The new Razer x Roblox collection includes a wireless mouse, a keyboard, and a headset. | Source: Razer

Simultaneously upgrade your virtual world and your at-home setup with the newest gaming hardware from Razer

Gamers can revamp their setup and unlock exclusive in-game items with three new tech accessories featuring designs inspired by Roblox. Each item in the new collection features Roblox’s iconic logo and comes with a redemption code.

The Razer Orochi V2 ($89.99) is a portable, lightweight, wireless mouse with a small form factor, designed to be more comfortable for gamers with smaller hands. In Bluetooth mode, this mouse offers up to 950 hours of battery life. It also includes a virtual Razer Cyberpack, a black backpack that looks like a computer mouse and features the Razer logo.

Part of Razer’s line of keyboards, the Razer BlackWidow V3 features Green Mechanical Switches that are known by gamers for positive, tactile feedback. Outfitted with white, UV-Coated ABS keycaps and Razer Chroma RGB lighting, the keyboard can be customized based on the user’s preferences. The Razer BlackWidow V3 unlocks a pair of virtual Razer Cyber Wings, designed to resemble keyboards, and costs $179.99.

The final item in this collab is a Razer Barracuda X wireless headset, which is compatible with PC, console, and mobile devices. With up to 50 hours of battery life, users can have enhanced audio conversations with friends and immerse themselves in Roblox for hours without having to recharge their headsets. The Razer Barracuda X is $129.99 and comes with a virtual Razer Cyber Helmet.

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All three products will be available starting this Friday, April 28, at, Razer stores, and select retailers. You can sign up now to be notified when the collection drops.

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