Razer

  • Razer moves into wireless power, debuts HyperFlux mouse and pad

    Razer moves into wireless power, debuts HyperFlux mouse and pad

    The wireless charging movement is getting one more boost today, this time from the world of gaming. Razer, the tech giant that has built a brand (and very loyal following) as a gaming-first hardware company, is announcing HyperFlux, a new wireless power technology that will be making its first appearance a new mouse, the Razer Mamba HyperFlux, and a corresponding power mat. Priced at… Read More

  • Netflix on the Razer Phone is getting HDR and Dolby 5.1 audio

    Netflix on the Razer Phone is getting HDR and Dolby 5.1 audio

    Just a quickie out of CES for anyone out there carrying a Razer phone: your Netflix app is about to get a rather snazzy feature that most devices don’t have. Later this month, Netflix on the Razer phone will support HDR10 video and Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 audio. Do you need 5.1 audio support on a phone with two speakers? Maybe not. But it’s there! And if you find yourself hooking… Read More

  • Gaming firm Razer up 18% following Hong Kong IPO

    Gaming firm Razer up 18% following Hong Kong IPO

    Razer has continued a winning streak of IPOs from Asian companies after its share price surged as much as 41 percent up on its first day of trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The company, which makes accessories for PC gamers, laptops and is preparing to sell its first smartphone, raised $529 million from the sale of 1,063,600,000 shares. After deductions, Razer estimated its take-home… Read More

  • Razer to raise upwards of $504 million in Hong Kong IPO

    Razer to raise upwards of $504 million in Hong Kong IPO

    PC gaming company Razer is set to raise upwards of US$504 million (HK$3.9 billion) when it lists on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Monday. The company, which develops gaming-focused accessories for PCs, laptops and is preparing to sell its first smartphone, today priced its shares at HK$3.88, or US$0.50. That comes in towards the high-end of its HK$2.93-HK$4.00 price range set last… Read More

  • First Look at the Razer Phone

    This is the Razer phone

    It’s no big secret that Razer (the company best known for building gaming peripherals and laptops) has been building a phone. The company bought fledgling smartphone maker Nextbit earlier this year, and there’s been talk of a Razer phone ever since. Sure enough, here it is: the Android-powered Razer phone. Read More

  • Crunch Report | Razer Looks to Raise $550 Million in Hong Kong IPO

    Razer looks to raise $500 million in Hong Kong IPO, Google releases a new hardware kit for Hangouts Meet and Netflix halts production on House of Cards. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

  • Gaming accessories firm Razer to raise up to $550M in Hong Kong IPO

    Gaming accessories firm Razer to raise up to $550M in Hong Kong IPO

    Razer, the U.S.-Singapore firm that produces PCs and peripherals for gamers, is set to raise as much as $550 million from its Hong Kong IPO after it revealed its price range. The company first filed to go public in July, and today it confirmed that it plans to offer 1,063,600,000 shares at a range of HK$2.93-HK$4.00, that’s around $0.38-$0.51. If the full allocation sells at that top… Read More

  • Razer’s gunmetal Blade Stealth is like dressing a gaming laptop in a suit

    Razer’s gunmetal Blade Stealth is like dressing a gaming laptop in a suit

    An all-black exterior, backlit triple snake logo and a keyboard with every color in the rainbow is often what kept corporate types and minimalists away from Razer’s laptop portfolio. Now for the first time, Razer is making a laptop with a new color scheme, with a basic backlit keyboard, sans snake light show — it’s refreshing. Read More

  • Hong Kong is showing promise as a destination for tech IPOs

    Hong Kong is showing promise as a destination for tech IPOs

    The U.S. tech IPO window may have reopened in 2017 following a lull last year, but the outlook is also looking rosier for another listing platform located on the other side of world. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE) is experiencing a renaissance of sorts among the tech industry. Selfie app company Meitu held the largest listing from a tech company for nearly a decade in December —… Read More

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