What was announced at RazerCon 2020? Here are the new laptops and peripherals you need to know about

RazerCon 2020 was over the weekend.

That's not an event dedicated to shaving, but one all about Razer products.

As a result, we got a glimpse at just so many new things.

Whether you're interested in chairs, new PC cases, or cat ears, there's a little bit of something for everyone here.

Razer Iskur Gaming Chair

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First up we've got the new Iskur Gaming Chair. "The Iskur was designed to address the need for superior ergonomics in today’s gaming chairs, with its unique external lumbar support system that offers 26 degrees of customization, to help improve gamer posture during long gaming sessions."

It might be good for those of us still working from home then too.

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Razer Tomahawk Gaming Chassis

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We really like this design. This new PC case features easy to remove side panels that mean you can tinker around with your PC with ease.

It also looks like you could maybe fly away with it, and we respect that a lot.

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Razer Blade Stealth 13

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The next Razer Blade Stealth isn't out just yet but will be coming this year.

It features 11th Gen Intel i7-1165G7 and the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Ti for a better gaming experience on the go.

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Razer Seiren Mini

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This might be one of the cutest little microphones ever released.

The Raser Seiren boasts" a supercardioid pickup pattern that helps reduce unwanted ambient noise, paired with a finely tuned 14mm condenser capsule to broadcast crisp and accurate sound."

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Razer Kraken BT Kitty Edition

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We're not going to tell you to paws and think too hard about these right meow, but some people really want cat ears on their headphones.

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Razer Chroma RGB

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The last two announcements aren't to do with hardware as such. We'll let Razer explain.

"Razer introduced four new partners to the rapidly growing Razer Chroma Connect program: WD Black, Seagate Gaming, Yeelight, and Twinkly. The Razer Chroma Connect program now consists of over 50 third-party hardware partners, making it the world’s largest RGB lighting ecosystem for gaming devices."

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Sneki Snek X Conservation International

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Finally, "Razer shared exciting news on a true community favourite: Sneki Snek has been named the official Razer chief gaming mascot and is available now in a huggable plush form."

What's really cool about this is that Razer is collaborating with Conservation international.

Conservation International is an organisation that aims to empower societies to be more responsible and sustainable, which is nice.

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