Razer today announced the launch three new gadgets arriving later this year.
The Razer Man O’ War 7.1. headset, StarGazer Webcam, and OSVR will all launch worldwide before the end of the year.
Razer Man O’ War 7.1. headset
The headset is an encore to the recent debut of the wireless Razer ManO’War, an editor’s choice among the ranks of TechRadar, Tom’s Guide, VentureBeat and more.
The headset is usable on PC, PS4 and Xbox One with powerful 50 mm drivers delivering virtual 7.1 surround sound to the listener.
Check out the complete list of features below:
- Advanced 7.1 virtual surround sound engine* for pinpoint positional audio
- Powerful 50mm drivers and sound isolation for immersive gaming audio
- In-Line controls and fully retractable microphone for easy access
- Works perfectly with standard 3.5mm jack devices
- Compatibility with PC, Mac, PS4 and Xbox One (Xbox One stereo adapter may be required, purchased separately)*7.1 Surround Sound only available on PC through Razer Synapse.
Razer StarGazer Webcam
This may just be the ultimate webcam for streamers.
According to Razer, “the Stargazer was produced as an advanced webcam with features for video production and broadcasting.”
“Among its many abilities are ultra-high frame rate capture, dynamic background removal to create professional-looking streams without a green screen, 3D scanning for game immersion, and advanced facial/gesture recognition for desktop experiences.”
Check out the Specifications below:
- 60 frames-per-second capture optimized for streaming (at 1,280,x720-pixel resolution)
- Max 1,920×1,080-pixel resolution video capture
- Automatic noise-cancelling dual array mic
- Dynamic Background Removal (will support OBS, Skype, Oovoo, XSplit, IR Facerig, QQ and Razer Cortex)
- Flexible clip for laptops and desktop monitors
- Tripod mount
- Requires computer with Windows 10, USB 3.0 port and sixth-gen Intel Core processor
Razer announced that 15 new games will be heading to its OSVR platform.
The titles were chosen from among several hundred proposals submitted by applicants seeking consideration from the recently announced OSVR Developer Fund.
A second, larger batch of titles is currently in the process of being greenlit for announcement end of Q3.
These titles will join a library of games already available on the platform such as Elite: Dangerous and Project CARS through SteamVR support. There is also support for non-gaming content like WebVR and various media players.
This follows the recent announcement of the new HDK 2 headset.