Razer unveils full range of Mercury White products

Razer has announced a special Mercury Collection of its products for 2019. The Mercury Collection was first released in 2017 and has been expanded to Razer’s most popular products.

The Razer Blade 15 is already available in Mercury White and can now be paired with;

  • Razer Atheris wireless mouse
  • Razer Basilisk gaming mouse
  • Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma mouse mat
  • Razer BlackWidow Lite keyboard
  • Razer Huntsman gaming keyboard
  • Razer Kraken gaming headset
  • Razer Raiju Tournament Edition controller for PS4
  • Razer Seiren X microphone
  • Razer Base Station Chroma headset stand

Razer Co-Founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan said of the collection;

Gamers demand absolute attention to detail and style for their gaming gear. The Razer Mercury Collection will transform your gaming experience with the minimalist look that will never go out of fashion.

Razer Mercury White

Both the Razer Atheris and Basilisk are great mice though the former is wireless and the latter wired and featuring Razer Chroma. We’ve reviewed the Razer Basilisk here and the white version is the very same model, albeit in a different skin.

To go with a white Razer mouse, players can grab a Goliathus mouse pad, powered by Chroma. The BlackWidow Lite “melds the fast responsiveness for gaming with toned down features to be subtle for the office. High-performance keys with o-ring sound dampeners and true white LED backlighting to keep you focused and productive as you type away even into the late hours.”

If you don’t mind a louder keyboard, grab the Huntsman. It also comes with Chroma back-lit keys. The Razer Kraken now also comes in white, which might be an upgrade from the neon green. In our review we wrote;

These are a headset worth serious consideration considering the midrange price point.

Solid build construction and materials, comfortable even over extended gaming sessions, crystal clear comms and cinematic THX enhanced game sound all add up to a very solid and aural experience. 

For PS4 players looking for a more pro controller experience, the Raiju Tournament Edition has also been given the Mercury White makeover. We reviewed it and said that “The Raiju is an incredibly versatile controller and one that in the right hands can make a world of difference to your games.”

Finally, you have the Razer Seiren X which has been designed and tested by professional streamers and the Razer Base Station Chroma which is a headset stand with three USB 3.0 ports.

If you’re a fan of Razer products and you like the white/grey sheen of this range then now might be the time to upgrade. Alternatively, you can get many of these products in pink.

Check your local retailer for pricing.

Leo Stevenson
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