Razer's been in the gaming peripheral field for quite a while - and anyone who is into gaming will tell you that Razer makes one of the best mice and keyboards in the world. From their best-selling gaming mouse to their mechanical gaming keyboard, the brand proudly presents its exceptional gaming hardware that will make your day. Read more about Razer in Malaysia below.

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Top Razer Price List 2021

Top 10 products Price Store
Razer Blade Pro 17 RM 8,999.00 Shopee
Razer Blade Stealth RM 7,029.72 Lazada
Razer Kraken PRO V2 RM 106.00 Shopee
Razer Raptor 27 RM 2,897.96 Amazon
Razer Hammerhead V2 RM 148.00 Shopee
Razer BlackWidow Chroma RM 399.00 LazMall by Lazada
Razer Hammerhead Pro V2 RM 34.11 Shopee
Razer DeathAdder Chroma RM 33.90 Shopee
Razer Blade Stealth 512GB RM 7,029.72 Amazon
Razer Viper RM 86.00 Shopee
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Razer Blade Pro 17

Cheapest at Shopee RM 8,999.00 RM 11,999.00 Go to Shop

Snake through the competition with Razer Malaysia gaming peripherals

Established in 1998 in San Diego, California by two friends, Min-Liang and Robert "Razer-guy" Krakoff, the company has a dream to bring superior computer peripherals to the masses. As Razer grew larger in their dominance of the gaming market, they have evolved into somewhat of a gaming lifestyle brand - marketing their products to demographics of all ages, game systems, consoles, and genres.

Razer's product line has also widened a lot from the original mouse and keyboard - they now even produce audio peripherals, controllers, motion-sensing controllers, mousepads - even laptops and an Android TV box!

Razer Phone

Avid gamers are not complete without the additional gaming mobile phone. Introducing the Razer Phone. The latest in Razer's line of technology. Don't let its minimalist looks fool you. The powerful Razer Mobile Phone is equipped with the latest in smartphone specs, making it one of the most sought-after phones this year.

Razer Mice - your decision, your precision

When Razer started in 1998, they were aiming to develop and sell a high-end gaming mouse, the Boomslang, with a DPI count of 2000. DPI stands for dots-per-inch, which is the measurement of how much your mouse has to move in relative to the movement of the pointer icon in the computer.

From the Boomslang onwards, Razer would continue to develop a number of different mice, including their first optical mouse, the Razer Viper - alongside their first gaming mouse pad designed for optical mice, the Razer eXactMat, which had two surfaces; one for a smoother glide, Speed; and the other for a rougher and slower glide, Control.

Razer's mouse lineup thus far:

  • Abyssus
  • DeathAdder
  • Taipan
  • Krait
  • Orochi
  • Ouroboros
  • Mamba
  • Diamondback
  • Naga

You can check out more mouse and their prices at iPrice's shopping gallery.

Razer Keyboard - your control centre for fragging

Razer entered into the keyboard field much later into the game. Their first keyboard, the Razer Tarantula, is a membrane dome keyboard featuring 10 extra macro keys and onboard memory storage of 32kb so that key profiles could be saved. It also had features such as pass-through audio and USB ports, as well as a proprietary 'Battledock' where gamers could plug-in attachments such as a light to illuminate the keyboard or a webcam.

Razer would then release several other keyboards, two of which gained a lot of attention for their uniqueness: The Razer Deathstalker Ultimate, a unique keyboard with their special Switchblade UI; and the Razer Blackwidow, the world's first gaming mechanical keyboard.

Their keyboards feature anti-ghosting keys, so all your presses are registered; they also feature fully-programmable macro keys for all your complex combos in a single press. They are also the world's first in making a gaming mechanical keyboard with a focus on shorter key-presses so your actions are projected in-game much faster.

Although they may have a few keyboards in their lineup, each one is packed full of features. Here is the current Razer keyboard line up:

  • Blackwidow
  • Deathstalker
  • Anansi
  • Orbweaver keypad
  • Tartarus keypad

Razer audio - hear every detail

Razer's first headphone was the Razer Piranha - or rather, a gaming communicator as Razer would put it. Like their other products, there's always one release that would stand the test of time and become everyone's favourite choice; for the audio part of Razer, it would the Razer Kraken headphones.

The Razer Kraken headphones were also designed ergonomically for maximum comfort and great sound, and they are also foldable for portability and storage. Razer also has some speaker setups in form of their now discontinue Razer Mako and the current Razer Leviathan soundbar and Razer Ferox, portable speakers.

Their headphones are all fine-tuned to make sure that every sound in-game is heard loud and clear, from the booming bass to the crystal clear highs, Razer's audio products don't miss a beat, literally. Flanked with Dolby Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound, you are sure to be fully immersed in your game.

The products of Razer audio include the following:

  • Kraken
  • Tiamat
  • Blackshark
  • Adaro Series
  • Chimaera
  • Hammerhead
  • Leviathan
  • Ferox
  • Seiren Pro

Razer gaming systems

As of recent times, Razer has not only been pumping out great mice and keyboard, but they have also released their own line of - once again the world's first - slimmest gaming laptops in the world, the Razer Blade, a 14" laptop. The Razer Blade Pro is a larger screen model with 17" and packing its touchscreen Switchblade UI that is similar to the one used in their gaming keyboard line. The Razer Blade, with its advanced design, high performing specifications, and that beautiful - just so beautiful QHD display, it’s bound to take your breath away.

Who is Razer owned by?

Founded in 2005, Razer is backed by Intel Capital, IDG-Accel, and Heliconia Capital Management (Heliconia), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore investment company Temasek. The founders of Razer are Min-Liang Tan and Robert Krakoff.

Why are Razer laptops so expensive?

The laptops of Razer are usually expensive because they are built and designed to be high quality which can last for a long time. Besides, the laptops are also good in terms of performance, portability, and design where the laptop has a sleek design and with rocking mechanical keyboards, and amazing backlighting.

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