Small and (nearly) ambidextrous, the Viper Mini is for FPS players looking for a lightweight clicker with a subdued gaming aesthetic.
Razer’s DeathAdder Elite has long been our favorite go-to FPS gaming mouse. It was, and still is, a solid flagship for any and all looking to get into competitive FPS/RTS multiplayer play.
The addition of a Razer Focus+ optical sensor makes this a worthy option for gamers who don’t need a bunch of whiz-bang features to appreciate a well-performing mouse.
Razer's eRacing simulator concept is the most realistic driving sim I've ever seen, and I tried it here at CES 2020.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop uses Intel’s Compute Element in a 10-Liter case with a full-sized GPU.
Razer is teasing the next generation of Blade laptops with 300 Hz displays and some new Intel processors.
Razer’s understated Viper Ultimate wireless RGB gaming mouse packs impressive tech and performance, but its small form factor and light weight make best-suited for claw grip gamers.
With a soft comfortable finish that’s perfect for mouse tracking, a non-slip base, and $20 off its retail price, this Goliathus Extended mousemat is a solid upgrade to any desk space.
The new Razer Kraken is great value, and delivers better audio than you’d expect, but there are some trade-offs.
The Razer Kraken Ultimate gaming headset packs THX Spatial Audio, which Razer claims is more immersive than surround sound.
Razer’s subtle, yet RGB-friendly, mouse has the looks, feels and welcoming software needed to make it worthy of its premium pricing.
Razer’s revamped Blade Pro 17 brings RTX graphics and and a smaller footprint, but if you want more than 512GB of storage or a high-res display, you'll have to pay more than $3,500.
Razer announced the new Viper Ultimate mouse today with its proprietary wireless technology and optical sensor.
Razer said its new Seiren Emote is "the world's first professional-grade microphone featuring an emoticon display."