Razer Announces New Style Lycosas

"Razer Fuses Aesthetics And Form With Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition and Razer Arctosa"

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Razer Announces New Style Lycosas
 
Razer™, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming peripherals, is proud to announce the launch of the Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition and the Razer Arct
 
osa, inspired by fusing both form and function into an ultra-sleek gaming keyboard. Both gaming keyboards retain the stylistic appeal and main features of the Razer Lycosa, with subtle differences to appeal to different gamer segments.
 
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The Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition is influenced by gamer feedback on the original Razer Lycosa where some gamers eschewed the rubber keytop for enhanced backlighting with clean lines. Razer’s reply to that culminated in the Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition. A gaming keyboard like its predecessor, the Razer Lycosa, the differences between them are a high-gloss mirror finish on the former with enhanced backlighting for night gaming. The original award winning Razer Lycosa will still be sold at all major electronics retailers while the Razer Lycosa Mirror Edition will be available in December 2008.
 
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The Razer Arctosa is designed to cater to the minimalist gamer looking for the bare essentials in a gaming keyboard. The Razer Arctosa is a basic version of the Razer Lycosa without the backlight but enhanced with fully macro-programmable and media access keys. The Razer Arctosa comes available in the standard silver-printed key letters but also comes with a black on black edition for gamers who have achieved the art of gaming without looking at their keys. The Razer Arctosa silver on black edition and the Razer Arctosa black on black edition will retail in November 2008 at global stores and online.
 
 
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The high-gloss mirror finish of the Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition will appeal to the stylistic crowd, while being powered by the exact technology which has catapulted the Razer Lycosa into one of Razer’s core-selling products,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president of Razer. He continued “The Razer Arctosa’s black on black version is a tribute to style personified. It’s a basic gaming keyboard which also looks awesome with any gaming rig.
 
The Lycosa Mirror Edition will retail for $79.99 and the Arctosa will go for $49.99.
 
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05-10-2008, 12:18:42

SwaleSmith
Just wondering I've always used them, such as Norton/Mcafee and recently Avast wich I liked better as i didn't seem to bog my PC down as much.

My question is do I really need it, don't go any sites I shouldn't be on LOL:banng:

Habe heard there a load of rubbish, any input???

05-10-2008, 14:26:31

Allargando
Glad to hear you gave norton the boot (it's an overpriced, useless piece of junk in my experience)

virus protection, along with a firewall and anti-spyware software, is always a good idea.

The only way to be 100% safe on the internet is to not go on it at all.
In the normal course of browsing you will pick up some form of malware, and you don't need to be on a site to get a virus.

Having a good set of protection programs will save you headaches which you would eventually face otherwise.

05-10-2008, 14:34:15

inconspicuousj
it's always worth using an antivirus. try nod32, i've heard good things but unfortunately haven't used it myself, my Norton subscription still has a few weeks left.

05-10-2008, 14:45:04

°TheMadDutchDude°
I have always used one, you never know what can come through the net and it could be on your computer and you wouldn't even know about it.

I currently use AVG Free 8.0 and haven't had a problem with it, I have actually been using AVG for the last 3 and a bit years and it has always picked up viruses as soon as they come in, and gets rid of them as well as it being free, it's always updated for free.

Glad to see you gave Norton a kick, it is one of the worst programs, they became more and more power hungry each year they brought out a new one!

05-10-2008, 15:52:17

SwaleSmith
installing avast as I type :D

05-10-2008, 17:21:28

nunzio
Can never go wrong with Avast :)

06-10-2008, 09:39:36

Pseudonym
I've got avast on this laptop and i used to have AVG on my old one. I rarely scan though. It's just set up to autoscan downloads and P2P stuff.

Firefox with noscript and a hardware firewall have always kept me clean enough.

Saying that, my old Pc had no protection for maybe 3 years, i ran a scan before i got rid of it and found nothing but a few tracking cookies.
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