Razer Expanding Mac Support for Gaming Peripherals
Posted 03/10/2010 at 3:38pm | by Brian Proffit
At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today, Razer announced a commitment to increase support for Mac users. Razer has a wide variety of peripherals geared directly toward the gaming community, and they committed today to having Mac drivers for all upcoming Razer products.
Razer has been a Mac supporter for some time, with a Mac-specific version of their DeathAdder 1800DPI mouse with five independently programmable buttons for a couple of years. They also have Mac drivers for higher-end gaming mice including the Naga MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Game--if you didn't know that, you probably don't want one) laser mouse with a resolution of 5600DPI and a whopping 17 programmable buttons designed for MMO lovers.
It has been a great week for Mac gamers, and hot on the heels of announcements like Valve bringing Steam to the Mac we have assurances of access to high-quality accessories--including a new mouse, keyboard, and headset designed specifically to work well with StarCraft II.