Razer Announces Sneki Snek Plushie, Doesn’t Come With RGB LEDs
High-end gaming peripheral company Razer has long been known to be a company that has gone out of its way to meet fan demands and, as the saying goes, give the people what they want. As such, despite his misgivings, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has been forced to entertain some rather outlandish ideas, including an RGB toaster and a ‘Sneki Snek’ plushie, both of which have inspired tattoos on real-life body parts. While the toaster is still in development, Razer has announced today that the Sneki Snek pipe dream has officially become a reality, though it won’t feature any RGB LEDs.
This year’s inauguration of Razercon 2020 saw the reveal of a few interesting new additions to Razer’s line-up of gaming peripherals. Products such as the supremely adjustable ‘Iskur’ gaming chair, a mini model of its Seiren USB microphone, and a Bluetooth version of the pink Kraken Kitty Edition headset all made appearances, though as one would expect from Razer fans, the Sneki Snek plushie is what really blew ’em away. “”With dozens of fan art submissions, homemade plushies, and even tattoos done in its honor, Sneki Snek has dominated the hearts and minds of fans everywhere and now every fan can have their very own,” Tan revealed during the presentation.
Though the creation of the Sneki Snek plushie is undoubtedly a higher form of fan service, the adorable ‘snek’ is also a tried and true environmentalist. As such, for every Sneki Snek plushie purchase, Razer will commit to saving 10 trees, “a small but important gesture in aiding the conservation of our planet’s wonderful nature and wildlife.” The Sneki Snek plushie is now available for purchase for $29.99, and at the time of publishing plushies are still in stock and slated to ship on the next business day.
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