With CES now winding up for another year, Razer, one of the leading smartphone and gaming brands has announced a suite of products to tempt you to consider spending your hard earned bucks on. The company is debuting revolutionary Razer Sensa HD Haptics shown on the Project Esther concept, the new Razer Iskur V2 gaming chair, a new addition to the Razer Gamer Room line, and the next generation of Razer Blade laptops.
Razer Sensa HD Haptics debuting with Project Esther – the World’s First HD Haptics Gaming Cushion
The Sensa HD Haptics the company states is the world’s revolutionary experience which elevates the gaming experience, blurring the lines between physical reality and the virtual world. The cushion has Nari Ultimate introduced Razer HyperSense haptics via wideband Voice-Coil Actuators and advanced Digital Signal Processing, offering gamers immersive and reactive haptics. In 2022, Razer acquired Interhaptics, the leading haptics development platform for game studios.
Razer Sensa HD Haptics pushes these boundaries further with a sophisticated software-device integrated platform using Interhaptics technology, allowing for greater developer customization and enriched gaming experiences, with game developers able to have full control over the haptics directionality, multi-actuator experiences, and multiple-device integration between different platforms and peripherals.
Razer Sensa HD Haptics and Project Esther represent a significant stride in gaming technology, affirming Razer’s commitment to pushing the limits of gaming immersion. It is unsure how much both will cost and availability but please watch this space for updates.
A New Generation of Razer Blades: Unleashing Power, Portability, and World First Innovations
Razer have also announced three new Blade gaming laptops which the company has stated introduces ground breaking hardware and world first innovations, but also embodies the distinctive Razer Advantage.
The Blade 16, Blade 14, and Blade 18 all comes with Windows 11 right out of the box, Calman Verified Displays, Enhanced Audio with THX Integration, Extended Battery Warranty of up to 2 years and RazerCare for peace of mind which allows you extend the warranty for three years however this is only available in selected countries.
The Blade 16 comes with a world’s first OLED 240Hz 16-inch display, all-new Intel Core i9-14900HX processor and up to NVIDIA® GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card. There is also comes with AI Tensor Cores enabling unmatched AI performance in creative apps.
The Razer Blade 16 is available for $2999.99USD which is approximately $5,699.00 AUD and is available right now off the Razer website.
The Blade 14 has been built for those gamers on the go, with the Blade 14 updated with the all-new AMD Ryzen 9 8945HS processor and featuring up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop Graphics with a QHD+ 240 Hz display.
The Blade 14 comes with an upgradeable DDR5 memory and the latest connectivity options including USB4 and Wi-Fi 7, its cutting-edge features will lead the pack for years to come.
The Blade 14 piercing will be released closer to the pre-order date which is set for approximately January 23rd.
The Blade 18 which is the last of the line up and the company has stated is set to redefine the large-format gaming laptop category.
The Blade 18 comes with the world’s first 4K 165Hz 18-display display and leading the charge with Thunderbolt 5, the latest from Intel’s high performance connectivity protocol.
The Thunderbolt 5 allows users to connect multiple high resolution gaming displays, high speed storage, and all-in-one docks, through Bandwidth Boost, up to 120 Gbps, three times more bandwidth than the current leading connection protocol.
There wasn´t much given about the internals for the Blade 18 and regarding pricing, this will be announced closer to the release date.
Razer also announced a couple of additional products such as a Monitor Light Bar and a Razer Iskur V2 Gaming Chair alongside the laptop and haptics.
So which is your favourite that has been announced, let us know in the comments below