Wednesday, February 28, 2024


The new ROG G14 completely upends the Razer Blade 14

Asus' radical new Zephyrus G14 takes aim at the Razer Blade 14, and it comes out on top in a messy battle.

See Razer Blade 14 (2024) with GeForce RTX 40-Series Graphics: Plus more deals

Come take a look at the latest model of the Razer Blade 14 (2024) and what it has to offer. Plus, see a great deal on the Razer Blade 14 (2023).

Razer Blade 16 and Blade 18 hands-on impressions: Sharp new gaming laptops with killer displays

Razer's gaming flagships are as sharp as they've ever been, if not sharper.

Razer Viper 8K Hz review: Do you need 8,000Hz?

Razer's update to their Viper gaming mice lineup pushes the boundary with the highest polling rate of any PC mouse

YouTuber claims that this ugly 3D-printed mouse is actually the best for gaming

This gaming mouse is supposed to be one of the best out there, but is it comfortable to use? According to the YouTuber who made it, yes, it is.

Best Razer gaming laptop deals: Save on the Blade 14, 15, and 17

Don't skip out on Razer gaming laptop deals while you're searching for a new portable rig. These are the best deals on their best laptops.

Killer webcam deal: Save 50% on the Razer Kiyo Pro today

Today, the Razer Kiyo Pro is part of a killer webcam deal allowing you to save quite a bit on a decent streaming upgrade.

Razer Blade 14 (2023) review: making the best better (and more expensive)

Razer's updated Blade 14 didn't need to change anything, but the laptop updates some core issues of the original design in a big way.

One of the most ambitious gaming laptops just got even better

Razer has announced an update to the Blade 14, now coming with up to a Ryzen 9 7940HS chip and RTX 4070 GPU.

The Razer Edge 5G can’t compete with what’s in your pocket

If you have a smartphone, the Edge doesn't bring anything new to the table.

Razer Leviathan V2 Pro review: AI for your ears

AI head tracking is the star of the show for the Razer Leviathan V2 Pro, and it's biggest downfall.

The DSLR-like Razer Kiyo Pro Ultra is the overkill king of 4K webcams

This 4K webcam will be overkill for most but a dream come true for others.

Razer Blade 16 vs. Razer Blade 15: here’s how they stack up

Razer has dominated the 15-inch laptop space with the Blade 15, which has been fast and highly configurable. But the Blade 16 looks to take over the top spot.

The Android gaming handheld Razer Edge gets a release date

Back in October, Razer and Verizon announced a new gaming handheld based on Android called the Razer Edge. At the time, we had no idea when exactly it might ship, beyond that it would be somewhere in the first quarter of 2023, and most likely in January.Fortunately, Razer has announced at CES 2023 that we won’t be waiting much longer, because the Razer Edge is set to be released on January 26. That’s only a few weeks away, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what Razer’s Android gaming handheld has to offer.There will be two versions at launch, a Razer Edge Wi-Fi variant sold exclusively at and RazerStore locations in the US for $399, and a Razer Edge 5G exclusively available from and Verizon store locations.While we wait for the release date, here’s a refresher on the specs. The Razer Edge will sport a 6.8-inch AMOLED display featuring a 2400 x 1800 FHD+ resolution, with a 144Hz refresh rate for silky smooth performance. Powering the Razer Edge, will be the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1, and the Razer Edge will be the first device to launch with Qualcomm’s gaming chipset with active cooling. This should ensure that you can the Razer Edge can handle those long gaming sessions without breaking a sweat.Paired up with the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1, will be 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB of UFS 3.1 storage with a microSD card slot for expansion, and a 5000mAh battery to keep it powered up on the go.Additionally, the Razer Edge will support Wi-Fi 6E, handy for Xbox Game Pass, and a 5MP front-facing camera for selfies.Of course, the Razer Edge device is only half of the equation. One of the best mobile controllers around, the Razer Kishi V2 Pro, will also come with the device. The Razer Kishi V2 Pro includes microswitch buttons, analog triggers, programmable macros, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Razer’s HyperSense haptics. Basically, everything you’ll need to get your game on.This two-part solution is quite different from Logitech’s G Cloud handheld that was recently released. Although, the Razer Edge packs a lot more horsepower and is meant to AAA games locally, as well as cloud gaming. While the G Cloud is powered by a weaker processor and was built primarily for game streaming services such as Xbox Game Pass.

Razer Project Carol head cushion builds surround sound right into your gaming chair

Razer's audio cushion is the next step in gaming accessories, with built-in 7.1 surround sound and 2.4 GHz wireless gaming connectivity.

The best gaming laptops from CES 2023: ROG, Alienware, Razer, and more

With so many gaming laptops announced at CES 2023, it takes something special to stand out from the crowd. Here are the best we saw at the show.