Razer, a known lifestyle brand for gamers has announced array of gadgets at CES 2020. The list includes Razer Kishi universal mobile gaming controllers, the Razer Sila 5G Home Router, the Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop, and a new Razer Eracing Simulator concept.
Razer Kishi Mobile Gaming Controller
To cater future of cloud and mobile gaming, Razer unveiled its Kishi mobile gaming controller. It is compatible with both Android and iOS phones and supports low latency gameplay.
The Razer Kishi sports compact ergonomics form factor of Junglecat which was meant for Razer Phone 2 owners. It has clickable analog controls and thumbsticks on both sides of phone.
It has a universal fit created in partnership with Gamevice for compatibility with most smartphones. It has hidden USB-C or Apple Lightning connection and pass-through charging ports, which charges gamepad even during gameplays.
The Razer Kishi mobile controllers (for Android or iOS) will be available in early 2020.
Razer SILA 5G Home Router
It is a high speed networking device for games which offers ultra-low latency during stationary and mobile gameplay. It comes with a SIM slot supports 5G data.
The Razer SILA 5G Home router features in Qualcomm SDX55 modem with Hawkeye IPQ8072A SoC and supports 4G LTE, 5G NR (Sub-6and mmWave). It has Razers’s proprietary FasTrack Engine and includes built-in rechargeable battery. You can also create mobile 5G hotspot.
The Razer FasTrack engine is a continuously adaptive and intelligent QoS feature which prioritizes bandwidth for applcations and devices for high speed gaming and streaming.
The Router can be easily controlled using Android or iOS apps, including control of guest networks, setting security protocols and adjusting device priorities. It supports Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax 4×4 and includes 1 x 2.5Gbps WAN, 4 x 1Gbps LAN and 1 x USB 3.0 port.
Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop
The Razer TomaHawk is all-aluminum modular desktop system built-in ultra-compact Razer Tomahawk N1 chassis. It is one-of-a-kind desktop chassis which is capable of achieving high clock speeds and frame rates without the requirement of full sized desktop.
It has tempered glass on both sides and sports a vertically mounted GPU. Its open vent design at the top maintains optimum cooling performance. Its lock and slide mechanism opens with minimal effort.
Talking about the specs, the Tomahawk Gaming desktop can be configured with up to Intel 10th Generation Core H series 8-core CPU coupled with up to 64GB DDR4 RAM and Dual M.2 SSD slots. It supports Wi-Fi6 and allows full-length PCI graphics cardsof NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 series. You also get two thunderbolt 3, two 1G Ethernet, two HDMI 2.0A and six USB 3.2 Gen2 ports.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop will be available in the first half of 2020. The Tomahawk N1 case will be available as a standalone product for hardware-savvy PC enthusiasts
Razer Eracing Simulator concept
The simulator chassis is built with an ultra-strong hand crafted center core which is designed around an advanced modular upgrade system. It sits on a motion platform powered by two actuators and gaming control box to deliver professional racing training setup that maps terrain surface.
It is equipped with two full-HD projectors beaming on a 128-inch custom black projection surface with 202-degree FOV. It has an anodized aluminum and carbon fiber steering wheel sheathed in smooth leather, magnetic paddles and adjustable buttons for gear shifting which is paired to a three-pedal system below.
The eRacing Simulator simulates the effects of G-Forces by applying pressure to give out a real life feeling and driving experience. It leverages technology from Vesaro, Simpit, Fanatec and Synthesis VR, creating a thrilling and immersive eracing setup.