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Post by trog @ 10:58am 18/06/10 | 9 Comments
Peripheral developer Razer have announced that they've launched some new StarCraft 2-themed hardware bits:
Razer, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, has joined forces with Blizzard Entertainment, a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software renowned for creating some of the industry's most critically acclaimed games, to introduce an entire suite of peripherals designed specifically for the release of Blizzard Entertainment’s highly anticipated real-time strategy (RTS) game StarCraft® II: Wings of Liberty™. Featuring a look and feel inspired by the StarCraft universe, this line of peripherals includes the Razer Spectre™ StarCraft II Gaming Mouse, the Razer Marauder™ StarCraft II Gaming Keyboard and the Razer Banshee™ StarCraft II Gaming Headset.

“We are all huge StarCraft players here at Razer, so we are really excited to give gamers a first glimpse at the StarCraft II gaming peripherals,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president, Razer USA. “The peripherals were created with our newly developed APM (Actions-Per-Minute) Lighting System™ and feature a gaming-optimized design inspired by the StarCraft universe to complement the on-screen action.”
You can check them out on the Razer website. The mouse is USD$79.99, the keyboard $119.99, and the headset is $119.99












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Sc00bs
Posted 11:02am 18/6/10
o0o0 pretty, really like razer products

ive got one of their mouses and its the best mouse ive ever used
Reverend Evil™
Posted 11:11am 18/6/10
A lot of people on the WoW forums have been complaining about the WoW mouse these guys have made. Seems the paint/color comes off quite easy and the buttons aren't responsive after a while. Maybe it was just a bad batch or something because they look quite good. Only bad thing is lefties can't use them so that counts me out.
Hogfather
Posted 11:28am 18/6/10
Haha lefty! Are you ginger too? :PPP

Man that whole APM thing looks awesome. The kids and wifey could be all DONT GO NEAR DADDY IF THE LIGHTS ARE RED HE WILL ASPLODE
CSIRAC
Posted 11:28am 18/6/10
the best sc keyboard is a 20 dollar one where you go around removing all unnecessary keys.
Thundercracker
Posted 11:28am 18/6/10
I have a razer mouse and keyboard. Love their stuff.
greazy
Posted 11:32am 18/6/10
hahaha it's a bunch of normal hardware with blue lights.

lol
jbanger
Posted 12:22pm 18/6/10
The APM lights seem like a huge gimmick! "Oh I'll just lose APM while I look at my lights to see my APM"... Fail. Other than that it looks pretty cool.
Hogfather
Posted 12:23pm 18/6/10
The APM lights seem like a huge gimmick! "Oh I'll just lose APM while I look at my lights to see my APM"... Fail. Other than that it looks pretty cool.

If you can't notice the colour of the shiny lights in your peripheral vision then you are captain failboat.
BoneyD
Posted 12:59pm 18/6/10
^ On that, is the name supposed to be referring to someone who razes buildings?
(i.e. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/raze)

Or is it just a clever mispelling of 'razor'?
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