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Razer and Blizzard to co-develop StarCraft II gaming peripherals

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The long-awaited Blizzard real-time strategy game, StarCraft II, will be launching soon and Razer has partnered the game company to develop high-precision gaming peripherals to match the gameplay experience.

Carlsbad, Calif. – Aug 11th, 2009 – Razer has joined forces with Blizzard Entertainment to co-develop StarCraft® II gaming peripherals powered by Razer technology. With the upcoming launch of StarCraft II, Razer and Blizzard Entertainment are collaborating on bringing gamers a quality tournament-grade mouse, keyboard and headset specifically designed to maximize the StarCraft II gameplay experience.

The first Razer StarCraft II tournament level gaming peripherals are poised to revolutionize the RTS category. The new line of professional gaming peripherals are engineered and designed from the ground up with unique exclusive features to cater to the StarCraft II community. Razer will incorporate its expertise in design, ergonomics, technology, and professional gaming peripherals to give StarCraft II gamers the competitive edge.

In addition to the co-development of Razer StarCraft II gaming peripherals, Razer will design an exclusive StarCraft II messenger bag, backpack, and E-Sport Pro Gamer Case. Razer will showcase the StarCraft II messenger bag at the upcoming BlizzCon® gaming convention, to be held August 21-22 at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. Razer will also showcase its full line of gaming gaming-grade peripherals, including the Razer Lycosa™ keyboard, Razer Carcharias™ professional PC gaming headset and the Razer DeathAdder™ gaming mouse.

Source: Razer

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