Razor launched their newest gaming device console that let’s you play android games on your living room. Razer Forge TV is running on Android Lollipop 5.0 powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 805 paired with Adreno™ 420 GPU with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of Internal Storage.
Forge TV is the ability to stream gameplay from a networked PC, also supports a number of multimedia apps, including YouTube, Hulu, Crackle, Red Bull TV, and iHeartRadio, as well as Google Cast that can stream in full HD.
Along side with the console also is the Serval Controller a Bluetooth gaming controller design for Razor Forge TV, equipped with a Bluetooth 3.0, has 4 Hyperesponse action buttons and an adjustable game clip. it’ similar with any other Bluetooth controllers but this is Razor if you know what I mean.
Also the Razor Turret a portable gaming mouse and lapboard that has a ergonomic and ultra-slim form factor. Razor emphasis that it’s supporting up to four months of usage on the keyboard (40 hours of non-stop play on the mouse) you won’t have to charge the Razer Turret after every use.
It will be available first quarter of 2015, with a $100 price tag. Razer also has a bundle version that includes both the console and a Serval controller, for $150. Serval is priced at $80 separately, While he Razer Turret’s launching sometime in the second quarter of 2015 with a $130 price tag.