Razer continued to deliver new and, well targeted hardware for gamers, streamers and enthusiasts alike. In just the past fortnight, we’ve see a number of hardware releases.

Razer Moray are new in-ear monitors aimed at streamers who don’t necessarily want to have over the head audio running for hours at a time. Of course, the right headset is super comfortable but if you don’t want to wear one, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice audio quality. The Moray covers high level audio and in ear comfort without the reliance on battery life means your audio will last as long as you can online.

Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Hardware Business Unit said:

It’s an evolution in gaming audio, designed to offer streamers high-definition sound and all-day comfort. With the Razer Moray, we’re bringing the exceptional audio quality typically associated with in-ear monitors to not only streamers, but gamers as well. And we’re proud to announce this product has earned the coveted global gold standard mark of audio fidelity, THX Certification.

The Moray has a great audio response range, provides up to 36db of passive noise reduction with all of this delivered for $249.95 in the coming months.

Razer Cobra lineup

While Razer has hardware right across the peripherals range, they’re perhaps best known in many circles for mice and keyboards. With the addition of the Cobra lineup, Razer has added some highly capable mice to the potential purchase decision for discerning gamers.

Barrie Ooi, Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division said:

The Cobra Pro stands unrivalled as the most immersive, feature-rich wireless and symmetrical mouse available today, and we can’t wait for our community to try it out for themselves.

Carrying a huge feature set, the Cobra Pro is an impressive device offering:

  • 5 onboard memory profiles and 11 individually addressable Chroma RGB zones
  • Seven buttons on top, two side and one bottom button, the Cobra Pro has huge possibilities for quick-to-reach commands
  • The five onboard memory profiles, configured via Razer Synapse, can be cycled through at the bottom of the mouse
  • Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor
  • Approximately 100 hours of gameplay on Hyperspeed wireless and easy charging while still playing

All of this is in a package that weighs just 77g and costs AU$234.95 or, the Cobra (a wired model) costs just $70.95

Finally, for those who’ve gone deep into the PUBG:BATTLEGROUNDS world, there’s some new themed gaming gear. What users who are after new gear can get includes:

  • Razer Viper V2 Pro: AU$329.95 – PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS Edition
  • Razer Huntsman V2: AU$489.95 – PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS Edition
  • Razer Barracuda X: AU$249.95 – PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS Edition

Each comes with some in-game gear like a Razer Hat with the Viper V2 Pro, a Jacket with the Huntsman V2 and a set of pants if you purchase the Barracuda X.

Addie Tan, Associate Director of Business Development at Razer said:

Razer is thrilled to partner with KRAFTON on this exciting collection, when you combine our expertise in gaming peripherals with their innovative approach to immersive gaming, you get a cool new collection that resonates with gamers worldwide and captivates gamers and enthusiasts alike.

The PUBG themed hardware will be arriving soon in retail channels for Australia.