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What would you like to see next from Razer?



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RGB cooling fans that actually perform well would be a wanted addition to the Chroma Eco System.
All I want from Razer now Is an updated version of the Orbweaver.

I don't care about chroma stuff or any of that,

I just want one with a more comfortable thumb trigger, and a hand rest where the padding doesn't come off and glue gets all over your hands.

oh, and If it has to be a chroma product, can it actually BE a chroma product and support chroma games like overwatch?
ZxJeremy
V2

NO QUESTION ASK I WILL BUY FOR SURE WITH CHROMA OF COURSE DUH....

You mean Nommo pro?
mltan
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 really want to see a keyboard with everything the same as the the blackwidow v2 ( green,Orange, yellow switches , rgb, unexposed keys, have usb and 3,5 mm Jack pass through) but with DEDICATED MEDIA KEYS

For me this would be the perfect keyboard
I'd like to see a steering wheel and flight stick.
Vertical mouse
Neutrinos
You mean Nommo pro?


That's two different words.


My Naga Razer lefthand is crushed i need next mouse, but no mouse lefthand to
buy... eh:(
leetYellowRoseinsider942
I often dream of an Orbweaver with analog keys, with the ability to switch any of them from analog to digital. Also, an analog thumbstick! I know a lot of people use WASD on their orbs, and use the 8-way hat as other hotkeys, so maybe you could make two different models and upcharge an analog stick model since it will require additional engineering and manufacturing costs. Precision rolling and strafing in space sims, being able to actually move and walk like a human in first person shooters, or any game really...with the ergonomic glory of an Orbweaver! The future of keyboards is analog, I think Razer should be on the forefront of it! :big_grin_:

A gamepad with an analog stick would be godsend--the limitations of WASD when it comes to efficiency and ergonomics has long since troubled me. It has always irked me that Razer sprung for a D-pad design rather than an analog stick in the Orbweaver. I would be at the forefront of fanatics willing to throw money at Razer for a peripheral much like the Orbweaver if it came ready with an analog stick compatible with most all games.
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@mltan

I've been seeing a lot of requests for an updated Razer Orbweaver so I think it's about time to release a new version. World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is just around the corner and it would be great to be able to acquire new gaming gear before it comes out including the Left Handed Naga Trinity for other players. I'm even thinking of upgrading to a (right handed) Razer Naga Trinity just for the expansion. Hopefully, the Razer Orbweaver V2 will be more compatible for people with smaller hands.

On a side note, not a single headset is compatible with Razer Synapse 3 and I think it's about time to either release a new headset or to make the older headsets compatible. I'm hoping to see a more durable Razer ManO'War V2 with THX Certification and improved wireless connectivity. It could maybe even have Bluetooth 5 supported.
ZxJeremy
THAT'S 2 DIFFERENT WORDS.

Yea, exactly.
Diamondback with PWM3389/PWM3390

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Man'o War v2 with the new style of headband (Thresher, etc).That would be nice.
How about a nice Wireless 60% Keyboard with Chroma... Call me crazy, but for casual clean setup this would look nice... TKL is still too big 😛
Are you thinking lapboard here or on desktop? For me the turret is quite a good lapboard solution - i like and use it a lot!
I've been looking at the Turret, but I'm thinking more for a desktop/Laptop on stand solution.

In a really small apartment where I cannot have a permanent setup, wireless peripherals are a must for when I (or my partner) need to clean-up quickly. So I'd be looking at the Wireless Mice options from Razer, as well as any Wireless Keyboards that are compact.
Still waiting for a Goliathus Extended Stealth.
Hi!
InvisoSniperX
I've been looking at the Turret, but I'm thinking more for a desktop/Laptop on stand solution.

In a really small apartment where I cannot have a permanent setup, wireless peripherals are a must for when I (or my partner) need to clean-up quickly. So I'd be looking at the Wireless Mice options from Razer, as well as any Wireless Keyboards that are compact.


Ah ok i get it; well i think the turret really only shines on the couch (because of the small mousepad size which is what you’d want on a couch). That said, my turret spent the first month or two at a friends place as his keyboard/mouse when he built hinself a new pc but didnt yet get a keyboard for it and i think it was ok for him! I would not recommend it as a desktop keyboard because of the missing lightning (again, on the couch i want maximum battery lifetime so thats perfect there)
Monitors and microphones
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SaltyJames
Monitors and microphones

Something other than the 4 microphones they already have?
sousys_no_id
Razer has all kind of peripheral devices now, except for monitors. I'd totally buy one. :)

Yes i like to buy one to 🙂
mltan
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 products that work, are dependable, and good customer service. These are all things that I have experienced in the past with Razer, but now I feel quality is dropping. One example - I bought a mouse 4 months ago and the USB bluetooth broke. I have used USB devices for years and have never seen one break. Not even the free devices you get in stores. It just seems like a sign of poor quality. After that, the technical/customer support was horrible. They make a bad product and they don't care. Well...Razer customer minus 1, more to follow.
A wireless deathadder (mouse) that I can use at work with my work laptop. This week I bought and returned several non-razer mice that I had hoped would be similar but were not.

Existing products that don't quite work
Deathadder: perfect mouse except not wireless
Mamba: almost perfect except it requires a stand for wireless, so it doesn't work for carrying around wireless mouse with laptop
Lancer: perfect wireless w usb dongle, but it's a different mouse that's smaller and not ergonomic in my large hands

Other niceties that would be nice:
- Switch on mouse to toggle between either bluetooth or the lower latency razer wireless (sometimes I don't have admin rights on work machines)
- Would prefer onboard memory for similar reasons
- Ability to permanently turn off chroma light on mouse. My Deathadder turns them back on when I lock my machine which is less professional looking.

Please - razer already has the tech working between the mamba and the lancer, come out with this product, and take my money. 😃
mltan
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!

It would be nice for y’all to make a usb-c dongle for the razer phone that has 1 side usb-c into the phone and the other side usb-c/hdmi for gameplay recording/charging

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