With the first online edition of RazerCon now in the books, Razer has not only ramped up its current product line but has also introduced new gear that will satisfy both gamers and content creators’ needs.
Starting off, priced at $1,800, Razer’s award-winning ultrabook series, the Blade Stealth will now come with a 120 Hz and an OLED Model which will cost $200 dollars more in comparison to the 120 Hz variant.
The new Razer Blade Stealth 13 is packed with a 10th Gen Intel processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti, 4K touch OLED display (with only a 4.9 mm side bezel), upgradeable 512GB SSD and THX Spatial Audio. The ultrabook is designed to give users an immersive audio and visual experience while only weighing 1.4 kg.
The Razer Blade Stealth 13 is set to be released on “selected retailers” and on the Razer website on October 29.
Razer has finally stepped into the gaming chair market with the Razer Iskur. Meant to redefine the gaming chair, Razer Iskur has an ergonomic design that features a lumbar curve system allowing it to better follow the curve of the spine. This adjustable lumbar support is different from typical gaming chairs that just push back or front—Iskur’s lumbar support pushes in and out and extends to a maximum tilt of 26 degrees.
Iskur also features a neck pillow made from memory foam and a 4D armrest system for proper support to both the neck and arms. Razer’s first ergonomic gaming chair will be available at Razer.com for $499.99.
Razer has also announced its first solo PC chassis build with the Razer Tomahawk. This PC comes in two designs: a mid-tower ATX chassis and a smaller ITX version. Both the ATX and ITX versions will feature tempered-glass side panels, cable management and RGB lighting controlled via Razer’s Synapse 3 app.
The Razer Tomahawk ATX will cost $200 while the ITX will cost $180. Both are available on the Razer website.
The Razer Kraken Kitty Edition popularized cat-eared headphones. Now, Razer has unveiled the Bluetooth upgrade of this fan-favorite headset, equipped with Bluetooth 5.0, 50 hours of battery light, 40mm drivers and RGB Chroma lighting that responds to apps and notifications.
The Bluetooth variant of the Razer Kraken Kitty edition sells for $99.99 and is available at the Razer website.
Razer also announced the Razer Seiren Mini which is the company’s take on an affordable, compact and lightweight desktop USB microphone which. The Seiren Mini features a supercardioid pickup pattern that has a “tighter pattern at the sides and back” while at the same time also minimizes background noise and “focuses sound from the front”. All this is encapsulated inside a 14mm condenser capsule. The result is a $49.99 microphone budget microphone that is built to put up a performance comparable to far more expensive microphones. (Read: Over 100,000 Razer users’ personal info leaked in data breach)
Apart from their big product reveals, Razer also made a couple of smaller announcements. The company is collaborating with ASRock to create a Razer edition motherboard that features Razer Chroma RGB lighting support and universal support for addressable RGB lighting.
The company also announced the addition of major companies such as WD Black and Seagate gaming into the Razer Chroma Connect. This allows third-party devices from these companies to support Razer’s Chroma lighting protocol through the use of Razer’s software.