Razer Nabu Watch, in short two different core function in one watch, you have a digital chronograph in main screen and smart function on the secondary screen. Design wise look exactly like a G-shock watch, with an all black look with some green highlight around the buttons and font, what is interesting is the green glow neon color in purple lighting beautifully. The 4 side button are texture nicely and is nice to press doesn’t feel soft and mushy as it have some resistance to it. For additional 50USd more you can go for the Forge edition which comes with a stainless build , looks much sexier but sticking with the edition is fine. more “Razer Nabu Watch Review”
Looking at physical features, it has 4 pin connector which is the package includes an audio and mic splitter for PC use. The cable is soft and it is nice to touch. At the controls, you have the volume wheel and in light mic, which you can mute with the switch toggle. more “Razer Kraken Pro 2015 Gaming Headset Review”
Razer released the Death Adder Black Edition some time back, so today we’re going to take a look and see if it’s still relevant in today’s standard. It shares the same design with the regular Death Adder like the shape, size and button placements. It really suits palm grip style users like me (Ariff). The difference is in the finish. It has a matte black and grey design that is much stealthier and grippier. Matte finishes always appeal to me as I don’t have to worry about taking care of the surface too much.
The GUNNAR RPG are 1 out of 2 lines in a collection produced under their partnership with Razer. The other one being the GUNNAR Cerberus. This partnership unites GUNNAR’s expertise in lenses and technology (GUNNAR’s iAMP lenses) with frames designed by Razer to bring you eye care glasses that look awesome. more “Razer Gunnar RPG Onxy Review | Gaming Glasses”