Razer teams up with Bioware for Dragon Age II product range


Razer is one of the more famous names when it comes to video game accessories and peripherals, and it is with great excitement to announce their partnership with Bioware to roll out Dragon Age II products in tandem with the game’s launch in North America on March 8, while those living in Europe will be able to enjoy said title three days after.

Razer’s new products in this range will include an ergonomically precise Razer DeathAdder mouse (which you see above), a speed-enhancing Razer Goliathus mouse mat, and a tactile-sensitive Razer BlackWidow Ultimate mechanical keyboard. For those who are going to play the game on the Xbox 360, you will be able to hook up the Razer Onza Tournament Edition that sports adjustable resistance analog sticks to make it the perfect accessory to handle your rise to power. Of course, gamers who tend to travel a lot to other friends’ houses will also appreciate the Dragon Age II messenger bag.

All Razer products in the Dragon Age II line will definitely appeal to the avid fan of Dragon Age II, being is a highly aesthetic collector’s edition that is worthy of its name. Imagine the Razer DeathAdder that comes embossed with a fearsome red dragon, while the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate has an exclusive blood-red LED backlighting. As for the Razer Goliathus and Messenger Bag, both of them carry a design of Hawke battling Darkspawn with the Razer Onza Tournament Edition bearing an etching of Hawke striding forth fearlessly.

Just to get a better idea on the Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse, this hugely popular gaming peripheral (the vanilla version model) will now look even more pleasing ot the eyes as it offers both comfort and unbridled gaming precision, thanks to hardware specifications such as a 3500 dpi 3.5G infrared sensor, 1000Hz Ultrapolling with 1ms response time, 5 Hyperesponse buttons, and On-the-Fly sensitivity adjustment. It will arrive in April this year for $69.99 Stateside and €69.99 across the pond.

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WARDOGZ Says: March 5, 2011 at 11:58 pm

I have a Razer Naga which I purchased second hand, and I absolutely love it, but unfortunately until Razer realise that $1 does not equal £1 I refuse to buy their products new, so come on Razer get your exchange rate / pricing structure right and maybe many more Europeans will buy your great products.

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