Razer shows mouse, wrist rest and chair with haptic feedback

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Falling apart due to it's own vibrations in 26 months. And mining crypto.
    On a more serious note, I'm not sure I fancy haptic feedback on the wrist rest or mouse, crippling aim...
     
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    That's designed in order to achieve 100% seizure intensity.

    Not only you will have severe seizures from all those RGB's on your mouse mat, mouse, chair, case, keyboard, MONITOR STAND, headset, gpu, ram, mobo, fans e.t.c.
    But when it actually happens, with Razer seizure technology you will shake as well like a crazy.

    Now that's Tech!
     
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    People are still buying razer products? They're awful. I don't know why they haven't gone bust when there's so many better options out there
     
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    Since all this gaming madness start i have seen some good ideas:

    • Hi DPI mices
    • Ambient lights synced with monitor image
    • Low priced hi performance routers/aps
    • Hi refresh rate monitors/Variable refresh rate (gsync-freesync)
    • This advanced haptic feedback could be another one if its proposed as an standard and not as a proprietary Razer crap
     
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    For the record, I've only had 1 razer product fail. A headset, but it served me for about 3 yrs. It was the Barracuda headset that went with the Barracuda AC-1 sound card. I agree, they are going overboard now. Haptic in the seat might be cool. I own the Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless headset with Haptic feedback and all I can say is, for gaming, I'll never use another headset. It doesn't sound as good as my DT 770 Pro's, but it does sound much better than I thought. I absolutely adds to the gameplay. I can't count how many times I laughed in Doom when I fired the grenade launcher ,heard the thud and is rumbled my headset.. Even subtle things activate it, but its subtle. I'm not hard on my equipment and most of my gear last for years. I have a 2 year warranty on these just in case. How can you have haptic on a mouse and not mess up your aim? Makes no sense. The chair and headset yes, everything else. NO..
     

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