Hello Kitty was created in 1974, and its first product, a vinyl coin purse, made its debut by on March 5, 1975. Ever since Sanrio brought the character to the United States in 1976, it has become a global phenomenon, but one area it hasn’t really dominated has been computer peripherals, despite being one of the highest-grossing media franchises of all time. So, Razer decided to collaborate with Sanrio for a collection of various computer peripherals.
Razer has just unveiled their all-new Blade Stealth 13, the first Ultrabook with a 13.3-inch 120Hz display. It’s powered by the NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1650 Ti GPU and a faster 25W variant of Intel’s Core i7-1065G7 processor, complete with a more efficient keyboard as well as LPDDR4X memory, all within a sleek matte black aluminum chassis.
The Razer DeathAdder V2 has been officially unveiled, and it boasts a unique ergonomic shape that is perfectly suited for palm grip users and works well with claw grip styles. Its optimized design provides greater comfort for gaming with reduced stress on your hands, thus eliminating unnecessary finger drag points. The peripheral has also been equipped with a new sweat-resistant coating and rubberized side grips for better control, while the refined scroll wheel is also perfectly-tuned for distinct, notched scrolling at a lower resistance, all in an 82g package. Product page.
The Razer Viper is a lightweight gaming mouse designed in collaboration with eSports professionals and can be counted on for extreme accuracy in competitions, thanks to the company’s 5G Optical Sensor and Razer Speedflex Cable, which minimizes the desktop drag. It’s also the first Razer mouse to boast the new Optical Mouse Switches, which offer three times the actuation speed of traditional mechanical mouse switches.