Razer hops on the recent "Games for Mac" craze started by Valve's plans for Steam and Source on Apple computers.
No doubt spurred on by the commitment that Valve software pledged to the Mac with confirmation that Steam and Source Engine games, Razer today affirmed its support for Apple's computer platform.
The announcement by Razer was made at the Game Developers Conference, where the company pledged an effort to increase support for Mac users by issuing driver support for all upcoming products, including the Razer StarCraft II peripheral suite.
"I’m very proud to say that at Razer, we are committed to supporting both Mac and PC gamers," said Robert Krakoff, president, Razer USA. "We are constantly working to increase driver support for Mac with our existing Razer products and have plans to release all of our new products with dedicated Mac and PC drivers. This is a really exciting opportunity to expand the gaming industry and make it more inclusive for Mac users by providing the same level of support that we give to our PC users."
Mac gamers can now pick from several Razer options, such as the Naga, for MMO gaming, as well as the DeathAdder, right-handed gamers. Razer said that it is now working on releasing drivers to equip existing products with Mac compatibility.