We’ve covered some of the peripherals that Razer offer recently and following a successful — albeit virtual — CES, Razer has started 2021 strong. In fact, they started the year very strong taking out the “People’s Choice Award” for the second year running showing a continued high level user experience.

It’s not just their user experience being consistently excellent that gets Razer where they currently sit, it’s also their ability to think and innovate. A prime example of this recently was their Project Hazel, a “smart” mask for the new normal world we’re living in. That ability to delivery, think and innovate is a key driver in the winning of 19 awards from a variety of respected publications at CES in 2021.

Kicked off with the Razer Blade 15 which took out:

  • Best of CES, People’s Choice Award – Engadget
  • Editor’s Choice – Slickdeals
  • Editor’s Choice – Reviewed.com
  • Best Gaming Laptop – Android Authority
  • Best Gaming Laptop – Best Products

The Razer Blade Pro 17 took out the Best Gaming Laptop – Techaeris.

The earlier mentioned, Razer Project Hazel took out a number of awards:

  • Best of CES – Window’s Central
  • Best of CES – PC World
  • Best of CES – PC Mag
  • Best of CES – Mashable
  • Best Concept – How-To-Geek
  • Hottest of CES – TechRadar
  • Best in Show – Trusted Reviews
  • Best Concept – Tom’s Hardware
  • Best in Show – Tech Advisor

and finally Razer Project Brooklyn is a concept gaming setup that I’d consider as a must have when I win the lotto and with good reason, look at the thing and the experience it will provide gamers.

  • Best of CES: Best Concept – Tom’s Guide
  • Best of CES – Window’s Central
  • Hottest of CES – TechRadar
  • Best in Show – Trusted Reviews

There’s a lot to like in Razer’s hardware and peripherals and when you consider their dedication to a consistent user experience, it’s no wonder they’re loved by gamers: Amateur to professional levels, around the world.