Razer has made multiple announcements at CES 2023, starting with the official release date of their Edge mobile gaming device. The Razer Edge will be available on January 26 in two variants (base and 5G). The base model costs $399 and can be purchased on Razer.com and through RazerStore locations in the United States. On the contrary, more information is available about the price of the 5G variant, which can only be easily accessed from Verizon.com and Verizon stores.
During the demonstration, Razer also showed off Project Carol Concept Design, a headrest with near-field surround sound and haptics. Razer claims that Project Carol is natively supported on PC and compatible with all gaming chairs thanks to the elastic straps. Users who connect the gadget to their PC wirelessly via 2.4 GHz can expect up to eight hours of gameplay before needing a recharge.
Razer also unveiled the Leviathan V2 Pro beamforming soundbar, the world’s first with head-tracking AI. The Leviathan V2 Pro is equipped with a subwoofer and is compatible with Razer Chroma RGB. This month, the soundbar is available for $399.99 or €489.99 through Razer.com and RazerStores.
Two new virtual reality headset peripherals, the Facial Interface and the Adjustable Head Strap System, have been created by Razer and ResMed for the Meta Quest 2. Both accessories will debut in the United States in the first quarter of 2023, with subsequent launches in other areas. Pricing details were not disclosed at this time.
Finally, content creators should anticipate the Razer Kiyo Pro Ultra camera, which includes the largest sensor ever used in a device of this type. In addition, the Razer Kiyo Pro supports Ultra High Dynamic Range (HDR) at 30 frames per second. The camera is available now for $299.99 / €349.99 on Razer.com and RazerStores.