Razoring an eyebrow or two
Razer has lifted the kimono on "Project Linda," a 13.3-inch laptop design powered by the Android-based Razer Phone. The smartphone and laptop hybrid concept harkens a new era for mobile personal computing, blending the familiar Android environment with the ease-of-use of a laptop, so Razer claims.
Better cooling, higher clock or something else
One thing that caught our eye during Razer's presentation is the fact that it managed to beat Samsung's Galaxy S8+ in plenty of benchmarks - at least according to Razer's own slides.
5.7-inch 120Hz IGZO screen, Snapdragon 835, THX and more
After endless rumors and leaks, Razer has now officially announced the Razer Phone at a special event in London.
Just a day after the latest Razer teaser, which suggests that something special will be announced on November 1st, the alleged smartphone has been spotted on GFXBench with some rather impressive specifications.
Possible "gaming smartphone" in the making
Razer has been building hype for its big announcement that will take place on November 1st, with the recent tease showing a man holding what appears to be a smartphone.
Less bezel and more screen, new color
Razer has been quite proud of its notebook lineup and keeps on upgrading and updating them with new hardware but today, it has made some different updates, giving it a slimmer bezel, and thus more screen real estate, as well as a more stealthy color option.
Coming in both wired and wireless versions
Razer said its newest Lancehead gaming mouse will be available in both wired and wireless versions as well as promising some rather impressive features.
Packing 12,800mAh of capacity
Razer said its new product that is actually an external battery unit, called the Razer Power Bank, not only has plenty of USB ports but packs 12,800mAh battery capacity.
Kaby Lake CPU, 4K touchscreen and 1TB SSD options
Razer has announced its updated Blade notebook that will now get a quad-core Kaby Lake CPU with DDR4-2400 memory support, a 4K touchscreen and up to 1TB of SSD storage as an option.
Gives it a new wrist rest and a new switch option
Since the BlackWidow keyboard has been around since 2010, Razer has decided to slightly upgrade it to the new BlackWidow Chroma V2 version, giving it a new wrist rest as well as a third mechanical switch option, the Razer Yellow switch.