Cloud-compatible smart phone controllers, a compact gaming PC and more – what Razer showed at CES 2023

Various technology companies continue to showcase their latest developments and products at the CES 2023 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Razer, which this time had a lot of interesting new products.

Among the most significant announcements: compatible with cloud services, controllers for mobile devices called Razer kishi, 5G home router, racing simulator concept and compact gaming computer Razer tomahawk.

Razer kishi

A pair of controllers presented, compatible with most smartphones based on iOS and Android, make the mobile device look like a Nintendo Switch. Using USB-C or Apple Lightning ports, Kishi controllers will be able to show a slight signal delay. In addition, the device, in addition to the games installed on the smartphone, will support projects from cloud services. Razer plans to release controllers earlier this year.

Despite the fact that a long-suffering cloud platform immediately pops up in memory Google stadia, head of mobile gaming Razer Jason schwartz expressed great interest in developing partnerships with the service GeForce NOW from Nvidia.

Razer Sila 5G Home Router

According to Razer, the new router is designed specifically for gamers. Thanks to the FasTrack proprietary engine, it provides a low level of signal delay for both traditional stationary consoles and mobile gaming.

Racing simulator Eracing Simulator

A concept that is unlikely to ever be in your home. It was created in collaboration with other companies and is designed to show in which direction competitive racing competitions can develop. The concept offers a projection system with a 202-degree viewing angle, a hydraulic platform, a steering wheel, a gearshift paddle and manual control. While the company has no firm intention to release this product on the market, but Razer, however, plans to improve the simulator after the end of CES 2023.

Razer Tomahawk Gaming Computer

The computer itself turned out to be surprisingly compact, so it will be interesting to compare it with the dimensions of the Xbox Series X. According to Razer, the desktop PC was equipped with an Intel Core-i9 processor, 64GB DDR4 RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics card. Among other things, users will be able to upgrade memory modules, SSD-drives and a video card in the future. The price has not yet been announced, but Razer plans to release a gaming computer in the first half of this year. For those who want to independently assemble the appropriate configuration, the company intends to separately sell the case.

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