**Razer Suggestion Thread**

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by allbricks, Oct 17, 2014.

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  1. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    This can be done with an integrator, build a launcher which has Steam, Origin, uPlay, and so on built in to it. When you launch a game which is associated with steam then launch steam hidden in background and launch the game and terminate steam upon exit. This is possible, I wouldn't say it is easy but it can be done.
     
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  2. TheRazerGamer

    TheRazerGamer New Member

    Since Razer has been developing lifestyle products

    There should be a variety of razer products to use in our daily lives, aside from gaming products. We just need Razer phone, Razer Toaster, Razer Cooking knives ect... It will just make living experiences a lot better :D
     
  3. wakoquacko

    wakoquacko Active Member

    I'm actually working on replicating the Razer Saturnus toaster. I've found the original they used in the mock up. Not cheap though
     
  4. lochu91

    lochu91 Active Member

    Friend in order to understand Razer you need to think like Razer. Not Razer phone but Razer Mobile Device. Not Razer Toaster but Razer food making machine. With the last one on the board Razer cooking knifes are useless in our lives. How about a Razer Claw - Battle Knifes?
     
  5. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Mmm... how about Razer entertainment systems or music systems for top end living room experiences to wow everyone at parties and have that movie theater experience at home... lol
     
  6. Alaeriia

    Alaeriia Member

    A Razer Blazer. Imagine having a nice dress jacket with a Razer logo on the pocket.

    DO IT. YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO.
     
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  7. HaltusKain

    HaltusKain Well-Known Member

    This took WAY too long to make, but so worth it. :D

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    #RazerToaster
     
  8. wakoquacko

    wakoquacko Active Member

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  9. wakoquacko

    wakoquacko Active Member

    yeah thats why I took it out my post. felt a little mean. thought you knew about it. thought thats why you focused on the toaster.
     
  10. OccamRazer

    OccamRazer Member

    Boomslang update!! :DDD
     
  11. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I have had a tough time getting people to use comms with me. I have a couple groups I play a few games with regularly but we already had a great teamspeak server in place and no one wants to use comms with me.
     
  12. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    I think razer needs to come out with a flight stick. They have fight sticks, controllers, mice, keyboards, and any other accessory you could possibly need for every genre of gaming except flight sims. With great free to play dogfighting games on steam like Star Conflict and War Thunder, and huge games building up for release like Star Citizen and No Man Sky, Razer should totally make a flight stick. A stick with all the buttons you could possibly need in the most ergonomic positions possible. Something that could respond to the slightest of movements from your wrist and that could hold up to hundreds of hours of torquing. I think an extremely high quality flight stick is right up their alley.
     
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  13. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    LOL!! I love the toaster.
     
  14. OccamRazer

    OccamRazer Member

    Something like this was totally in the works! http://www.engadget.com/2012/06/05/razer-unveils-artemis-prototype-controller-for-mechwarrior-onlin/

    I dunno - I think you're onto something, though - the demand for one due to Star Citizen and No Man's Sky are going to be a pretty lucrative market for one of these babies...
     
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  15. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    Wow that thing is nuts. It is kinda like those massive controls that came out with the first steel batallion. I had no clue they had been working on something like that, although seeing its scale it would be a very niche product. Something a bit more simple and versatile I think would sell great. I forgot to mention hawken earlier, your mechwarrior article reminded me of it. It is a fantastic mech shooter and would also benefit from some cool kind of a controller.
     
  16. ThHee

    ThHee Member

    Honestly I prefer the appereance of prototype of Nabu to the current one. Maybe there's some problem with the material so you could not use the old design, but I really like the round shape and the screen blending in the surroundings.

    And, please Make a phone!!!

    And I think Razer could make an app consisting all the news and communities for ios as well as other platforms. I will be amazing to have a Razer app on my phone!
     
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  17. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    So, if you could change one thing about one of your Razer devices, what would you change? There are so many options, such as: number of buttons, shape, size, color, weight, cords, availability ... the ideas are limitless.

    For myself, the one thing I would change would vary on each device. On my keyboard, I wish the blackwidow ultimate stealth had a longer wrist wrest attached.

    When I had my Imperator mouse I wish the cloth-like covering on the cord didn't get rubbed off/torn, because it bunched up all in one spot and everything I could see was just the regular plastic cord.

    On my Naga 2013 mouse, I wish it were a 9-button instead of 12, then move the buttons forward a bit. Keeping the same layout, though, not circular like the Naga Hex.

    On my Hammerhead Pro I wish there was an attached clip of some sort so I could clip it to my shirt. That way if it pulled it would pull just between the clip and the connection and not yank them right out of my ears. (sometimes I turn around too far in my chair or try to look over at the kids or whatever)

    On my Orochi I wish the outside (right side) buttons weren't so easy to press while trying to move the mouse. I keep changing the speed on myself accidentially.

    I'll be interested to see what your least favorite aspects are or what you'd like to change on your devices. :)
     
  18. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    I'd second the notion of a wrist rest on the Blackwidow... But..make the right side USB port green? As well as make the keyboard more fingerprint-resistant?

    Deathadder = Extend the right a bit... So I can place my ring and pinky fingers somewhere?

    Kraken = Swivel earcups. Earcups that will swivel flat against your chest when around your neck. I just find the bigger range of swivel makes headsets easier to navigate around with...
     
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  19. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Oh, that's a great point on the swivel for the earcups, brilliant.
     
  20. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    Availability and after sale support: I am from India and it is not an easy task buying a Razer device and the after sale service is terrible here. 5 or 6 months back my Electra's cushion got damaged and I had to manually stitch(with needle and thread) them back to usable state because Razer wont send me one even if I am willing to pay :slightly_sad: There are tons of Razer fans out here and it seems Razer just don't care at all.
     
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