The Razer Phone 2 is poised to be the gaming phone to beat

It’s not the first time Razer has produced its own smartphone. Actually, it’s the second time! This time, the Razer Phone 2 addresses a lot of the shortcomings in the first-gen device, as well as adding Chroma lighting, wireless charging, and even Gigabit LTE.

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The Razer Blade 15 family is expanding with a new dual-storage model and colorway

Razer is “refreshing” the Blade 15 lineup by offering a new lower-end model to make the gaming laptop family more accessible. On the flip side, Razer is also adding a Mercury White colorway of the new Blade 15 to ensure that there’s an offering for more than …

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Magic Leap is real and it’s a janky marvel

After years of speculation, some mockery, and more than a little befuddlement, the Magic Leap augmented headset is arriving in the hands of developers and users — and its first product is a somewhat janky piece of magic. After officially announcing the availa…

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Commissioning Misleading Core i9-9900K Benchmarks

When a PC gaming site published early Core i9-9900K results today we were a little surprised. The title read “Intel’s Core i9 9900K is up to 50% faster than AMD’s Ryzen 7 2700X in games,” right away many of the results looked very suspect to me, having spent …

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