Just recently, Razer released a number of new gaming products. First, it launched the Razer BOOK 13 notebook. It comes with an 11-generation Core processor and a 16:10 screen. It has excellent battery life and passed the EVO platform certification. The price starts at $1199.99.
Razer Book 13 Features
The company said that the new Razer Book 13 is positioned as a thin and light productivity notebook designed for mobile users. The Razer Book 13 is made of aluminum alloy shell. The surface is treated with mercury anodizing. The thickest part is only 15.15mm, and the weight is 1.34kg or 1.4kg.
As said, under the hood, it carries an 11th generation Core processor. You can select any of i5-1135G7 and i7-1165G7 models. The laptop uses the Xe core display card, and comes with 8/16GB LPDDR4X-4266 memory and 256/512GB PCI-E M.2 SSD. Its 13-inch 16:10 screen supports FHD or 4K resolution.
It is worth mentioning that the screens of all versions of the machine cover 100% of the sRGB color gamut, support Windows Hello facial recognition, and the keyboard supports Razer Chroma RGB backlight. So you customize the keys lightning effects.
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In other aspects, the Razer Book 13 provides two USB-C Thunderbolt 4 ports, one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A port, one HDMI 2.0 port, and one 3.5mm port. It sports an Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 wireless network card and supports Bluetooth 5.1.
The i5 version costs $1199.99, while the i7 version costs $1599.99.
Razer Kaira Pro Features
In addition to Razer Book 13, Razer also released two gaming headsets for Xbox Series S|X. The Razer Kaira Pro can also be used with PCs and mobile devices.
The Kaira Pro supports Xbox Wireless connection technology. So it can be connected to the game console without any adapter. And the headset also supports Bluetooth 5.0 technology. So it can be paired with smartphones and PCs.
These headsets use Razer’s TriForce Titanium 50mm driver unit and HyperClear Supercardioid microphone, as well as an EQ preset button to help users switch between different audio profiles.
The company said that Kaira Pro can provide 20 hours of battery life when Chroma lighting is disabled, and 15 hours when enabled.
- Frequency: 20 Hz-20 kHz
- Impedance: 32Ω at 1kHz
- Sensitivity (@ 1 kHz): 108 dB
- Drive: 50 mm with neodymium magnet
- Inner ear cup diameter: 56mm wide / 67mm long
- Oval ear pads: Designed for full ear coverage, using thermally conductive fabric, very suitable for long-term wear
- Connection type: Direct to Xbox / Xbox wireless adapter via Windows 10
- Wireless range: 10 m / 30 ft
- Wireless frequency: 2.4 GHz / 5 GHz
- Battery life: up to 15 hours (using chroma lighting) / 20 hours (not using chroma lighting)
- Microphone frequency response: 100-10,000 Hz S/N ratio:> 60 dB
- Sensitivity (@ 1 kHz): -54±3 dB
- Bluetooth wireless range: up to 10 m / 30ft
- Xbox One / Xbox One S / Xbox One X / Xbox Series X | S
- PC (Windows 10 or higher)*
- Devices with Bluetooth 5.0 connection
As you understand, another Kaira has basically the same configuration as the Kaira Pro, but does not support Bluetooth 5.0. So it only supports Xbox. Currently, the Kaira Pro is priced at $149.99, while the Kaira is priced at $99.99.
Razer Charging Pad Chroma Features
Razer has released the Razer Charging Pad Chroma wireless charger Symphony Edition. It supports 10W wireless fast charging. The surface of the charger is made of soft-touch rubber material to prevent the device from being scratched when it is in contact with it.
The Razer Wireless Charger Symphony Edition has 10 Razer Chroma RGB lamp beads, with about 1680 colors and a variety of lighting effects. Users can connect it to the computer and use Thunder Cloud 3 to adjust the lighting effects. The Razer Wireless Charger Symphony Edition uses a USB-C interface and carries a 0.5-meter USB-C to USB-C charging cable.