What would you like to see next from Razer?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Min-Liang Tan, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. TheOneAFK

    TheOneAFK New Member

    Maybe a new "big" laptop for gaming.. im kinda scared of buying a thin laptop because 99% of them overheat.. if the razor blade had much more air flow i would probably 100% buy it, but looking up on peoples reviews on this topic i just will stick for the desktop for now..
     
  2. Milky

    Milky New Member

    I'd like to see something comparable to the nvidia shield portable with wi-fi and some kind of cellular coverage to play/stream steam games, seeing as I doubt they going to make anymore of that product with all the tablet and tv boxes they promoting. OOOOH and razor phones ... just saying
     
  3. Teratron

    Teratron New Member

    A Razer gaming Glove would be great! it would help support with the clicking
     
  4. vfbjesse

    vfbjesse Member

    i would love to see the wearables come back. the nabu x currently for sale is a good product but i would love to replace my nabu or even get the nabu watch
     
  5. Heijianke

    Heijianke New Member

    the Razer switchblade
     
  6. Teratron

    Teratron New Member

    Maybe something like some glasses for gaming as well cause it's straining for the eyes if you've been playing for hours.
     
  7. Ginova

    Ginova New Member

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  8. Ryan.

    Ryan. New Member

    Why is this thread still going, it's from 2014 lol
     
  9. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    The R&D staff probably peruse the thread looking for ideas to come up with. There are so many ways to dress up a keyboard before you run out of innovations.

    Besides, I like to think of the thread as one of the many ways Razer listens to their customers.
     
  10. TheDukeOfNukes

    TheDukeOfNukes New Member

    Razer Edge revival, anyone? I mean, we've already got laptops, we already have desktops (kinda), and we're getting a phone, so what happened to the good ol' tablet?
     
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  11. Haweye

    Haweye New Member

    I would like to see a desktop, fully designed by Razer, with parts handpicked for their quality and performance. I know about the maingear-razer desktops... but I would like something that only Razer had a hand in.... I don't mean the brands for the parts... but maingear had a say in some of what went into the desktops advertised on the Razer site, so I would like to see Razer completely design a desktop, perhaps a collection of parts and brands, that all work together?
    For example: Choice of various intel AND AMD chipset CPUs/Motherboards, so they do not turn away those who have some sort of brand-loyalty.
    Choice of AMD of NVIDIA GPUs, either alone or in a Crossfire/SLI configuration, such as 2 Asus Strix RX 580 8GB in a crossfire setup.
    Choice of 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB, to cover both gaming and large scale video rendering.
    Choice of various DDR4 RAM speeds.
    Various Hard Drive configurations, ranging from 1TB HDD, to a 1TB M.2 drive, and anything in between including 1 HDD and a SSD to handle the OS and most played games.
    A few different PSUs, including those from EVGA and Corsair, and whatever else may be used in a mid-high range PC.
    Choice of various cases, possibly from NZXT and Corsair, ranging from midtower, to full tower, both with and without optical drive bays(for those who need them/want them inside their PC, and those who do not need them and just want cosmetics/highest functionality)
    Choice of various cooling configurations, both liquid and air. Possibly with various colors/types of coolant for the liquid cooling system?

    In addition to this, I would like to see a list of benchmarks on popular games for the more popular configurations.
    This list would include both MMOs, and FPS games such as Overwatch, all tested on max settings.

    Hope you will consider this Razer!
     
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  12. Milliardo5

    Milliardo5 Member

    Well, seems like a gaming tablet has been made with Project Fiona. I am still pitching for my hybrid gaming tablet though, since my idea is not just a gaming tablet but rather it is a tablet, and actually more than that. I actually have a rather thorough plan for that already done.
     
  13. BlackSailss

    BlackSailss New Member

    Like most of post's monitor from razer would be awesome.
     
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  14. chroma lighting for the house, and other pc peripherals (like case fans, etc)
     
  15. LaserLemons

    LaserLemons New Member

    Better quality control. I purchased the Lancehead TEam Kill Bundle and I had issues with the Man O'War headset playing my game sounds through the mic when I mute it, the Lanchead TE has a loose left-clicker, the Leviathan Mini won't hold a charge, and the Blackwidow Chroma V2 sometimes won't light up red in certain zones (though that one might be a software issue). I'm going to be swapping all but the keyboard out through warranty when I have the chance.
     
  16. LaserLemons

    LaserLemons New Member

    Razer has always been known for their poor quality control. Alienware too. Ask anyone on /r/buildapc, /r/mechanicalkeyboards, or really any other subreddit or PC gaming forum.
     
  17. LaserLemons

    LaserLemons New Member

    I don't see how any of that was personal, I was just replying to your comment. I also didn't say Corsair doesn't have duds, I said Razer has poor quality compared to them. For example, for $170 I could get a Blackwidow Chroma V2 or a Corsair K70 LUX. The Razer keyboard is all-plastic with Razer's own switches, while the Corsair keyboard is brushed aluminum and has Cherry MX switches. For $80 you could get the Lancehead TE, which is all-plastic, weights 104 grams, and has 2 thumb buttons, or you get Corsair's Scimitar PRO which has metal in its construction, weighs 147 grams, and has 12 thumb buttons that can have their height adjusted. The switches and the scroll wheel on the Corsair mouse feel much better and more consistent than the Razer mouse, and my Lancehead TE's left-clicker is already broken after owning it for a month. I stand by my opinion that Razer's quality is poor. I would like them to improve it. I will not be switching from Razer products anytime soon because I like the aesthetic and Chroma. I will not waste any more time replying to this comment thread because I've provided enough evidence to back my opinion.
     
  18. PTSinger

    PTSinger Well-Known Member

    New thought. Something simple. I'd like the next Naga to have individual LEDs on the thumbpad, and an optical sensor. Diodes are getting smaller and smaller, and as such, I think it will be in the next year that Razer could put individual lights and transparent numbers on the grid.
     
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  19. Hucast

    Hucast Well-Known Member

    I don't know, maybe Razer should introduce a "retro" line. This thread here shows how much the original models fetch out in the wild!

    If I was Razer I'd be getting a piece of that action!:cool_:
     
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  20. Cramelunge

    Cramelunge New Member

    I Would love if haptic feedback could be implemented in the palm rest of the orbweaver keypad.
    A few reasons why haptic feedback can be really usefull on a keypad:
    -Keyboards dont require as much precision as a mouse so adding the immersion that vibrating gives when for example: When Getting shot on an fps , one would react to that a lot faster because of the vibration.
    -In mmo or mobas, haptic feedback could be used to give players reminders that a spell is off cooldown with different levels of vibrations.
    - The main reason why some people buy keypad, (Me and my brother), is to try to replace a controller (I love my orbweaver, but haptic feedback would make it even better).
    Me and my brother sometimes go back to playing in console mostly because of the haptic feedback that the controllers give.It makes it more immersive.

    If that could also be done on a razer mouse (lightly so that it doesnt affect precision) would be good too.