Razer is starting the year with a bang by announcing their product line-up for this year at CES 2022, which includes laptops, the Fossil x Razer smartwatches, a gaming chair, and a highly-anticipated gaming desktop.
Razer Blade 14
The 14-inch gaming laptop of Razer is back, and this time it comes jam-packed with the latest AMD Ryzen 9 processor with an improved 16GB of DDR5 RAM, allowing a blazing-fast gaming device to surpass its predecessor.
The Blade 14 is still the thin, light, and compact device with incredible performance, but it's now even better - coming with a newly implemented MUZ Switch, it allows an increase in gameplay performance by using the discrete GPU to showcase games on the internal display. It also now has a fingerprint-resistant coating, as well as a 1080p IR webcam that supports Windows Hello. It starts from US$1,999.99 (~RM5467).
Razer Blade 15
Besides providing the latest chipsets from both NVIDIA GeForce and Intel, the Razer Blade 15 is now back with a cutting-edge display to show the latest hardware. The Blade 15 will carry on with providing the best in display technology, which includes a FULL HD 360Hz and QHD 240Hz configurations, as well as a new UHD 144Hz configuration. This IPS-Grade display features improved better refresh rates from the 60Hz of its predecessor, while still maintaining the 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, to remain clear and contrast for either work or play. It starts from US$2,499.99 (~RM10,514.96).
Razer Blade 17
The highest end of the Razer Blade line-up is the Razer Blade 17 - this laptop now has a total of eight speakers compared to the previous four, allowing creators to hear the slightest bit of detail in audio with additional headsets or speakers. Being a laptop backed by NVIDIA's Studio platform, creators will also get 70+ of the most popular creative software and applications to ease their workload. Additionally, this laptop now has a larger 82WHr internal battery which is 10WHr larger than the previous generation. It now comes with a newly designed GaN-powered- 280W charger in comparison to the previous 180W charger. It starts from US$2,699.99 (~RM11356.16).
Razer X Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch
The Razer X Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch now has sleep tracking and increased battery-changing speed to allow users to use their watch to the fullest for both day and night. It can track sleep history, monitor rests, and achieve sleep goals in the Sleep Tile throughout the night - it also reaches 80% charge in just a little over 30 minutes of charge. This paired with the Snapdragon Wear 4100+ allows users to quickly reach a full share in the morning after the watch tracks sleep the night before.
The Gen 6 now has an upgraded heart rate sensor to continuously track and send improved signal accuracy. Users will also be able to enjoy the new SpO2 sensor that tracks and provide an estimate of the wearer's blood oxygen measurement and how well the body is circulating oxygen.
The Razer X Fossil Gen 6 Smartwatch will soon be compatible with Google's new system update, the Wear OS 3. Other additional features include waterproof up to 3ATM, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, altimeter, PPG heart rate monitor, SpO2 monitor, off-body IR, and ambient light. It is equipped with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage.
The Razer X Fossip Gen 6 Smartwatch will be available for US$329 (~RM1,383.77), this month on the Razer and Fossil official site and selected retail stores with a limited quantity of just 1,337 units.
Project Sophia is the world's first modular gaming desk concept to allow an improved experience of both working and playing. The Project Sophia is fully modular and completely customizable, it is capable of supporting up to 13 modules for complete customization freedom - which allows each section ta task-specific component, may it be secondary screens, system recording tools, touch-screen hotkey panels, pen tablets, audio mixer units and even external capture cards.
To maximize desk space, Project Sophia has a customized PCB fitted with core components like the latest 12th Gen Intel Processor and an NVIDIA GPU which is all cased in a slim chassis with magnetic snaps, to allow easy installation of new upgrades. For even immersive customization, Project Sophia is lined with LEDs that can be synced with the Razer Chroma RGB system.
Enki Pro HyperSense
A total setup would never be complete without a gaming chair, that is why Razer also announced the Enki Pro HyperSense, which is an advanced gaming chair that is developed with D-BOX to provide authentic and lifelike feedback, also having an integrated Chroma RGB headrest to personalize their chair.
Having native support for over 2,200 games, movies, and music titles, players can feel every corner on the track as well as be immersed in the game surrounding because of the physical feedback provided by the Enki Pro HyperSense haptic. The haptic feedback is not limited to just gaming but media consumption can also benefit from the extra layer of immersion.
The Enki Pro HyperSense is powered by a haptic engine that has been developed to provide a range of vibrations, textures, and motions. With 65,000 haptic variations, it has tactile feedback of +/- 1 G-Force and can create 1.5 inches of vertical and backward tilt in your seat - with real-time synchronization, it ensures that all feedback is delivered immediately with a response time of 5ms.