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Is it possible to be a Razer enthusiast without owning any Razer products?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AsianNationq, Mar 14, 2015.

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  1. AsianNationq

    AsianNationq New Member

    The title explains it all lol. Thought if anyone else out there are like me. :)
     
  2. Gr8orangeone

    Gr8orangeone Active Member

    totally. I am a car enthusiast but don't any of the cars I am enthusiastic about. I don't see how that is different from Razer gear. just because its more expensive and may not be currently attainable doesn't mean you can't aspire to have the best and still be closely knit with the community.
     
  3. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    eh, cars are different. And I feel like you have to at least have worked on a car at some point or another to understand what is going on in all the fancy crap they show on top gear. Same goes with this, I think it is hard to appreciate something you haven't been able to behold for yourself.
     
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  4. richy877

    richy877 Active Member

    I can appreciate liking something and aspiring one day to own it. I always thought of myself as PC building enthusiast when i was younger. I bought a lot magazines, and visited countless websites with cool high end builds. I never built one myself until I saved enough money after highschool though. If you like something keep at it, and you will eventually find yourself deeper in the hobby than you imagined. By the way, I just got my first piece of Razer gear this week a Naga and was a part of this forum a few months already.;)
     
  5. Smokiestprune64

    Smokiestprune64 Active Member

    I don't think you should have worked on a car. But being an enthousiast you should definitly have an understanding of how a car works and what is possible.
     
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  6. fixxey

    fixxey Active Member

    I don't see that it is wrong anyhow
     
  7. TigerStripedDragon

    TigerStripedDragon Active Member

    Very possible. I first learned about Razer back in 2010 and was a fan ever since. I only got my first Razer stuff late last year when I finally decided to kick new gen consoles and go PC.
     
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  8. ccang5

    ccang5 New Member

    high 5 bro.
     
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  9. _ramsey_

    _ramsey_ Active Member

    You can be enthusiastic about sports without playing them. You can be enthusiastic about space travel while stuck on Earth. You can be enthusiastic about anything you want to be AsianNationq.
     
  10. yoursaviorrazer

    yoursaviorrazer New Member

    im a total razer fanatic but i dont own any yet. i could get any of them but instead im saving for a razer blade 14 (maybe the 2013 version since its cheaper and has better battery life)
     
  11. Metacomet10

    Metacomet10 Member

    PC FTW
     
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  12. W1N5T0N

    W1N5T0N New Member

    I would think so.
    I liked Razer before I had ever purchased one of their products.
    Since then, I've amassed my sizable collection by purchasing used/broke ones and repairing them. Just about everything works perfectly for me these days.
     
  13. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I just.... I really don't understand how you can be a fanatic about something without ever having used it. This is different than having a favorite sports team or day dreaming about cars. Razer makes peripherals primarily and without having used one how can you obsess over it? It just doesn't make sense to me and just seems like a cry for attention?
     
  14. nexhia

    nexhia Guest

    I think there's a misunderstanding in being an enthusiast.
    sure you can be enthusiastic about stuff, im enthusiastic when i see a bar of chocolate - doesn't mean I'm gonna eat it.
    So I totally understand where @Destrok is coming from - you can be happy to see a chocolate bar but if you never ate it before you are actually happy to see the wrapper not the chocolate.
    ps. Chocolate is awesome and i eat it whenever i see it.
     
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  15. Elfreid

    Elfreid Well-Known Member

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    Wanna try some of this?:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
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  16. PumpkinMage

    PumpkinMage Active Member

    Totally, I was a razer enthusiast for years before I got my gear :D
     
  17. Heal yeah you can. I saw so much people using razer and I was like I want to have i!! so I became an fan of razer while I didn't own anything yet but after a while I starded bying stuff :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  18. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I would say that yes, you can most definitely be a fan who doesn't own anything. However, I also think that a true fan / enthusiast will eventually purchase the items they've been coveting to improve their game experiences.
     
  19. PumpkinMage

    PumpkinMage Active Member

    You can be an enthusiast about a football team but you don't have to be the manager of them, right?
     
  20. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    That is very different. Watching football is a form of entertainment. It is something you can do with your family, or scream at with a crowd of thousands of people. It is something you watch not a product you use. And having played football, my appreciation for the athleticism truly required to pull that stuff off has increased and my overall understanding of the game has as well, increasing my enjoyment of it. But, you don't have to have played football to enjoy watching it. With gaming peripherals and systems it is very different. You don't watch a keyboard or mouse. The appreciation comes from the way it feels. Someone earlier in the thread said they were a Razer fanatic but they didn't even have a single product, which seems utterly asinine to me, because the appreciation comes from having used the products.
     
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