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Razer unveils Transformers 3 gaming peripherals with movie DVD/Blu-ray release


Besides the Transformers 3 DVD/Blu-ray movie release, you can now own a piece of limited edition Transformers 3 gaming peripheral from Razer. Razer, with license from Hasbro, has unveiled their new range of Transformers 3 gaming peripherals.

Razer, under license from Hasbro, has unleashed a unique Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon Collector’s Edition product line now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. The four uniquely designed Razer DeathAdder mice in the form of OPTIMUS PRIME, BUMBLEBEE, MEGATRON and SHOCKWAVE, claim to offer unparalleled gaming performance. Also included in the product line is a dual-sided Razer Vespula mouse mat whereby one side represents the AUTOBOTS with a speed-enhancing surface, and the other, the DECEPTICONS with a control-enhancing surface. You can showcase your favored allegiance as you annihilate opponents with your preferred style of swiping. An exclusive laptop case designed by Razer is also available in four iconic TRANSFORMERS brand colors, delivering a stylish and eye-catching storage solution.

Price: US$59.99

Availability: North America (Retail and Razerzone.com) – Available Now ; Rest of the World – Q4 2011

Product features:
– Ergonomic right-handed design
– 3500dpi Razer precision 3.5G infrared sensor
– 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time
– 5 independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons
– On-the-fly sensitivity adjustments
– 60 – 120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration
– Zero-acoustic Razer gaming grade Ultraslick mouse feet
– Gold-plated USB connector
– 7-ft lightweight, braided fiber cable
– Approx. size in mm: 128(L) x 70(W) x 42.5(H)

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