Razer Ferox announced
Love precision gaming? Then chances are pretty high that the name Razer rolls off your tongue more often than you mention the name of your girlfriend. Of course, there is also the possibility of you being single because you have single handedly dedicated your life to the cause of being the number one gamer of a particular genre, only to realize that it isn’t that easy a road after all. Razer’s being a household name for quite some time already, and their latest addition would be the Razer Ferox.
Just what is the Razer Ferox? This is a brand new ultra portable stereo speaker which intends to prove to the world that size does not matter. It might be physically a whole lot more petite compared to other stereo speakers out there (we’re talking about portable ones for an apple to apple comparison), but Razer assures you that your ears will be assaulted by a sonic attack like no other. Meant to deliver 360 degrees of omni-directional sound, Razer intends to surprise you out of your socks despite its form factor.
According to Robert “RazerGuy” Krakoff, president, Razer USA, “The Razer Ferox is our sophisticated, modern day boombox for gamers. Its sleek and compact structure takes up minimal space but delivers the crystal clear sound quality perfect for gaming on-the-go or for music playback wherever you’re at.”
Thanks to its 360 degree omni-directional acoustics, the Razer Ferox is capable of delivering a whole lot wider listening sweet spot compared to just about any other ordinary front-facing speakers. It doesn’t really matter where you are seated or standing, the Razer Ferox will sound just as immersive. It boasts of expandable resonance chambers which is capable of providing stronger bass and optimized digital amplifiers, delivering a fuller sound experience in the process since each chamber will rises upon a single press to power up.
The built-in rechargeable battery delivers 12 hours of juice, and with the convenient carrying case, you will find that the Razer Ferox is extremely versatile. It will also play nice with any media player as long as they’re compatible with a 3.5mm jack. Out this month for $59.99 (our friends living across the pond will have to pay more in terms of value at €59.99), you might want to consider this if you’re looking for serious performance from a small package.