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Engadget's CES 2013 Preview: Gaming

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With CES looming like an electrically charged storm of news and announcements, it's time for us to give you our best bets on what you'll see come January. During the month of December, we'll bring you a series of CES preview posts, forecasting what you can expect when the...
Engadget's CES 2013 Preview: Gaming
This Virtual Reality Treadmill Could Be The 'Holy Grail' Of Video Game Controllers

Razer's gaming tablet drops by the FCC, leaves handles at home

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Looking for a gaming tablet you can really grab? Don't look at the latest FCC filings then -- Federal regulators appear to have snagged some exclusive hands-on time with Razer's upcoming Project Fiona, and its trademark handlebars are nowhere in sight. The nunchuck-esque controllers we saw at CES didn't...
Razer's gaming tablet drops by the FCC, leaves handles at home

IRL: Klipsch Image X7i, Razer BlackShark and BlueAnt's Embrace headphones

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Welcome to IRL, an ongoing feature where we talk about the gadgets, apps and toys we're using in real life and take a second look at products that already got the formal review treatment. Just call this IRL: the headphone edition. This week, it's all about audio -- everything...
IRL: Klipsch Image X7i, Razer BlackShark and BlueAnt's Embrace headphones
Razer's outspoken CEO slams HP and Dell, says he 'loves Apple'

Review: The Razer Deathstalker Ultimate gaming keyboard

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PC enthusiasts expect to pay extra for premium peripherals, and Razer's new Deathstalker Ultimate ($250) pushes that expectation to the breaking point by including a flashy new touchscreen interface that's unlike anything we've ever seen in a gaming keyboard. The keyboard chassis is light and durable, sporting shallow chiclet-style...
Review: The Razer Deathstalker Ultimate gaming keyboard
Audyssey's Bluetooth Wireless Speakers Bring The Ruckus In A Tiny Package

Razer's Project Fiona Gaming Tablet Confirmed for Production

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Razer garnered a lot of press at CES this year with their Fiona gaming tablet, a 10.1" Windows-based tablet packing a Core i7 processor and two joystick handles featuring dual analog sticks and a typical controller-style button layout. The device carried a pretty impressive speclist and walked out of...
Razer's Project Fiona Gaming Tablet Confirmed for Production
Logitech announces spill-proof Washable Keyboard K310

This year, PC gaming breaks free from your desktop

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LAS VEGAS--CES usually doesn't yield much in the way of new and exciting gaming technology. This year is different: while big publishers like Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony are still saving their announcements for the E3 gaming convention in June,.we've seen a ton of intriguing new gaming technology here at...
This year, PC gaming breaks free from your desktop
Mad Catz' gaming keyboard acts like Legos

ROCCAT Power-Grid Android version on its way, we go hands-on with the keyboard-augmenting app (video)

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ROCCAT's plans to fight back against Razer's glowing customizable macro-keys and touchscreens are nearing the finish line. Here at Gamescom, the mouse and keyboard maker's Power-Grip app was at a nearly-finished stage on the iPhone. Better still, the Android version was close behind it -- although it was slightly...
ROCCAT Power-Grid Android version on its way, we go hands-on with the keyboard-augmenting app (video)

Razer CEO wants annual Blade laptop iterations, not worried about price complaints

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Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan is charismatic, clearly very smart and passionate -- not a bad combination considering he's the face and voice of a major international hardware manufacturer. Razer's latest, the second-generation Blade gaming laptop, launches this week for the whopping price of $2,500, and we spoke with Min-Liang...
Razer CEO wants annual Blade laptop iterations, not worried about price complaints

Distro Issue 30 brings you 'The Best of Mobile World Congress 2012'

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While a handful of Engadget editors braved the show floor in Barcelona, we here at Distro HQ were busy trying to keep pace with the insane amount of news coming out of Mobile World Congress 2012. Fittingly, issue 30 of our fine weekly is packed to the rafters with...
Distro Issue 30 brings you 'The Best of Mobile World Congress 2012'

Oculus Rift's Nate Mitchell backstage at Expand (video)

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Nate Mitchell, Vice President of Product for Oculus Rift, was in the spotlight here at Expand discussing gaming hardware, such as the firm's VR headset, and what it means for the future with folks from NVIDIA and Razer. Mitchell found his way backstage and we asked him about the...
Oculus Rift's Nate Mitchell backstage at Expand (video)

Logitech follows Razer's lead with MMO gaming mouse

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Logitech's G600 MMO Gaming Mouse takes its multi-button cue from the Razer Naga. [Read more]...
Logitech follows Razer's lead with MMO gaming mouse

Razer Tiamat 7.1 delayed again, gamers everywhere realize they have other headset options

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The so-called first true 7.1 surround sound headset is inching towards vaporware status. Razer's Tiamat 7.1 was originally supposed to land sometime in Q4 of 2011 but, as the holiday season approached, the company regretfully informed potential customers that the gaming gear would not ship until the end of...
Razer Tiamat 7.1 delayed again, gamers everywhere realize they have other headset options

Razer's ambidextrous Ouroboros mouse now shipping, ready to placate left-handed gamers

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Had your eye on Razer's symmetrical gaming mouse? Peek at your email -- the firm's online storefront is quietly tipping customers that the Ouroboros is now shipping. Much like that other transforming rodent, the Ouroboros can change its shape by extending its palm rest or swapping out select components...
Razer's ambidextrous Ouroboros mouse now shipping, ready to placate left-handed gamers
Razer's powerful, convertible Edge tablet is all things to all gamers -- for a price

One day, Portal 2 in motion DLC will come to PS3, it's such a shame the same will never happen to Xbox

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Remember Razer's Hydra controller that came with a motion-controlled version of Portal 2? PS3 owners will be receiving those same levels as a DLC later this year with added support for the PlayStation Move. Players will be able to manipulate objects in order to solve puzzles with more flailing...
One day, Portal 2 in motion DLC will come to PS3, it's such a shame the same will never happen to Xbox

Project Holodeck and Oculus Rift hope to kickstart every gamers' VR dream for $500 (video)

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Star Trek: The Next Generation may be coming to your living rooms soon courtesy of some hot new Blu-ray pressing, but one of the most compelling pieces of the technology shown on that series still remains elusive: the holodeck. Don't get down, sunshine, because we might soon be making...
Project Holodeck and Oculus Rift hope to kickstart every gamers' VR dream for $500 (video)

Razer's Windows 8 gaming tablet is still baking

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Razer's CEO and Creative Director Min-Liang Tan, confirmed via a tweet Thursday that the company's Project Fiona gaming tablet, first discussed at CES 2012, is in the design stages and will eventually be released. He sent out a Facebook update Wednesday asking for 10,000 likes in seven days to gauge interest and to...
Razer's Windows 8 gaming tablet is still baking

Briefly: Pizza Hut on Xbox Live, Razer Comms enters beta

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Microsoft and Pizza Hut have created an app for the Xbox 360 that can be used to order pizza. Gamers in the US can download the app to the console, which allows for both controller and Kinect motion controls to place the order and customize the pizza itself, according to...
Briefly: Pizza Hut on Xbox Live, Razer Comms enters beta

Review: Razer Tiamat 7.1 Gaming Headset

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Razer's Tiamat 7.1 is a tremendous piece of equipment, but if you aren't interested in buying a sound card, you'll want to keep looking....
Review: Razer Tiamat 7.1 Gaming Headset

Razer's John Wilson backstage at Expand (video)

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If you've laid hands (or just eyes) on Razer's Blade, Edge, Switchblade or Hydra, then you're familiar with John Wilson's work. As VP of the firm's Systems Product Group, Wilson has headed up the design of a bevy of gaming products. He talked shop on stage here at Expand,...
Razer's John Wilson backstage at Expand (video)

Best of CES 2013: Razer Edge

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Razer's unique gaming-centric tablet takes the cup at our 2013 Best of CES Awards. [Read more]...
Best of CES 2013: Razer Edge

Razer's customizable fight stick returns to TGS for final beta, is still nameless (video)

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Remember that disassembly friendly, unnamed Xbox 360 arcade stick Razer trotted out at TGS last year? It's back, and while it hasn't gained any traction in the moniker category, it's received a few notable hardware tweaks. Razer's TGS team told us the stick has been through a total of...
Razer's customizable fight stick returns to TGS for final beta, is still nameless (video)

Hidden Path looks to develop Defense Grid 2 with help from Kickstarter

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If you were a fan of Defense Grid, then here’s your chance to get into the development of its sequel, Defense Grid 2. The game’s developers, Bellevue-based Hidden Path Entertainment, launched a Kickstarter effort this week to raise more than $1 million to develop its successor. Hidden Path is hoping that...
Hidden Path looks to develop Defense Grid 2 with help from Kickstarter

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Razer's Heath Hatcher

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Sure plenty of companies are waiting for devoted conferences like E3 to launch their peripherals, but this year's CES has afforded an interesting opportunity for smaller organizations to steal the spot light. We'll be meeting with Razer's Heath Hatcher to discuss the Edge, and what it's like launching gaming...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Razer's Heath Hatcher

Game on! Razer to honor fake 90 percent off coupon

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The internet is often renowned for its amazing bargains, but in the uncharted waters of cyberspace the best deals are usually too good to be true. This isn't one of those times. Recently, a bogus coupon for 90 percent off at Razer's UK store went viral, which resulted in...
Game on! Razer to honor fake 90 percent off coupon
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