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The Razer company has a huge selection of gaming mice, mats, pads, keyboards, audio, controllers and other gaming gear and accessories. But they are probably best known for their gaming mice collection. Here is an overview of what Razer sells.
The gaming mice lineup comes in several product lines listed below:
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The Elite class of mouse has three models to choose from, the Razer Mamba, Razer Naga Epic and the Razer Orochi. The Naga Epic is part of the MMO line and the Orochi is from the mobile line of mice.
The next line of mice to look at is the Expert line. These are one step below the Elite in capability and price. There are five models to choose from and they are the Razer Naga Molten, Razer Naga, Battlefield 3 Razer Imperator, Razer Imperator and the Razer Lachesis. All five of these models are at the same price.
The next level is the Essential line of mice that basically comprise various versions of the Death Adder mouse. The exceptions to this are two models called the Razer Abyssus Mirror and the Razer Abyssus.
The Ergonomic class of mice is basically comprised of select models from the 3 previous classes noted from above. Basically the Death Adder models, the Naga models, the Imperator models and the Mamba.
The Mobile class of mice has 2 models in it and they are the Razer Orochi Black Chrome and the Razer Orochi.
Their MMO series of mice comprise the Naga series and there are 3 of them. They are the Razer Naga Epic, Razer Naga Molten and the Razer Naga.
For the final Ambidextrous series it is comprised of the 2 Orochi models, the 2 Abyssus models and the 1 Lachesis model as well as the Tron gaming mouse and the Starcraft II Razer Spectre.
Similarly to mice, the gaming keyboards come in several levels as well:
The Elite keyboard series is comprised of 4 models that come from the Mechanical line of keyboards and they are the Razer Black Widow Ultimate Stealth, Battlefield Black Widow Ultimate, Black Widow Ultimate and finally the Dragon Age II Black Widow Ultimate. It looks like they are considered Elite due to pricing I am sure as well as capability.
The Expert level has 5 models and they are the Black Widow, Anansi, Nostromo, Lycosa and the Lycosa Mirror.
The Essential line has only 1 model in as of this writing and it is the Razer Arctosa.
The Standard models have 3 in it, the Razer Lycosa, Razer Lycosa Mirror and the Razer Arctosa (Essential).
The Mechanical series is simply just the 5 Black Widow models.
The MMO series is the Razer Anansi model and the keypad is the Razer Nostromo.
Once again the audio products fall into these categories:
Xbox 360/PC Headsets
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The audio products for this company are extensive and have a wide range of performance. The first group is the Elite. There are 2 models in this series and they are the Razer Megalodon and the Razer Moray+.
Next is the Expert line and the 2 models are the Razer Carcharias and the Razer Orca.
The Essential line has 3 models to choose from and they are the Razer Electra, Razer Piranha and the Razer Moray.
Analog headsets include again the Razer Carcharias, Razer Electra and the Razer Piranha.
The USB line has 1 model to choose and it is the Razer Megalodon.
The Xbox line consists of the Razer Chimaera and the Razer Chimaera 5.1.
The Analog headphone is the Razer Orca and the Earphones consist of the Razer Moray+ and the Moray and the Speaker system is the Razer Ferox.
Razer also sells many other product lines such as gaming controllers, licensed gaming products, a full line of gaming accessories and an extensive line of gaming gear which is far too much to go into here.