Razer has an ever-expanding portfolio of gaming products, but rather than trickling new headsets, laptops, and cases out individually, the snake-headed company held an online convention to the sound of metal acts like Sabaton and DragonForce’s Herman Li.
‘Made for gamers, by gamers’, as the company likes to say, RazerCon 2020 drummed up excitement by exclusively premiering content from Torchlight III, Gears Tactics, and MechWarrior 5, while also highlighting Empire of Sin, Crysis Remastered, and Resident Evil Village. The real stars of the show were Razer’s new goodies, however, although we might be biased – after all, you did click on an article about Razer products.
We’ve already explored how the Razer Iskur gaming chair debatably stole the show, expanding into a previously unexplored market for the company. We’ve also looked into how the Razer Seiren Mini shrinks down both the size and price of its flagship microphones, bringing an affordable clarity when gaming with friends and videoconferencing with work or family. Fortunately, RazerCon 2020 is the gift that keeps on giving, with plenty more products due out this year.
Original source: https://www.pcgamesn.com/razer/razercon-2020