Razer’s annual, self-titled Razercon 2021 kicked off just hours ago and as you would expect, the gaming brand had plenty of products. Amidst the sea of its new mask, gaming chair, and audio products, it also launched a whole new line of PC components, complete in all their RGB LED glory.
First on the list is the Razer Kunai, the brand’s own PC case fans. Like current generation case fans, the Kunai sports fans blades, designed to maximise the airflow into casings and in this case, they also use hydraulic bearing technology. It also comes in the two standard sizes, 120mm and 140mm.
Pricing for the Razer Kunai starts at US$44.99 (RM187) per fan and are already available.
Next on the list is the Razer Hanbo, the brand’s first AIO cooler with an addressable RGB pump cap. As per the official Razer fluff, it says that the product was borne from a partnership with the Danish company, Asetek. Available in 240mm and 360mm sizes, the radiators are also paired with either two or three Razer Kunai fans.
The Razer Hanbo is set to go on sale from November onwards. No official pricing has been released.
Another first for the brand is the Razer Katana, the brand’s Power Supply Unit (PSU) lineup. Fully modular, equipped with a zero RPM, RGB fan and an 80 Plus Platinum rating, these ATX PSUs are available in wattages ranging from 750W to 1200W. Additionally, there is also an “exclusive” 1600W Katana PSU, with an 80 Plus Titanium rating.
In terms of availability, the Razer Katana series will be available to the masses sometime in the “beginning of 2022”, although the brand doesn’t provide an exact launch date.
Lastly, Razer is also launching its own PWM PC fan controller. On paper, the fan controller will support up to eight Razer Kunai fans, and can be integrated into the Razer Synapse software, allowing fans to control and customise their fan curve control, along with their airflow and thermal performance.
Llike the Kunai, the PWM will be available to consumers starting this month and will retail at an SRP of US$49.99 (~RM207). At the time of writing, Razer did not specify local availability or pricing.