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For me I would get a Razer Mamba chroma (tournament Ed). Razer firefly (hard mat), the Blackwidow chroma V2 (razer green switches) and as for headset I would choose the Razer Kraken 7.1 chroma.
My setup is getting old now as most of it consist of razer product before RGB. I think it's time to update and add some colour. #RGBhype
Good luck to all!
Blackwidow X TE Chroma Yellow - love mechanical switches but love razer yellows for fast typing
Deathadder Elite - I have been using the DeathAdder for 3 years and I has held up and the only next step is Elite
Firefly Cloth - come on its chroma #RGB
Kraken 7.1 V2 - Same with Kraken I Used a Kraken for over 2 years and got amazing performance
Stargazer - I Stream In my off time and have no way of getting a green screen to cover my room
It is always great to see other peoples dream Razer Builds!
In this month’s edition of What’s In Your Bag?, we’re featuring Team Razer’s summer intern and college undergrad, Kerry “Dust” Wu, who just spent 3 awesome months at our Singapore HQ learning about esports management. Find out what he has in his backpack and his thoughts on working with us at Razer—his first foray into the gaming industry.
Tell us more about yourself, what do you do for a living? What do you do for fun? A fun fact?
Hey guys, what’s up? My name is Kerry and I’m from Seattle, WA. I’m a student at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where I study Data Science in the Engineering College.
For fun, I like to play video games (duh) but I also really enjoy playing football with friends. Nothing is better than getting 10 of your buddies together and enjoy some 5v5 touch football in a random parking lot or field. We also play the other football (soccer). I mean, I’m trash, but anything is fun with friends.
A fun fact…If I say I interned at Razer that would be cheating, wouldn’t it? I have been snowboarding for the last 13 years. Though I’m not particularly good at it and I can’t land a freaking jump for the life of me, I really do enjoy it.
What’s in your bag?
Mostly school stuff (boring I know): my notebook, pens and pencils, a calculator. I also pack up my Surface and its charger and external battery. During early Fall/Spring I tend to bring my penny board with me, just because I’m too lazy to walk from class to class. What else? My keys, my Bose Headset (I love these things especially when I don’t want to talk to people) and a pack of gum.
Not much overall, I like to travel light—everything (not so) neatly packed in the Razer Rogue I scored during my internship.
What’s a typical day like for you? (At school and out of school)
A typical day for me…During school, it involves going to lectures (obviously), with sometimes a quick trip to the gym between classes. After that, I’ll chill with friends, whether that’s in somebody’s room or playing Xbox/Overwatch together online. Then a combination of procrastination, homework and games until about 2-3am where I just lay in bed and watch YouTube videos till I pass out. Not that wild xD
On weekends, I’m pretty laid back so just chilling with friends. I may hit the gym if it’s not too busy. Other than that, I watch a lot of American football (Go Hawks!), movies and TV shows.
What’s an item you carry you cannot live without?
This is easy; My phone! I mean, us “Millennials”, (or is it Gen Z?) would be lost without our mobiles—when my phone’s out of battery, I don’t know what to do with my hands, it’s a real struggle.
How was your experience interning with Razer?
It was a really interesting experience. Having only worked in the U.S. and for American companies before Razer, it was unique seeing how things go on the other side of the world. Being American, I guess we have this arrogance about ourselves, where we think we’re always the best in business, so it was eye-opening to see it from a different perspective.
Is there anything you would like to say to fans looking to intern or gain experience at Razer?
If you’re not at least Master in Overwatch, don’t bother. Just kidding, ya boi’s low gold #hype.
For real though, my advice would be to follow your passion: “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life”. We don’t just spend all day playing video games (ok I might have, but that’s not normal). You must be passionate about gaming, Razer and its community. It’s a constant race to be the first and the best. It was amazing to feel the energy and passion the teams put in Razer products. Team Razer loves doing what they do, and that’s why they’re the best – that’s advice applicable everywhere and for everyone.
TL;DR – Do what you love!
As a college student, Kerry packs up his gear in the Razer Rogue Backpack. To celebrate back to school, we’re offering you a chance to score your own – enter now:
Good evening, everyone!
If you love spooky treats and love to compete, then hang out with us this Halloween at the RazerStore San Francisco where you and your friends can meet!
We'll be having events going on all day, so you'd better come in, have a seat, and play.
Then near the end of the day, you'd better not stray, because we'll be showing off a bunch of cosplay!
And as always, remember our motto:
Touch. Play. Stay.
Events are as follows.
Trick-Or-Treats (All Day)
Costumed persons of all ages who come into our store are welcome to a handful of assorted candies!
THS Logo Photo-Op (All Day, except during Cosplay Contest)
Costumed persons of all ages are welcome to commemorate their Halloween at RazerStore SF by taking a photo in front of our giant, glowing THS logo.
Feel free to also post your pics up on Facebook or Twitter and tag us with #RazerSF !
FNAF Mini-Contest (2pm-6pm)
Who can survive the most nights at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza?
- You will be competing in groups of 5.
- The last player standing is the winner!
Paranormal Activity VR Experience Station (2pm-6pm)
Do you have enough guts to wander through a haunted house?
- Only 1 person at a time.
- Each player will have 15 minutes to explore the game.
- Each new player has the choice of starting a new game, or continuing where the previous player left off.
- Younger audiences ages 14 and under will need parental permission to play.
Cosplay Contest (6:00pm-8:30pm)
All cosplayers of all ages are welcome to join RazerStore SF's annual Halloween Cosplay Contest!
Details and registration for the contest will be posted soon in an upcoming thread.
In the meantime, go through your closets or get your sewing machines running and start planning to show up in your most fabulous outfit!
If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, feel free to post here and let me know!
See you all there!