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Razer Chimaera Gaming Headset with 5.1 Surround Sound

Posted in Razer by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2011

Razer’s new gaming headset called Chimaera features wireless connectivity, 5.1 stereo output with Surround Sound and large ear cups. The headsets are specially designed for Xbox gamers who want the best audio quality.

This headset delivers eight hours of battery life, which should be plenty of game time before you need a break to recharge them. The Razer Chimaera Wireless Gaming Headset for the Xbox will cost you about $199 and will be available this month.

Razer announces Megalodon 7.1 surround sound headphones

Posted in Razer by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2008

Razer Megalodon 7.1 HeadphonesThe PC gamer needs to have a good set of headphones with a mic. Many gamers prefer headphones to external speaker systems, because they feel like they can hear more of the game sounds with headphones. Razer has a set of headphones on the market called the Barracuda that work very well. Today, Razer announced two new sets of gaming headphones that use its new Maelstrom Audio Engine.

Razer says that its Maelstrom engine can process positional audio 800% faster than comparable virtual surround systems. The Razer Megalodon headphones feature 7.1 surround sound and will retail for $149.99. The headphones have a frequency response of 20 to 20,000 Hz and 40 ohms impedance. The headphones also feature a mic for in game chat and will be available in Q4 2008.

Razer Aurantia gaming keyboard for China only

Posted in Keyboards,Razer by Shane McGlaun on July 1st, 2008

Razer Aurantia Keyboard for Chinese Gamers OnlyRazer is a name synonymous with gaming peripherals like keyboards and mice to many gamers. I have long used Razer gaming gear and work routinely on my Razer Lycosa keyboard and really like Razer mice as well like the Lachesis.

Today Razer has announced a first—a gaming keyboard that isn’t being offered to gamers in America. The Razer Aurantia is designed and sold exclusively for gamers in china. Razer described the keyboard as a portable device. It has 104 keys, can record macros and store profiles for ten games on-board.

CES 2008

Razer Mako desktop system swims into CE waters

Posted in CES 2008,Razer,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on January 7th, 2008

Razer MakoRazer has brought to CES some great gaming accessories for high end players. One of those which is now shipping is the Razer Mako, a 2.1 desktop audio system priced at around $400.

The Razer Mako, as you can see from the photo, has a very unique look to it among desktop audio systems. It consists of two bi-amplified satellites (2 x 50 watts each) with DSP control and a powered subwoofer. Total system power is around 300 watts and the system is also THX certified.

New Razer gaming gear enhances PC play time

Posted in Controllers,Headsets,Keyboards,Razer by Nino Marchetti on October 4th, 2007

Razer Lycosa gaming keyboard is customizable, fast and illuminatedRazer, a gaming hardware specialty company, today unveiled two new PC gaming accessories. The Razer Lycosa keyboard and Piranha headset are both priced at around $80 and will be available in November and October respectively.

The Razer Lycosa offers an extremely fast response time to allow for more efficient gameplay. Its keypads are illuminated, non-slip and made of rubber as well as being full programmable. There’s also customizable gaming profiles, a USB port, detachable wrist rest and dedicated media keys.