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Thursday, 04 October 2007 23:35

Razer launches Lycosa and Piranha

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Keyboard and headset for gamers

 

Razer has decided that the World Cyber Games finals in Seattle, USA is the right place to launch the new Razer Lycosa gaming keyboard and the Razer Piranha gaming communicator headset.

The new Razer Lycosa keyboard features non slip key tops with a rubber finish, backlight illumination with the option of having the WASD keys backlit. The new gaming keyboard features 1000Hz Ultrapooling with a 1ms response time. It also has an integrated USB port and earphone and microphone connectors.

The Piranha gaming headset features high quality audio with superior clarity and bass. The earphones look comfortable as they are padded, so those long LAN party nights won't be a problem. The headset also features a noise filtering microphone. It has a single sided cable that comes with a small in-line remote control for volume adjustment and microphone muting.

The Razer Lycosa gaming keyboard should be available in November for about US$80, while the Razer Piranha should hit shelves this month for about the same, $80.

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