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Wednesday, 26 January 2011 00:00

Razer rolls out Ferox portable speakers

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Omni-directional 6W speakers
Following in the footsteps of Mako, Razer has rolled out yet another product in its gaming audio portfolio, Ferox gaming speakers. Unlike the Mako, which was meant for desktop use, Ferox speakers are mostly aimed at gamers that want perfect sound in portable small speakers.

The Ferox system uses 30mm neodymium magnet drivers with digital amplification that provides a total output of 6W (2x3W) and since we are talking about omni-directional speakers it means that the sound can be heard all around the speakers. It features non-removable batteries for around 12 hours of worktime, has LED lights that are also a battery meter and will be bundled with a carrying bag.

Ferox can be connected via USB or a standard 3.5mm audio jack and look pretty sleek and futuristic, something that gamers are certainly looking for.

Ferox is already available with a US $59.99/€59.99 price tag.

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