Strengthening its esports brand
A whopping SG$ 10 million over one full year
Held in partnership with one of the best eSports teams in the world
Will go along well with your Razer Toaster
Upgraded models of the Razer Blade Pro 17 and Blade 15
Image source: Razer
Choose your weapon
Comes with new features to enjoy
Pretty in pink but still pretty bada$$
Badass gaming accessories
This was a pretty tough unboxing
First done during the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta
In time for Singles' Day
Needs to be more than that
They're much cheaper now, too!
Truly flagship all around
A pocketable gaming rig with flagship features
All glass, all power
What else is there to know?
It's a month of new smartphones
Only the best for mobile gaming!
Ending the week with nostalgic feels
This year's best gaming phone?
Don't fix it if it ain't broke?
From the official source
It's time for a sequel!
Choose your weapon for mobile gaming!
Sporting the latest specs available!
For better gaming!
A little strange, but we'll take it
Each phone has its own power!
Making it the only phone with HDR10 and Dolby Digital 5.1
First and only phone with 120Hz display!
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