Razer Arms The Earth With Mass Effect 3 Gaming Gear

Did you think dropping $US60 on a copy of Mass Effect 3 next month would be enough to save the Earth from the impending Reaper invasion? Is the Earth truly safe if you don't buy a Mass Effect branded keyboard, mouse, Xbox 360 controller or iPhone case?

Of course it is. This is reality, and the Earth is, for the most part, completely fine. The circle of commerce continues to turn, as BioWare and Razer team up to create an incredibly sexy line of peripherals based on the third instalment of Commander Shepard's science fiction epic.

How much do you love Mass Effect? Is it a $US24.99 iPhone case sort of love, or does your passion burn hotter than a $US209.99 wireless gaming headset? There's an N7-logo'd device for every price range.

This is one of the most expansive peripheral lines I've seen tied to a major video game launch. Between the mouse, the headset, the double-sided mouse pad and the headset, you can transform your entire desktop into Earth central command. Tossing in the bag, tuck your iPhone inside, and you've spent a great deal of cash on the war effort.

All of this can be yours come March, if the price is right. Flip through the gallery for official product descriptions and how much each is worth in little sheets of government-controlled paper.

About the Mass Effect 3 Razer Imperator Ergonomic Gaming Mouse Mass Effect 3 drops players into an all-out galactic war where the Reapers have taken Earth, and only you as Commander Shepard can take back Earth and prevent the entire galaxy from complete annihilation. Use the Razer Imperator Mass Effect 3 Edition gaming mouse as your tech-blade, an extension of your arm and with its 6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System dispatch the ruthless enemies before they end humanity's existence.

Price: $US79.99 / €79.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — Pre-Order Now Worldwide — March 2012 Product features: · 6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System · Rubberised contoured thumb grip for added control · Ergonomic right-handed design · Adjustable side buttons · Razer Synapse Onboard Memory · Up to 200 inches per second/50g acceleration · Seven independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons · On-the-Fly Sensitivity adjustment · Zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet · Approx. size in mm; 123(l) x 71(w) x 42(h)

About the Mass Effect 3 iPhone 4 Protection Case by Razer With a hard-shell design inspired by Commander Shepard's iconic N7 Onyx armour, and complete with segmented protection plates, your iPhone 4 is getting the best protection to take on every intense firefight, battle, and hard knock Mass Effect 3 and your life can throw at it.

Price: $US24.99 / €24.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — March 2012 Worldwide — March 2012 Product features: · Heavy duty silicone protection for your iPhone 4 from the elements · rubberised finish for better grip · Mass Effect 3 inspired design

About the Mass Effect 3 Razer Messenger Bag</strong Constructed with tear-resistant, weather-proof heavy-duty 1680D ballistic nylon, the Mass Effect 3 Razer Messenger bag gives your gaming laptop and gear total protection from intergalactic warfare.

Price: $US79.99 / €79.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — March 2012 Worldwide — March 2012 Product features: Armored with a tear-resistant, weather-proof heavy duty 1680D ballistic nylon outer shell Water-resistant TPU inner lining for added durability Single shoulder sling design for added mobility Built in compartments for up to 15-inch laptops, gaming peripherals and portable gaming devices. Durable inner lining protects electronic devices and provides ample shock absorbency while on the road

About the Mass Effect 3 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keyboard The Razer BlackWidow Mass Effect 3 Edition gaming keyboard is a state-of-the-art weapon with its full-fledged heavy-duty mechanical key infrastructure. When it delivers crisp, tactile feedback and faster keystroke actuation, this revolutionary, fully backlit gaming keyboard helps Commander Shepard get the mission done with razor-sharp efficiency.

Price: $US139.99 / €139.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — Pre-Order Now Worldwide — March 2012 Product Features: Full mechanical keys with 50g actuation force Individually backlit keys with 5 levels of lighting 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time Programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording Gaming mode option for deactivation of the Windows key 10 customisable software profiles with on-the-fly switching 5 additional macro keys Gaming optimised key matrix for minimized ghosting Multi-media controls Braided cable Audio-out / Mic-in jacks USB-passthrough Approx. size in mm: 475(L) x 171(W) x 30(H) Weight: 1.5kg

About the Mass Effect 3 Razer Chimaera Xbox 360 5.1 Wireless Gaming Headset Whether tuning into the immersive sounds of the various exotic in-game locales featured in Mass Effect 3, or to get the one-up on enemies through audio cues and pinpoint positional audio — The Razer Chimaera 5.1 Mass Effect 3 Edition gaming headset takes you into the game full throttle by way of your ears. As you hear the Reapers closing in all around you, be ready to take the fight to them.

Price: $US209.99 / €209.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — March 2012 Worldwide — March 2012 Product features: Wireless Headset Circumaural Design with 50mm Driver Units Volume & Mic Control Buttons on the Headset 3 Preset EQ Detachable 2.5mm Microphone Cable Dimensions: 200mm(Width) x 204mm(Height) x 88mm(Depth) Inner Ear Cup Diameter: 55 mm / 2.16" Approximate Weight (including batteries): 369 g / 0.81 lbs Headphones Radio Frequency: 5.8GHz Dolby Headphone / Dolby Pro Logic® II / Dolby Digital Wireless Range: 33ft / 10m Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz Impedance: 32O at 1kHz Sensitivity (@1kHz, 1V/Pa): 105dB +/- 2dB Drivers: 50 mm, with Neodymium Magnets Batteries: 2 AAA Batteries (Up to 8 Hours Battery Life) Charging Time: 3 Hours Microphone Frequency Response: 130 - 10,000 Hz Sensitivity (@1kHz, 1V/Pa): -42 ± 2dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio: >55 dB Pick-up Pattern: Uni-directional Hardware Requirements Xbox 360 Available Optical Port PC RCA to 3.5mm Cable* Available 3.5mm Headphone Jack Available 3.5mm Microphone Jack * RCA to 3.5mm cable required and sold separately

About the Mass Effect 3 Onza Tournament Edition Xbox 360 Gaming Controller The Onza TE Mass Effect 3 Edition provides enhanced combat effectiveness through adjustable resistance on both analogue sticks and the addition of two fully programmable multi-function buttons. Quickly fire biotics from the extra shoulder buttons to disable enemies, and use analogue sticks calibrated to your preferred tension. An improved D-pad, Hyperesponse buttons, and a 15-foot lightweight braided cable, round-off this perfect weapon for Mass Effect 3 on the Xbox 360 and PC.

Price: $US59.99 / €59.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — Pre-Order Now Worldwide — March 2012 Product features: 2 Adjustable resistance analogue sticks 2 Multi-Function Buttons (MFB) 4 backlit Hyperesponse action buttons Precision D-Pad Non-slip rubber surface Quick release USB connector 15 foot, lightweight, braided fibre cable Approx. size in mm: 109(L) x 154(W) x 60.5(H)

About the Mass Effect 3 Razer Vespula Dual-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat In Mass Effect 3, Commander Shepard and his team will face their greatest challenge yet - the Reapers. The Razer Vespula dual-sided gaming mouse mat is the perfect way to ensure that you're prepared for each battle. Get neck-breaking acceleration under your mouse with the SPEED side to hit the enemies before they can react, or deliver precise headshots with the measured movement of the CONTROL side. Exclusively designed in pitch-black finish with the iconic N7 logo and stripes displayed on Shepard's armour, the Razer Vespula Mass Effect 3 Edition readies both you and your mouse for the war to take Earth back.

Price: $US34.99 / €34.99 Availability: Razerzone.com — Pre-Order Now Worldwide — March 2012 Product features: · Non-slip, anti-reflective, abrasion-resistant hard coat · SPEED surface for faster mouse movements · CONTROL surface for precise mouse movements · Comes with a gel-filled wrist rest · Approximate Size : 320 mm / 12.61" (Length) x 260 mm / 10.24" (Width) x 20 mm / 0.79" (Height) · Approximate Weight: 332 g / 0.73 lbs


Comments

    Whats amusing is they imply that you can use the game pad on the PC version, despite the fact that Bioware yet again left out game pad support.

    GOD DAMN IT!!!

    that is SO MUCH BETTER than my stock standard Razer Onza!

    *cries*

    Bahahaha! The article broke the page :D

    Also, that stuff looks fantastic, but I don't think I can justify paying that much for it.

    "Between the mouse, the headset, the double-sided mouse pad and the headset"

    Nailed it.

    I don't know what we are yelling about!

    But seriously, I don't want to like the look of the xbox controller, but I like the look of the xbox controller. Still not buying it though. The first-party one is too good.

      I've got the Razer Onza TE, works great as an all-round controller (especially for FPS), but not so good for fighting games, so I use the first-party wireless with the improved d-pad for that specifically ;)

        I loved my Onza TE too, until it started acting weird on me. It's like the right thumb stick is constantly being pushed down, so the camera keeps slowly moving downward. Back to the old faithful I went, but I reeeaaally miss those awesome mechanical face buttons and the extra shoulder buttons ... *sigh*

          you often have to open them up and clean them out. its the same with the mice they get filled with dirt/other substances.

    I WANT THEM!!!

    I don't want to pay that much money for them though... D:

    Someone didn't put a tag!! LOL.

    That said, I do want the keyboard... Sadly it isn't the stealth edition. The blue key on the normal one is way too clacky!

      Ugh, the seemed to be swallowed by the comment

    and it's still swallowed! Ah well just google the HTML end bold line tag.

    Oh my... That mouse.... WANT. Hehe, I was planning to get the Imperator to replace my Deathadder anyway. Now I have an excuse to dish out morem oney mwahaha.

      yeah I definitely would love to replace my deathadder for the imperator.... even the standard one... looks heaps nice! :D

    How can i buy this stuff when all my moneys has gone on the pages of DLC we all know ME3 will have

    Seeing the pricing on the AU razerzone site... gah we get screwed. Wonder if there's any way to pay US140 rather than AU230 for that blackwidow... I'd happily buy it for a reasonable price considering regular blackwidow ultimates in Australia go for ~$150. $230 seems farrr too steep.

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