Project Linda is a “dumb” clamshell laptop concept that uses the computing power of the Razer Phone as both the heart of the system and in place of the touchpad.
The new Razer BlackWidow Ultimate is now IP54 certified. Otherwise it's the same as last year's model.
The Seiren X is a more compact microphone, while the Kiyo features a built-in light ring to help illuminate your face.
Although we still don’t have specifications for the upcoming Razer Purple optomechanical keyboard switch, we now have some renders to scrutinize.
The working name is the Razer Purple switch, but whatever it ends up being called, it will be Razer's first foray into optical keyboard switches.
Razer offers its peripherals in three colors now, and it's brought RGB lighting to yet another surprising product: a USB hub/headset stand.
Razer patched Synapse, its peripheral configuration tool, to address two vulnerabilities revealed by the SecureState infosec consulting firm.
You'll soon be able to buy Razer's Chroma Hardware Development Kit (HDK) and its Lightpack Expansion to illuminate your system with up to 64 LEDs.
It was bound to happen, but fans of more compact keyboards who also dig what Razer’s laying down will be glad to hear that there’s now a tenkeyless version of the Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2.
After gathering user feedback, Razer has updated the Blade Stealth Ultrabook with a wider 13.3-inch display and a thinner bezel, all while maintaining its other compact dimensions.
We review the full-featured Razer BlackWidow Chroma (Origin PC Edition) and the slightly less full-featured Razer BlackWidow Ultimate.
Intel and Razer announced that they will work together in order to deliver a new VR-enabled camera utilizing the RealSense technology.
Razer is making sure every single gaming peripheral you own has Chroma, and it's adding the Tartarus gaming keypad to that lineup.
Razer continues to bulk up its Chroma lineup with the addition of a mouse mat called the Razer Firefly.