Razer Launches Lycosa Gaming Keyboard & Piranha Headset
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
Gaming-oriented peripheral maker Razer has just announced two new products, the Lycosa gaming keyboard and the Piranha headset. They have also showcased the Belkin n52te speedpad, which is part of the companys Powered by Razer initiative.
The Razer Lycosa is designed for fast, efficient gameplay and superior actions-per-minute thanks to its 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time. By offering illuminated, non-slip rubber keys and Hyperesponse technology; full control is in the gamers hands, empowering gamers to operate under any conditions and at professional gaming speed. Durable and ultra-portable, the Razer Lycosa is fit for the most heated LAN gaming sessions by offering immediately accessible USB, earphone and microphone jacks.
The Razer Piranha delivers realistic in-game stereo audio with superior clarity and deep bass tones for discerning gamers requiring superior audio fidelity. Featuring plug-and-play functionality, the Razer Piranha also sports an adjustable noise-canceling microphone enabling gamers to communicate with teammates in the noisiest of gaming situations. The ergonomically designed and cushioned earphones also offer hours of comfort and functionality for extended gaming sessions.
As the leading gaming accessories manufacturer, Razer makes an ideal partner for us as we return to the gaming arena. After listening to the gaming community, we found that our award-winning n52 still stood to be improved. And now, by powering its successor, the n52te, with Razer's powerful on-board memory software, we are introducing a stronger and even deadlier SpeedPad, said Chris McGugan, VP of Product Management, Belkin International.
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