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Introducing Razer HyperSense | CES 2019

Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Razer.WolfPack, Jan 8, 2019.

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  1. Edrialyse

    Edrialyse New Member

    As a twitch streamer, this would add so much to the experience of the game for myself and for my viewers to watch.
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  2. Cornbread0331

    Cornbread0331 New Member

    The more senses you can get involved the more emersive the experience. This is seriously awesome, I can't imagine how playing not just shooters but something like resident evil would be on this! Also you guys should do a funny video where "smell" or other things are part of the experience. Like you get shocked when you die in fortnite or simethinf haha
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  3. vampirivan

    vampirivan Well-Known Member

    This is very cool and innovative!
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  4. nexti

    nexti Active Member

    that's dope!
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  5. Tackertyp

    Tackertyp Active Member

    Sounds dope, but that also means we will need a whole new set of Razer products to use Hypersense in a proper way. So thats a point for me not to buy.
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  6. Utuber9999

    Utuber9999 New Member

    I can imagine me sitting in the chair when the explosion comes...
    Ill go flying out of my chair into my monitor
  7. OneTreadLife

    OneTreadLife Well-Known Member

    The time to game blind is almost upon us!
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  8. Ekkagod

    Ekkagod New Member

    Great concept, but I'll probably give myself a heart attack on the first map:eek_:
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  9. RocketSkates93

    RocketSkates93 Well-Known Member

    I think it would be cool to feature both Razer HyperSense and Razer Opto-Mechanical Switches to create a new Razer Orbweaver Ultimate. I would pay good money for that!

    I would like to buy new peripherals (especially a new keypad) to pair with the upcoming Razer Blade 15 that I plan to soon purchase. I'm inching closer to my dream setup after using the same gaming laptop for almost seven years. However, if I buy a peripheral with haptic feedback then I would have to commit and buy everything with haptic feedback. Hoping to see more products with Razer HyperSense.
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  10. BokDoi

    BokDoi New Member

    Can't wait to try
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  11. SirJayDee

    SirJayDee Active Member

    I'd like to try it with the Nari, if it is for me I'll go all in.
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  12. Yorkifyme

    Yorkifyme Active Member

    Good job Razer! Can’t wait to try these out :)
  13. Game2Much

    Game2Much Member

    I can’t wait for this. My wallet is going to take a beating from all these Hypersense enabled devices I would need to pickup.
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  14. FrozenFireVR

    FrozenFireVR Well-Known Member

    Nice... Finally something facing Steelseries.
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  15. jdpg265

    jdpg265 New Member

    How about you fix Synapse 3, kill the derth of bug, add backwards compatibility for all of the orphaned products still stuck on Synapse 2 and give us a new Orbweaver first? Who would want to feel things shake? This FEELS like an xbox rumble controller ripoff, which very few people liked or used.
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  16. Yuzanay0

    Yuzanay0 New Member

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  17. ClarkyBoi

    ClarkyBoi New Member

    i love it....but my £60 bank balance won't allow for it... :slightly_sad:
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  18. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Personally, I think this sounds like fun - though, I suspect I'd be startled quite often by it. lol
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  19. BlackFireDragon

    BlackFireDragon Well-Known Member

    I will say that i have mixed feelings about this. For casual play is great future to give gamer a more immersive gameplay but for competative play it's more distracting that helping or giving an edge. The best exaple is headshoot in fps when you have verything set to shoot and something blow and mouse vibrate taking cursor from point to another direction i dont say vibrate move but hand when you feel the vibration. So yeah for casual play great for competatice i dont know but for me not every game will take advatige of this.
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  20. Kenserky

    Kenserky Well-Known Member

    I think this technology is more adequate for solo games.
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