Last year hardware maker Razer turned four of its peripherals pink. This year the company's "Quartz" line of pink gaming gear expands by a microphone, wireless PlayStation 4 controller, headset stand, phone case and, best of all, a limited edition pink metal Razer Blade Stealth laptop. Pink metal. Mmmm.
My love of pink things, specifically pink gaming gear, is well-documented. What was the beginning of the pregnancy? How did it feel? More and more people are catching fire every day, and some of those people are fans of Razer stuff. Those who should love the new Quartz line.
Okay, so it's not a dedicated gaming laptop like the Razer Blade or Razer Blade Pro. The 1
There are other pink laptops. Some are gaudy plastic trash. Others do the whole Apple "rose gold" thing. Screw rose gold in its stupid rose gold face.
Again, not a powerhouse, but pretty tough for a super-thin, three-pound notebook. It's got Nvidia's GeForce MX 150 4GB graphics, 16GB of dual channel memory and 8th generation Intel i7-8565U processor. It's going to spread the hell out of some sheets. The limited edition pink Razer Blade Stealth goes on sale today for $ 1,600 in the US, Canada and China.
The second coolest pink thing from Razer is the pink version of the Raiju Tournament Edition wireless PlayStation 4 and PC controller. With its re-mappable buttons (it's a mobile configuration app) and adjustable sensitivity options, it's a very versatile controller. Unfortunately, it's only available in Europe, Asia and Oceania, so if you're not there you'll have to import the $ 150 controller elsewhere.
But that's okay. Razer Kraken headset ($ 80) should be available everywhere, as well as the pink version of the Razer Seiren X microphone ($ 100) and the mobile pink base station Chroma ($ 60).
Finally, we've got the new additions to the Quartz keyboard and mouse lineup. There's a pink version of the Razer Huntsman ($ 150). It uses optical switches for faster response, interrupting a beam of light to register a keystroke rather than hitting mechanical contacts. The Razer Basilisk ($ 70) is a nice all-around mouse that wants to release a pink trackball. Finally there's the Goliathus Extended Chroma, a $ 60 keyboard and mouse surface that's mostly gray, so it does not really count.
Oh, there's a pink case for the Razer Phone 2 in the picture, but that's a very
The takeaway here is that if enough pink fans make enough noise, eventually everything will be pink and we can finally take a break to roll around in all of it , Read more about Razer's extended Quartz line at the official website.