We’re getting ever closer to Christmas, and Razer has provided numerous goodies to include on gamers’ Christmas lists following a series of announcements at their RazerCon 2020 event. Razer has developed a reputation for selling highly-priced and enthusiast-grade gaming peripherals, and during Razer’s show, they unveiled some new additions to their lineup via a GameSpot article.
For all of Razer’s gaming experience, they’ve never set a foot into the world of gaming chairs, until now. Their very first crack of the whip, the Iskur, sports a new type of lumbar support system that is adjustable to your personal specifications. The chair boasts a foam cushion that moves forward and back instead of the traditional system that moves the back of the chair forwards and backward. Razer says that the Iskur will improve gamers’ posture and response time by optimizing the seating position for the spine.
In another Razer first, the Tomahawk is the company’s first fully-developed PC case, available in two sizes – mini-ITX and full-size ATX, both of which sport glass openings so everyone can see your magnificent combination of cables, components, and RGB lighting.
While the Blade 15 and the Blade 17 Pro are titans in their own right within the laptop space, Razer’s Blade 13 Stealth is much more of a portable beast, with the notebook being one of the most powerful in the world for its tiny size. The newest version looks to continue that legacy, including an 11th-gen Intel CPU and a Nvidia GTX 1650Ti. However, this year, there’ll be two different versions of the Stealth. One will have a 120hz 1080p display, and the other has an OLED touchscreen, which will be more suitable for content creators.
Finally, Razer dropped a mini version of their Seiren streaming microphone and a wireless version of their pink Kraken (Kitty Edition) headphones. Fancy any of those? Well as ever, Razer products don’t exactly come cheap. Neither does the recently announced Halo gear, thanks to a partnership with 343 Industries – read more about that here, as well as unveiling a new plushie based on a snake designed by one of Razer’s employees. Each purchase of the plushie goes towards saving 10 trees.