All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Razer’

Razer’s Project Christine Brings Modular Design To The PC

Computers are hard to build, or so says those who have never done it before. Despite the fact that building a computer is no more complex than building a table from IKEA, some consumers just never want to take the plunge. Razer now wants to change that perception by making a completely modular PC. Razer announced at CES that it’s …

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CES 2013: Razer Transforms The Awkward Fiona Into A Lovely Edge

CES 2012 had one standout tablet – Razer’s Project Fiona. The tablet was designed to appeal to core PC gamers and provide the kind of experience that you could normally only get on a gaming PC. Unfortunately, the tablet was all kinds of awkward with a strange controller dock that sacrificed portability for function. The tablet is back at CES …

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GDC 2012: Razer Hydra Brings Motion Control To Valve PC Titles

Motion control may be the future of consoles, but it’s about to make its way to the PC. PC gaming has had its fair share of awful motion control gimmicks in the past, one product may have found its way to mainstream success through the world’s largest digital games distribution service – Steam. At GDC today, it was announced that …

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SOPA: Razer Gives A F**k

Razer, makers of fine PC gaming accessories, has joined the blackout to protest SOPA. In what may be the most blatant protest yet, Razer has posted an image with their staff standing in front of a projector screen with the words “F**K SOPA.” As previously reported, only a handful of gaming Web sites are going down today to protest the …

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CES 2012: Razer Has Won The Tablet War

Tablets can play games, sure, but this tablet can really play games. Razer announced during CES Project Fiona, a gaming tablet that is more akin to a gaming PC. The device itself looks really weird at first. It’s a tablet with handles on the side featuring dual analog sticks, four face buttons and two shoulder buttons each. It’s designed to …

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