Highlights from the 2014 LA Auto Show

Razer

Of course, gaming is going to be a major focus for Razer's soundbar

The soundbar market is constantly growing as more people realize they want improved sound for their entertainment, but that a proper surround sound system doesn't suit their needs. Now, Razer – a company known for its gaming peripherals – is jumping into the market with the introduction of its Leviathan 2.1 system.  Read More

Razer's upcoming Android micro-console

After yesterday's announcement of Android TV, we can soon expect to see a steady stream of home entertainment products running the new platform. One of those devices is going to be made by popular gaming hardware OEM Razer, which announced its micro-gaming console plans at Google I/O.  Read More

The updated Razer Blade features the latest NVIDIA GPU and an impressive multitouch displa...

Razer has updated its Blade laptop for 2014, significantly improving upon the specs of last year’s model. The new system features NVIDIA’s latest notebook graphics solution and what the company is calling “the highest resolution 14-inch notebook display on the planet.”  Read More

The Aorus X7 (left) and Razer Blade Pro (right) are two of the slimmest gaming machines on...

The term gaming laptop usually brings to mind big and heavy machines that could only charitably be referred to as portable, and while this is still true of many systems, there are some products out there that break that mold. The Aorus X7 and Razer Blade Pro are two such machines. Both systems offer some capable gaming specs in a much thinner and lighter form factor than much of the competition. Read on as we take a closer look at the machines to see which better treads the line between form and function.  Read More

Alienware 14 vs. Razer Blade

The Alienware 14 and Razer Blade provide two distinct visions of what a 14-inch gaming laptop should be. The former provides a classic portable gaming experience, while the latter breaks the mold, offering strong performance in a thin and light package. Read on as we compare the two machines, in an effort to determine which system is more deserving of your attention.  Read More

Razer's Project Christine

US gaming hardware company Razer has chosen CES 2014 to unveil plans for what it calls "the world's most modular gaming system." Dubbed Project Christine, the desktop gaming PC promises to unlock the upgradability and performance of a high-end gaming PC, to the non-geeks among us.  Read More

Razer has released the Kraken Forged Edition premium headphones

Gaming hardware company Razer has announced the launch of its new premium headphones, the Kraken Forged Edition. Optimized for music and gaming, and designed for comfort and portability, the top-of-the-range closed earcup cans feature custom-tuned, bass-heavy drivers in brushed metal housing, and swappable audio cables.  Read More

Razer's new 14-inch Blade laptop

Razer has been rather busy of late. While the company is best known for its various gaming peripherals, it is putting some serious resources into dedicated gaming hardware like the Edge tablet, which we went hands on with at CES. Now, it has just announced a new version of its Blade laptop, which it is calling the "world's thinnest" gaming Ultrabook.  Read More

One of the darlings of CES 2012, Project Fiona will soon launch as Razer Edge

If you followed last year's CES, you'll likely remember Razer's Project Fiona prototype gaming tablet. Gamers salivated, and it won numerous "Best of CES" awards. But then it missed its estimated "late 2012" ship date, and many wondered if it would ever see the light of day. Well, Razer followed through at CES 2013, announcing that the Windows 8 tablet will launch soon as the Razer Edge.  Read More

Razer's design shots show Assassin's Creed running on the tablet

The sky is the limit for tablet gaming. As technology advances, the devices can eventually combine the power of PC/console gaming with the portability of a PS Vita. More often, though, we see Angry Birds and Tiny Wings: great casual titles, but a far cry from Skyrim or Batman: Arkham City. Enter Razer, with its concept tablet dubbed Project Fiona. One of the hottest demo items at CES, the company just announced that it will be moving forward with the device.  Read More

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