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Thursday, 17 July 2008 22:42

Velocity Micro and Overdrive PC get Razerised

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Systems will come with Razer peripherals


According to a press release issued by Razer and Velocity Micro and Overdrive PC, systems from both companies will now be available with the entire line-up of Razer's peripheral.

In addition to the choice of Razer-praised gaming peripherals, Velocity Micro's Raptor series PCs will exclusively include Razer's mouse and keyboard with each purchase. The mouse in question is Razer's DeathAdder and those that decide to go for Velocity Micro's Raptor series system will also enjoy Razer's Lycosa gaming keyboard.

It is nice to see that Velocity Micro and Overdrive PC have decided to go for Razer, as they are taking a serious leap to be formidable gaming PC system builders.
Last modified on Friday, 18 July 2008 15:20

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