Hands on Razer’s latest wares at E3 2010

Once a purveyor only of competition-grade gaming mice for first-person shooters, Razer has expanded its product range considerably in recent years to target hardcore games across all systems and genres. At E3, Razer showed off its first console game controller: the Onza for Xbox 360. Despite wearing the same $50 price tag as Microsoft’s stock controller, it offers extra buttons and adjustable tightness on the analog sticks. With StarCraft II just around the corner, it also showed off the $80 Spectre mouse, $120 Marauder keyboard and $120 Banshee headset, all of which offer StarCraft-specific functionality.

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