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What would you like to see next from Razer?

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Razer Firefly Extended Edition or any extended iluminated mouse pad. Also a chair from Razer would be cool
I would love to see a high quality RAZER display. Especially one for travelling with easily.
A Razer Monitor would be appreciated, not only monitor with a TN panel: even an IPS would be very smooth to bind Gaming and Work. Last time I checked the ITA store was a lack of gaming systems, a Desktop made by Razer and commercialized in Italy too would be nice
i'd like to see a new keyboard design that is different to others, i would like it to have the fastest button reaction time and for it to be comfortable
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Everyone knows there is already a chroma monitor right? Levono Y27G RE. Or do you just want more options of sizes/resolutions/Freesync/TN/IPS?

Razer could do more actually, since Razer monitor with rgb is quite often asked in this thread, but i think they want make something different like project Valerie because monitor market competitors is quite huge. My opinion is how about trying similar with project Valerie which has smaller number competitors like USB powered monitor, i think blade owner will get it for travel companion and your competitor i think is only gechic which put insane price for cheap built external monitor, put some chroma effect, and Razer logo on it and you will get my money;) Btw linustech had also made a joke on project Valerie with gechic monitors.
I have had this idea for a new chroma accessory. This is simply a light that can mount inside behind your monitor or indise your PC.

This can use the existing Razor FireFly coding for the chroma Apps, making this thing very simple and easy to design. I think it would also make people's rigs and setups that more impressive when the lighting not only changes on your periferals, but also in your surroundings.

I'm sure many would agree that this would make your rig look that much cooler in action.
Razer case fans with the signature design and green/RGB LEDs.. Right now on the market the only PWM green case fans I could find were BitFenix and they are not the best. I am using non-PWM Dual-X Cougars, I probably won't upgrade any time soon but if I could get (PWM) Razor case fans from the get-go, I would have done it in a heartbeat.
a split key ergonomic version of the chroma blackwidow stealth
Chroma phone cases? That would legitimately be sick, a phone case that has lights powered by the phone. Granted it would use a ridiculous amount of battery, but it would be incredible
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As we're closing off the year and prepping for the new one, I'd love to hear from the community what new products you'd like to see in 2015. Let me know in the comments below!

i would like to see something that everyone can buy, for example razer stickers to decore your setup or green cables that you can put inside of your PC case 🙂
I want to change my Razer Mouse Bungee for something new and I hope you release soon Mouse bungee with Chroma lights + usb 3.0 ports to plug all my razer gear 😉
Razer Toaster
RGB lights in the shape of the Razer logo
Min-Liang Tan
As we're closing off the year and prepping for the new one, I'd love to hear from the community what new products you'd like to see in 2015. Let me know in the comments below!

I've been shopping around for a new keyboard lately. I have a Lycosa, which I really like but it's showing age. I'm interested in trying a mechanical, yellow or orange switch. My only hang up is the lack of dedicated media keys. Ornata chroma looks nice too but same issue there with the keys. It sounds picky but function-based media keys don't always work and I don't want a new board without being able to change or stop tracks while keeping the game full screen. To answer the question I just want dedicated media keys on a board again. Really like the lancehead mouse, that'll be my next mouse for sure.
Led lights on tape that synchronize with the rest of peripherals via a microcontroller that plugs as a usb. Or a monitor seems like a more realistic idea
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As we're closing off the year and prepping for the new one, I'd love to hear from the community what new products you'd like to see in 2015. Let me know in the comments below!

Razer Toaster???
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I would like to see some kind of recovery system in the Razer backpacks. Some kind of chip that we can call up Razer Recovery (new department), and have them activate it and they can tell us where our stolen Razer backpack is. We can take that information to the police and get our awesome Razer backpack back.

Note - I do not have a Razer backpack yet - I was just thinking of people over the years who must have had their gear stolen.
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Why on Earth would you put your first post in this thread, and not even say what you would like to see Razer develop next?
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a 1 ms response scissor switch laptop style keyboard perfectly aligned f row with custom buttons like a smaller spacebar and larger alt / double sized ctrl , ps/2 connector (for full anti ghosting?) call it the super ultimate keyboard by razer haha 😃
I want a 60% mechanical keyboard ♥️
That'd be so cool.

Also watercooling made by Razer, or some sort of cables to customize your computer with sexy green braided cables.
I want a razer screen computer
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As we're closing off the year and prepping for the new one, I'd love to hear from the community what new products you'd like to see in 2015. Let me know in the comments below!

I would like to see a couple of things, some of these would be very easy to implement!

1.) Feedback Hub - Similar to what Microsoft has implemented with Windows 10. The feedback hub allows to post suggestions and bugs, along with having the community up vote features. For Razer this could be for both hardware and software cycles. Ask the community how important a specific hardware feature would be.

2.) Standardize or Optional Add-ons for hardware orders. Example: Windows Hello support for all notebooks as this cannot be added on later. Or the ability to choose a Windows Hello option when ordering. I honestly had cash in hand for the Razer Blade Pro notebook, but no Windows Hello hardware support I'm skipping this device. I have the Razer Stargazer camera on my desktop at home which is brilliant and cant live without it, and I have a Surface Pro 4 with built in Hello Camera. Since this device is pretty expensive I want to make sure its future proofed and security features are top my list. Windows Hello and TPM 2.0 chips should be standard on all devices or the option to add-on at check out.

3.) Better forums response's around early announced products. I was looking at the Razer Bank and it has QC (Quick Charge) technology for devices its charging such as an iPhone, but I couldn't find out if it has QC for the Power Bank itself. I honestly expect better from Razer when entering a market to come out swinging against the competition. To be honest 12,800 mAh, Most of the banks on the market are pushing way beyond this such as Anker Powercore II is in the 20,000 mAh and QC for the bank and device itself.

The Power Bank spec/feature table doesn't talk about QC and doesn't say if the device itself has it. I think if the #1 above feedback existed the Power Bank could come out to be a more well rounder product by asking how many mAh, are there any must have features, what weight is too heavy, etc. The Power Bank is well under development and this is another product I most likely wont pick up now because if it doesn't have QC for the device itself it will take hours to charge full.

Hopefully reading this and take a quick look at your product page and you can also see in the forums I asked the same question with no answer. https://www.razerzone.com/gaming-accessories/razer-power-bank

Both #2 and #3 come from having better feedback and more open responses by implementing #1! I really thinking taking a page from Microsoft with the Feedback hub app, but also all their software. I just voted and posted feedback for Windows 10 features, Outlook for iOS, To-Do, OneNote UWP, and Outlook desktop. It feels great to see these being looked at and in a lot of cases the feedback actually helping make products better!