Razer Reveals New ‘Respawn’ Mental Performance Drink (VIDEO)
The folks at Razer are at it again, this time with a product that you can actually consume! The high-end gaming peripherals company appears to be taking a step to the side with its newest product, which is most definitely not Chroma enabled. Announced earlier today, the new ‘Respawn’ mental performance powered drink mix is designed to boost one’s focus while gaming. For gamers. By gamers. Razer made the announcement with a brand new trailer, showcasing the drink at work and being used by gamers both casual and professional. Check it out below:
So, what’s this Respawn thing all about? According to the official website, the new drink mix was initially conceptualized as the Project Venom April Fool’s joke back in 2010, though despite its playful nature it began to grow a bit of a cult following, spurring Razer to look into developing an actual energy solution for its legion of fans. Noticing that most of its competitors were marketing products that sugar crashes, the company instead went in a different direction, aiming to improve mental focus while removing the crash that comes later. Thus, Respawn was born.
The main ingredients in Respawn are:
- Vitamins B3, B5, B6, B12
- (also contains Green Tea Extract, Ground Giner, and L-theanine)
Respawn is now available for purchase and comes in four unique flavors: Pomegranate Watermelon, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, and Tropical Pineapple. Each package of 20 drink mix sticks runs at a price of $24.99. A special Respawn Shaker is also available for purchase for $29.99, featuring dual-insulation, a locking cap, and a built-in grate to help distribute the mix more evenly. There is also a bundle package that combines one shaker with one flavor package, which comes with free shipping.
Those looking to check out the product – and perhaps order one – can do so right here. Razer Respawn is only available in the US.
So, thoughts on Razer’s new product? Plan on testing it out? 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!
Ryan "Cinna" Carrier2161 Posts
Ryan is a writer and the head editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.