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Here’s all the next-gen gaming gear Razer just announced

This year’s RazerCon was packed with new and updated products ranging from next-gen PC hardware to headsets with built-in haptics.

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PC building

Razer diving into the PC-building market might’ve been the biggest announcement out of Razercon, but the fun didn’t stop there. Razer also revealed lots of new gaming (and some non-gaming) accessories, including...

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Cyberpunk 2021

The Razer Zephyr is real, and it launches today. The futuristic mask with RGB and voice amplification went from concept to consumer product in less than a year, and it's not as expensive as you might think...

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$100

The cost of the Zephyr mask with three filters.

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You can also pay $150 for the Zephyr Starter Pack, which comes with the mask and 33 filters — equivalent to 99 days of usage. A set of 10 filters will run you $30. Filters are rated for three-day use, though they don’t expire exactly three days after you first use. Instead filters function on a per hour basis — if you use the filter for one hour each day, it could theoretically last you 72 days.

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Release the Kraken... V3

The popular Kraken line of gaming headsets is getting revamped. The new Kraken V3 PC headset will come in three models: Kraken V3 ($100), Kraken V3 HyperSense ($130), and Kraken V3 Pro ($200). The first two are available today, while the Pro will launch in Q4. All models feature TriForce titanium 50mm drivers, THX Spatial Audio, and Razer Chroma RGB. The Pro model is also the only wireless headset of the three, and it has a detachable microphone.

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HyperSense

The Kraken V3 Pro and Kraken V3 HyperSense use haptic drivers in the headset to relay game feedback for a higher level of immersion. Unlike the Razer Nari headset, which first used HyperSense, the Kraken V3 has a dedicated button for adjusting the level of haptic feedback between low, medium, high, and off. If you want to feel every explosion, you’ll want HyperSense on, though.

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Get comfy

The Razer Iskur was the company’s first gaming chair, with the built-in, adjustable lumbar system being the flagship feature. However, the new Razer Enki gaming chair takes a different approach, focusing on a design that is more comfortable all-around with better weight distribution and a wider seat base and shoulder arch. The “budget” Razerk Enki X will run you $300, missing only a few features such as the 4D armrests, reactive seat tilt, and the memory foam headrest pillow, which is sold separately.

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$400

How much the Razer Enki will cost you.

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Not pink

The Razer Book laptop launched earlier this month and will now be available in a new colorway: Quartz. Compared to the standard silver/gray color, the Quartz model is a looker. Don’t expect any new features, however.

Seiren call

With Apple, Google, and Samsung news, you may have missed the launch of two new Razer microphones only two days ago. The Seiren V2 X ($100) and Seiren V2 Pro ($150) are the latest addition to the Seiren line. The former sits in the middle of price and features, while the latter is the new high-end Razer microphone.

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That’s all for this year’s RazerCon, but you can check our Razer coverage on the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earbuds, the Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma controller, and keyboards such as Razer’s Huntsman V2 TKL and the BlackWidow V3 Mini HyperSpeed for more.

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