Razer Toaster Project Breadwinner

The Razer Toaster, formerly known as Project Breadwinner, is now becoming a reality, says CEO Min-Liang Tan. “I’m going to put together my team of designers and engineers. It will take a few years, but I’ll be sure to share the progress,” said Tan on Facebook. Why? Well, his challenge was for his Facebook page “Give us the Razer Toaster” to reach over 1 million likes, and it’s blown past that. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

Razer Blade Stealth Quartz Pink Laptop

Razer has just unveiled the Quartz Pink edition of its Razer Blade Stealth ultraportable laptop. Not just a simple paint job, the chassis was Anodized at the sub-molecular level in futuristic pink, and the laptop itself is machine milled from a single block of high-grade aluminum. Featuring a Whisky Lake 8th-Gen Intel Core i7-8565U processor, 16GB of 2133MHz dual-channel memory, NVIDIA GeForce MX 150 4GB graphics a 256GB PCIe M.2 SSD and up to 11 hours of battery life, all packed into a frame that measures just 4.9mm thin. The display provides up to 100% sRGB color space for vivid colors, and improved power efficiency for longer battery life. Read more for another hands-on video and additional information/

Razer DeathAdder Elite

Razer’s DeathAdder Elite computer mouse has a true 16,000 5G optical sensor, and it can be picked up for $39.99 shipped, today only, originally $69.99. You can also tailor your gaming experience with programmable buttons and personalize your style through 16.8 million colors through LEDs with Razer Synapse. It was engineered to redefine the standards of accuracy as well as speed, and the mouse sensor crushes the competition with a Resolution Accuracy of 99.4%, so you’ll be able to land more killing blows with pinpoint precision.1000 Herz Ultrapolling. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Razer Raptor Monitor FreeSync CES 2019

Razer is known for their laptops and computer peripherals, but now, they’re getting into the gaming monitors realm, starting with the Raptor 27. Revealed at CES 2019, this 27-inch display features an “edge-to-edge” frame that sports 2.3mm bezels on each side, complete with a machined aluminum stand and base finished in matte-black. It may not be compatible with NVIDIA’s G-Sync, but the screen does support AMD FreeSync for smoother gameplay to go along with its 2,560 x 1,440 native resolution IPS display, 178 degree viewing angles, and 144Hz refresh rate. Read more for another hands-on video, pictures and additional information.