs and action-RPGs, with six side-mounted buttons...

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Engadget evaluates Razer Blade performance

Our fellow bloggers at Engadget have gotten their hands on the Blade laptop from Razer (the very first commercial fruits of that "Switchblade" concept seeded so long ago), and the unit gets some high marks, despite some significant flaws. The worst issue with the laptop seems to be the audio (the...

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Razer's Mass Effect 3 peripherals include game DLC

Razer is releasing a series of Mass Effect 3-branded peripherals, and you'd better believe every single thing in the product line comes with DLC codes. The wares include N7-themed versions of the BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard, the Imperator mouse, the Onza Tournament Edition 360 controller, the...

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Razer tests the waters with Project Fiona at CES

Razer's Project Fiona looks just like you'd expect a prototype to look. Despite a thick but standard tablet-style body and 10.1 inch touchscreen, it has some unfinished aluminum struts sticking out of either side, with not-quite-perfect joysticks and buttons placed unceremoniously on the top. In...

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Engadget fiddles with Razer's 'Project Fiona'

Razer's "Project Fiona," a tablet with an Intel Core i7 processor and the ability to play "current-generation PC games," is on display this week at CES. The crew at Engadget got to spend some time with the device, and made a moving-picture document of the experience....

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Razer's 'Project Fiona' is a gaming tablet prototype ... and it plays PC games

Perhaps the PlayStation Vita's leggy 5 inch screen just isn't enough for your dedicated gaming portable needs. Perhaps -- and this is just a theoretical, of course -- you think Sony's promise of console quality games on the Vita isn't nearly as important as full-on console games on the go. Enter...

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