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Your first Razer product

I got my first mouse and keyboard when i was 14 (I got Mamba and Blackwidow in tournament ed.). I will never forget how that felt when i unplogged my rubish cheap mouse. I felt like i am upgrading from level zero to boss. I still feel sentimental about that old thing, but Razer gave me even more fun.
Yea and about changing keyboards.. Well I i fell in Love with that clicky extraordinary noise. That click, that sound, that satisfaction. I love Razer products. Now I have set of mouses, keyboards, speekers etc. And everytime I open up new Razer product i feel same as when i was kid.

What was your first Razer product?

What was your first Razer product?

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I was always hunting for Diamondback Plasma & eXactMat with eXactRest, but never had $ for it. Then I've bought my first mouse which was Razer Copperhead Tempest Blue (which is still working) 😃
My first Razer product was Cynosa keyboard and mouse, it was membrane keys. But it was love at first sight and was so impressed with the aesthetics and feel.
I built my PC in 2016 and knew that I wanted Razer keyboard and mouse, so I bought the Blackwidow and Ouroboros, I just bought a Mamba Wireless to replace the no longer working wirelessly Ouroboros and a Goliathus Extended Chroma mouse pad because i needed more glowwwwww
Mouse and keyboard.... and now only razer devices :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
I got a Razer Abyssus back in 2012 or 2013 i think and it was my first Razer product, now i have a Razer Overwatch edition Blackwidow, Razer Overwatch Goliathus and a Razer Deathadder Chroma.
I bought a blade advance mercury rtx2070 4months ago. Loved it, sold it, upgraded to the 2080 model and then picked up a 2060 blade for my wife.

I appreciate the commitment to design, quality, looks, and construction. The blade stands apart from all other gaming laptops. it runs reasonably cool for how thin it is. Mine runs mid 70’s c during extended gaming. Low 70’s c for the gpu.
Black Widow Ultimate Keyboard

I often play games in the dark so I wanted one with glowy keys.
Mouse and keyboard, never went back!
I bought my first ever gaming tech, a Razer Naga MMO mouse, in 2014. At this point I was making the transition to desktop gaming, as the only thing I had ever had before this was a laptop meant for simple office tasks.

6 years later and my Razer Naga, which I've used extensively and traveled with, is still working perfectly. I stick with Razer because of their reliability; I've never had any issues with the various products I've purchased over the years.
Deathadder in like 2014 along with a Kraken headset. Sadly I no longer have the Kraken but the Deathadder is still going strong!