[Giveaway] We are 500K fans strong on Razer Insider!

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  1. Critcal_OpTic

    Critcal_OpTic New Member

    when I first heard about razer and especially when I head about the razer blade fort he first time. it one of my goal in life to get one
  2. Addecoco

    Addecoco New Member

    My best Razer memory is my first ever LAN in our little village. It was a smal LAN with about 50 people and when it got dark and my brand new Razer Blackwidow chroma lighted up the whole local everybody wanted to have a look. I had struggled for hours to get an cool custom effect on it, to. And the thing was that i was bullied at the time so all that positive attention really made that whole week and maybe even half that month. =P
  3. Drakenoid

    Drakenoid New Member

    This is a hard one, I gotta pick from the CES projects because those have always inspired me, I guess I should first list all the ones that I liked before I can even begin selecting one, so here are the ones I liked:

    1. Switchblade, I am sure this will be how future tactile keyboards will be, or an evolution of this.
    2. Project Fiona, it was ahead for its time, pre-empting the Nintendo Switch in a good implementation of the idea, and it was a full-blown PC on top of that.
    3. And finally, from this year Project Ariana, that really was amazing, like a pre-cursor to good VR in terms of how immersive it is, that's something I would love to have in my setup when it comes.
    Project Christina deserves a mention, though I don't find it as amazing now, but it really is great for people who are scared of assembling PC themselves or don't want to worry about messing something up, I don't remember if it supported hot swapping but that would be good for some enterprise/workstation setups. Or maybe a setup which you change according to your needs from gaming, to multimedia editing, to a number of things I haven't thought of yet. (Though if motherboard was swappable, it would make a hell of a system to keep "forever")

    Now, although I don't want to select from those 3, and would love a system with all 3 smushed together somehow with Project Christina like ease of upgradability, but if I have to go with one, which inspired me the most at the time, it's gotta be Switchblade, and I am gonna keep waiting for it to become a reality even if through somehow adding tactility to that laptop Lenovo made with a stylus panel with touch keyboard support.
  4. Draxi

    Draxi New Member

    Getting my new pc with complete Razer setup :heart:
  5. i started with razer black windows and DA chroma 2 years ago :D And now with Mamba chroma wireless :)
  6. Kyorind

    Kyorind New Member

    The moment i got my first pay from working at Burger King, and the first thing i brought myself was a Diamondback.. Never stopped since.. 2nd set of black widow, 2 Nagas , 1 Diamondback CE , Firefly , Kraken Chroma, Kraken V2.. always a proud razer fan and forever will be...
  7. TheBanthaPoodoo

    TheBanthaPoodoo New Member

    Ah I can say, my 1st Razer product was the Carcharias back in 2012 :) After that it has been a long way with many more products and each and every one of them filled me with joy! From my Mamba and Vespula in 2012, Naga Hex League of Legends Edition in 2013, my Blackwidow chroma in 2014 and Leviathan in 2015, ManO'War in 2016 and finally now after years of waiting, my blade 14 in 2017 :') I also took that opportunity to get the Tactical backpack to keep it safe :) It has been an honor and my pleasure to follow you all these years. A blade stealth will be most welcomed and very well taken care of part of the family here :)
  8. elkingdeking

    elkingdeking New Member

    I always had a regular membrane keyboard until i switched to the blackwidow chroma and it was and still is a great experience when i use it everyday.
  9. Rheador

    Rheador New Member

    A few years ago I purchased a Razer Abyssus (just the regular).
    I used it so much and I still have it to this day, it has been a mouse I wont even forget about.
    Thanks for the best gaming product out there Razer :heart: Much love!~
    (sorry for any grammar mistakes and such, not a native speaker :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: )
  10. HolyFalcon

    HolyFalcon New Member

    I first got a Deathadder Chroma about a year and a half ago, and I've never looked back. The majority of my friends use Logitech mice, but I've stuck with Razer since I LOVE Razer mice. Since then I've acquired a Blackwidow Chroma V1 (clickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclickclick) and a Firefly. I love all Razer products, can't wait to see all the future innovations in store for us!
  11. yapmervyn0930

    yapmervyn0930 Member

    Too bad. I don't have experiences yet with any Razer Gears. My friend had me borrowed once his chroma keyboard and I'm so jelly I don't even want it to give it back xD. Can you count that as an experience?
  12. QuantumTatum

    QuantumTatum New Member

    Switching to a naga from a traditional mouse was game changing for me.
  13. After a couple years my first Deathadder broke and your customer service quickly responded and sent me a new Chroma! I love the products and have been looking for more. Congrats!
  14. MeaplessxD

    MeaplessxD New Member

    Mine was probably visiting the Razerstore in San Fran last week. I have been studying in San Diego as kind of an exchange student for the past 3 months. I wasn't able to play games because of latency with the EUW server/campus internet.
    I booked a trip to San Fran last minute, since I really wanted visit the Razerstore! The customer service was tremendous, when I sat down infront of the Razer blade, I felt right at home again. I called my friends back home and just played the shit out of ARAM. It was one of the best feelings I had in a long while.
    Just being able to play with my friends like old times is seriously so fucking great.
  15. J.burtonlowe

    J.burtonlowe New Member

    My greatest moment has to be oddly when my blackwidow broke and support were so helpful to not only be quick in response but also replace it with the newest version!
  16. LIMalltheway

    LIMalltheway New Member

    Coming from a small family, it was never in my wildest dreams that i can ever hold a razer product, only seeing them through pictures and videos it was always a dream of mine to own one. being a gamer is not just a lifestyle but rather it is a way of living where people can indeed connect and share insights to create a community wherein people can be who they want to be without any criticism, this is what razer has taught me, that being a gamer in our community is indeed a brotherhood, a family. to be one of the people who were fortunate enough to attend the grand opening of Razerstore Manila in the philippines that has been on of the best days in my life to be one with the crowd seeing everything the Razer Blade and all the peripherals that awed my eyes. you ask what is my greatest Razer memory? If only I can bring home this beast of a machine (which is the Razer Blade Stealth of course) will be my greates Razer memory. please Razer, Grant my wildest dream to come true. #FGBG
  17. Kodago

    Kodago New Member

    Best memory is when I got my first tattoo, the Razer THS Logo. Seeing how far this company has come, I know I made the right decision.
  18. WoW, thank you. I got my Razer Blade Stealth and hammerhead earbuds V2 for my working (mostly software development), Razer Blackwindow chroma at home for playing games. Also purchased Razer Utility backpack real big one for blade i must say.
  19. riyosha_no_id

    riyosha_no_id New Member

    my favourite Razer moment was when I won the Razer Blade Stealth on June 23rd 2017.

    also the deathstalker ultimate feels pretty nice, literally the first and only razer product i've used.
  20. destaver

    destaver New Member

    My first moment with a razer product was when a friend of mine got a razer blade a month or two ago and I was blown away by how cool it was, since then i've been saving up to try and buy one of my own
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