Razer Shows off 1st Cut Into Games

Razer Shows off 1st Cut Into Games

Las Vegas, Nevada (CES 2023) – Razer™, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, won a plethora of awards at CES 2023. Beyond solidifying their place as the top gaming peripherals company in 2023 with their core products, Razer expanded into new categories such as a new mobile gaming handheld, the world’s first beamforming soundbar with head-tracking AI, a new Kiyo addition with the largest sensor ever in a webcam, their most powerful Blade gaming laptops ever, and more. At CES 2023, Razer continued to demonstrate their industry-leading innovation with these exciting products and concepts:

  • Razer Edge, the Ultimate Android Gaming Handheld – Developed with a 6.8” AMOLED display and 2400x1080 FHD+ resolution that boasts a 144Hz refresh rate, the Razer Edge is ideal for an always-connected mobile gaming experience. The handheld is the first device powered and developed exclusively for the latest Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 Gaming Platform, and is purpose-built with active cooling for long gaming sessions playing top AAA titles and native games on the go without having to compromise performance.
  • Razer Blade 16, Bigger. Better. Still the Best – Within the iconic machined aluminum chassis, the Blade 16 pushes performance and portability further than ever, with the world’s first 16-inch HDR-capable dual-mode mini-LED display that boasts 1000 nits peak brightness and less than 3ms response time with an ultra-smooth 240Hz refresh rate in native FHD+.[1]
  • Razer Blade 18, the ultimate desktop replacement – Boasting a massive 18” QHD+ 240Hz high refresh rate display, NVIDIA®’s next-generation RTX™ 40 series graphics processors running up to 175W TGP, upgradeable DDR5 5600MHz memory, a THX spatial audio 6-speaker array, and more, this is Razer’s most powerful laptop ever.
  • Razer Leviathan V2 Pro, the World’s First Beamforming Soundbar with Head-Tracking AI – Designed to deliver immersive 3D audio thanks to the integrated IR camera that detects the user’s position, allowing the soundbar to adapt the audio beams to the listener’s positioning in real-time, ensuring that they are always in the sweet spot for the best audio experience while gaming.
  • Razer Kiyo Pro Ultra, featuring the largest sensor ever in a webcam – designed to offer users DSLR-level detail and clarity with plug-and-play simplicity in the most powerful webcam from Razer so far.
  • Project Carol, the world’s first head cushion with enveloping near-field surround sound and haptics, taking gamers into a new world of audio and tactile immersion.
At the time of writing, Razer has received a total of 46 awards and top list placements from the following media:
Razer Edge (7 Awards)
  1. Yanko Design - Best of Razer’s gadgets launched at CES 2023
  2. Digital Trends - Top Tech CES 2023 (Physical)
  3. Windows Central - Best of CES (Physical)
  4. The Shortcut - Best of CES (Physical)
  5. T3 - Best Gaming Device (Physical)
  6. The Big Tech Question - Best of CES (Physical)
  7. TheGadgetFlow - Best of CES
Razer Blade 16 (7 Awards): 
  1. CNET - Best Laptops CES 
  2. Digital Trends - Best gaming laptops of CES 2023
  3. PC World - Best of CES 
  4. Pocket-Lint - Best of CES 
  5. Windows Central - Best of CES (Physical)
  6. Reviewed (USA Today) - CES Editors’ Choice (Physical) 
  7. PocketNow - Best of CES (Physical)
Razer Blade 18 (11 Awards):
  1. Tom’s Guide - 7 Best Gaming Laptops of CES
  2. Gear Patrol - Best Tablets, Laptops & Other Gadgets of CES
  3. PC World - Top 10 Laptops of CES
  4. CNET - Best Laptops of CES
  5. New York Times Wirecutter - Best of CES 2023
  6. Trusted Reviews - Best of CES (Physical)
  7. PC Gamer - Best of CES (Physical)
  8. PC Pro - Best of CES (Physical) 
  9. T3 - Best Gaming Laptop (Physical)
  10. The Big Tech Question - Best of CES (Physical)
  11. Android Authority - Best of CES (Physical)
Razer Leviathan V2 Pro (10 Awards):
  1. Review Geek - ‘Best in Gaming’
  2. Trusted Reviews - Best of CES (Physical)
  3. What Hi-Fi - Best of CES (Physical)
  4. Windows Central - Best of CES (Physical)
  5. Tom’s Guide - Best of CES (Physical)
  6. The Shortcut - Best of CES (Physical)
  7. TWICE - Best of CES (Physical)
  8. Phandroid - Best of CES (Physical)
  9. Soundguys - Best Audio Products of CES (Physical) 
  10. Sound and Vision - Best of CES (Physical)
Razer Kiyo Pro Ultra (8 Awards)
  1. USA Today Review - Best of CES (Physical)
  2. Tom’s Hardware - Best of CES (Physical)
  3. Windows Central - Best of CES (Physical)
  4. Laptop Magazine - Best of CES (Physical)
  5. Android Authority - Best of CES (Physical)
  6. CNN Underscored - Best of CES - Best Gaming Tech
  7. BestProducts - Best of CES
  8. Popular Mechanics - Best of CES
Razer Project Carol (3 Awards)
  1. Gear Patrol - Best Tablets, Laptops & Other Gadgets of CES
  2. Mashable - The best gaming tech at CES 2023
  3. Android Headlines - Best of CES 2023: Razer Project Carol

For more details on the new Razer products and concepts that were announced during the show, please see here.
Please find award group photos per product here.
Please find Razer’s full CES press kit here.
For more information on how Razer empowers you to #WinItYourWay, please see here.
Razer™ is the world’s leading lifestyle brand for gamers.
The triple-headed snake trademark of Razer is one of the most recognized logos in the global gaming and esports communities. With a fan base that spans every continent, the company has designed and built the world’s largest gamer-focused ecosystem of hardware, software and services.
Razer’s award-winning hardware includes high-performance gaming peripherals and Blade gaming laptops.
Razer’s software platform, with over 200 million users, includes Razer Synapse (an Internet of Things platform), Razer Chroma RGB (a proprietary RGB lighting technology system supporting thousands of devices and hundreds of games/apps), and Razer Cortex (a game optimizer and launcher).
Razer also offers payment services for gamers, youth, millennials and Gen Z. Razer Gold is one of the world’s largest game payment services, and Razer Fintech provides fintech services in emerging markets.
Founded in 2005, Razer is dual headquartered in Irvine (California) and Singapore, with regional headquarters in Hamburg and Shanghai. Razer has 19 offices worldwide and is recognized as the leading brand for gamers in the US, Europe and China.

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