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Hey Insiders! While we continue to work towards a more sustainable future, we'd like you to be part of our journey with our #GoGreenWithRazer Community Program, where you will be rewarded Razer Silver and Swag for your efforts. We will be sharing a list of activities you will have to complete every month to qualify for the rewards and here's how you can participate in a few simple steps: Select a sustainability tier Complete tasks for the month Submit your entries in this thread Submission format: Tier: [SILVER/GOLD/PLATINUM] Task: [SELECTED TASK] Image/Video: [IMAGE] / [VIDEO URL] Do make sure to submit your entry by replying to this thread in the correct format to be eligible for the rewards. Please avoid creating a new post whenever you complete the tasks. Do submit your entries within 1 post, you can edit it when you complete additional tasks. Do make sure to complete the activities from ONE tier each month Prizing: 5x Silver tasks = 1000 Razer Silver 3x Gold tasks
Hope everyone is doing awesome!I saw two topics about creating a Razer Trade in program. I believe this would be a great idea but of course would create a hassle for Razer since it makes things more difficult. But at the same time, since Razer is focused on being green… it would make sense for them to start a Trade in program. Because with a trade in program, if they follow the same principals like Apple, Razer can also earn profit from this while making it easier for the consumer to purchase new technology for much cheaper when trading in. Overall, this is something to definitely think about.
Hi. I Dont have a car out of my Personal Computer,and most of the time im caring a bag. Was serching for solar back pack but latly the usb standards was kinda messy and cant find usb C or it isn't -razer cool :D.Was wondering what you ting about solar backpacks and are we gona see Razer solar backpack at near future. Tnx have a nice day.
Running a high wireless polling rate (2000 / 4000Hz) uses a lot of power, which requires you to charge the mouse every second day and uses a lot of battery cycles in a short ammount of time which will get the mouse into a landfill earlier. It would be really nice to have a faster way to turn down the polling rate to save some power, hassle and maybe extend the product life, when you are not playing. Maybe you can even automaticly turn the polling rate up, when running specific applications.
Hey Insiders! This Q&A thread is created to clarify any questions or doubts you have with regards to the #GoGreenWithRazer Community Program. Leave your questions down below and we'll be happy to help! Common FAQ's Q: Can I complete more than one activity tier? A: Yes, you can. But you will only be rewarded based on the highest tier you complete. (i.e. If you submit entries for 5x Silver tasks and 1x Platinum task, you will only be rewarded with the prizing for Platinum (2000 Razer Silver).) Q: I have completed 3 months’ worth of activities, but not consecutively, do I qualify for the exclusive Razer Swag rewards? A: No, you do not qualify for it. You have to complete the activities for 3 consecutive months. Q: Am I still eligible for the rewards if I cross-over and complete the activities from the different tiers (i.e. 3x Silver tasks and 2x Gold tasks)? A: No, you are not eligible. You have to complete the activities from ONE tier to be rewarded. Q: Must I complete the
Hi,when I’m gaming with my Razer headset I enjoy the freedom of the Bluetooth connection.However when it’s low and needs a charge that’s when it becomes tricky.I assume that most people game in a fairly dark room, hence visually connecting the wire whilst gaming is a no-no. On feeling you can get used to it however that isn’t always true as when in the heat of the moment you can’t spend too much time finding the hole.My suggestion,Please make the lead magnetic and have it clip on AND perhaps illuminate the hole while you’re tweaking it ;-)Thanks from a satisfied customer since the 90’s
Will Razr join the wave with all big tech companies and be Matter compliant ? What companies are part of Matter?(google generated)It originated in December 2019 as the Project Connected Home over IP (CHIP) working group, founded by Amazon, Apple, Google and the Zigbee Alliance, now called the Connectivity Standards Alliance. Subsequent members include IKEA, Huawei, and Schneider. Version 1.0 of the specification was published on 4 October 2022.It is a big issue to me because I am building my smart home project and I want my smart network to be as scalable and interlaced as possible. Basically, I bought a sh*t load of razr devices but I would seek other options if they are not MATTER
Sustainability is a word that I think 90% of companies that use DON'T mean. If they do something sustainable, it's the quick token gesture and then it's forgotten about. The company I work for has talked sustainability changes for a few years but has only recently fully pushed it this past year, though individual offices had been making the push. With us, it's going to stick because of it's people, but most companies aren't good at following through. To see Razer hardcore publicly do what they're saying though is phenomenal. And the Sneki stuff is genuinely out of this world. Who doesn't love a cute mascot planting 10 trees at a time? Four Sneki items in this house, with more magnets on the way in the future. Carboard for recycling, tissue paper that can be recycled, and today the plastic wrap protecting my new Blade 15 is bio-degradeable. Words put into action. Thank you, Razer.
Hey Insiders! Thank you all for your participation last month! As we continue to drive towards a more sustainable future with our #GoGreenWithRazer movement, we will be simplifying the program so that everyone will be able to join in. From now till December, get rewarded by showing off your love for Sneki Snek! Simply participate by capturing a selfie with any of our Sneki Snek merchandise and hashtag #GoGreenWithRazer in your submission. You will receive 3,000 Razer Silver for eligible entries. Do note that there isn't a tiering system - you do not have to state a tier in your submission, just a selfie will do! As long as you have completed 2 monthly tasks, you will be eligible for the bonus Razer swag. Note: if you had previously completed the task “Owns any Sneki Snek merch” for September’s tasks, do make sure to use a different picture or your entry will not be considered eligible. For more information, please visit our website: https://www.razer.com/go-green/community-prog
Hi all, My answer to this pressing question isn't being processed by the Q+A so I thought mine as well ask it here. I am very interested in this program and have completed my silver tasks for the month of September. I've been wanting to continue this for the month of October and have found that very difficult for a number of frustrating reasons. Some users in the Q&A thread brought up the fact that there will be different tasks for each month of the community program. Recall that doing the tasks for three consecutive months gets you exclusive loot, and that's what I'm after. However, I've noticed there have not been different tasks since October started, and now it's a good way through October and still radio silence. In addition, the original thread has been closed and no more replies can be added. Sure, you can edit your existing reply but that does not seem to count for each month's tasks. Especially when considering each month is supposed to be different. My question, thus, is
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