Razer Reveals New Line Of ‘Mercury’ Gaming Peripherals
The folks at Razer are at it again, this time around announcing a brand new line of gaming peripherals with a more minimalist approach. Officially called the expanded Razer Mercury Collection, the new line features a staggering selection 9 different peripherals with the new color scheme, all of which are meant to “Let your gaming do the talking, and let your style speak for itself.”
Kicking off the new collection are two different mouse options: the Razer Basilisk and the Atheris, the latter of which is the less expensive, more streamlined one of the two. Next up are the two keyboard options: the Huntsman, and the BlackWidow Lite, with the latter once again being the less expensive option, featuring a more compact form. Moving along, the Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma mousepad also received a Mercury makeover, as did the Base Station Chroma, for hanging up your headset. While on the subject, the Kraken is also available as part of the Mercury line, which also features its redesigned retractable microphone and cooling-gel memory foam ear cushions. Rounding out our desktop line is the Razer Seiren X streaming microphone.
Last but certainly not least is the new Razer Blade 15, now available as shown in Mercury White. A grey toned logo adorns the display cover, while the USB ports – which are normally green – appear in black. While all the above products are purchasable on their own, Razer also offers multiple bundles for those looking to save some money by purchasing a few products at once. Those interested in checking the products out can do so right here.
So, thoughts on the new Mercury Collection? Plan on picking up any of the products, or would you prefer to go a more themed route? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!
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