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The New Razer Blade Might Be The Gaming Laptop We've Been Waiting For

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have it all: a thin, attractive laptop powerful enough to play any game you throw at it? Razer’s Blade laptops keep narrowly missing the mark — but this time may be different.


Razer's Hard-To-Find Nabu Fitness Band Now Comes In A Cheaper Model

The Razer Nabu smartband never quite made it to market — unless you count a few thousand early adopter pre-orders here and there. But Razer’s already taking the wraps off a cheaper alternative: the $US50 Nabu X.


Razer's Master Plan To Win Living Room Gamers Starts With Android TV

Every year, Razer comes up with a crazy product to wow the crowds at the Consumer Electronics Show. A tablet with a built-in controller! A Lego-like desktop PC! But this year’s surprise is actually four products that work together: an Android TV microconsole, a Bluetooth gamepad, a streaming service, and a wireless lapboard. The best lapboard ever.


Razer Has Its Own Virtual Reality Headset

Razer wants a piece of virtual reality. Here at CES, the company has its very own VR headset to help stake that claim. Why yes, it does look just like an Oculus Rift developer kit!


Razer's Crazy Nabu Fitness Band Arrives

If you’re wondering what happens when a gaming company makes a fitness wearable, take a look at our initial impressions.


HP Just Built A Gaming Laptop

Once upon a time, a tiny company called VoodooPC built some of the most incredible gaming computers around. Now, its owner HP is paying homage with the Omen — the first serious gaming laptop the company has ever made.


Razer Wants You To Ditch That Gaming Headset For... A Gaming Soundbar

Razer has long been one of the leaders in gaming headsets and, well, gamingeverything. Today the company’s relentless course lands at a $US200 soundbar that’s aimed at making your frags boom so powerfully the neighbours will know which Call of Duty you’re playing.


Razer Blade 14: Australian Review

Gaming laptops usually emphasise performance over style and portability, but the new Razer Blade has all three in spades.


Razer Blade 2014 Review: Great For Games, Overkill Otherwise

Razer’s badass Blade gaming laptop is back with a screen that’s insane, and the power to push some serious pixels. But that doesn’t do you much good when getting by day-to-day is a little bit of a struggle.


Google's Getting Its Own Android-Powered Game Consoles

Forget the Ouya, there’s another Android game console in town, and it’s coming from two of the biggest players in town.