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Razer Powers the Everglide DKTBoard

By Julio Franco
Nov 15, 2007
  1. Carlsbad, Calif., – November 13, 2007 – Razer™, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle electronics peripherals, announced the newest product under the ‘Powered by Razer’ initiative, the Everglide™ DKTBoard.

    The Powered by Razer program is an initiative reflecting Razer's commitment to work with computer industry partners who are interested in obtaining the edge in computer gaming hardware. It extends Razer’s industry-leading gaming technology to businesses globally, by allowing interested partners to license Razer’s cutting-edge technology in their gaming products. Similar to the ‘Go Pro with Razer’ program which is also community-driven - developing new talent for the gaming industry by helping aspiring gamers become professional gamers, the ‘Powered by Razer’ initiative underscores Razer's commitment to invigorate and consistently bring new products to the table for the gaming industry.

    “The Everglide DKTBoard joins an exciting circle of product luminaries. Other products part of the ‘Powered by Razer’ initiative include the Microsoft Habu gaming mouse, the Microsoft Reclusa gaming keyboard and the Belkin n52te speedpad. The DKTBoard will bear the ‘Powered by Razer’ insignia, which means gamers can expect a premium product well catered to their needs,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president of Razer.

    “We had heard about ‘Powered by Razer’ and it was perfect for Everglide’s new business plans. As a leader in high-end precision gaming peripherals, Razer provided the technological expertise and invaluable suggestions to the DKTBoard. The DKTBoard is now ready for retail and we are confident of its uptake amongst the gaming community,” said Iliana X, Senior Vice President of Global Sales, Everglide.

    Razer embarked on this initiative to help industry partners and gamers expand on the fast-growing gaming community and make it stronger and more dynamic for the benefit of the gaming industry and community. With the ‘Powered by Razer’ program, companies interested in gaming can work with Razer to meet the needs of competitive gamers in order to reach the upper echelon of professional-grade gaming products. Licensing Razer’s expertise in gaming has worked well for Microsoft, who tapped on Razer’s innate gaming knowledge of what works for gamers.

    For more information and case studies on ‘Powered by Razer,’ please visit www.razerzone.com/powered-by-razer.
     
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