Razer Partners With PAX on Special Edition Moray+ Mobile Gaming Communicator
Razer, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, has joined forces with PAX 2009, a three-day game festival for tabletop, videogame and PC gamers, to release the limited edition PAX series Razer Moray+ mobile gaming communicator powered by Razer technology. The PAX series Razer Moray+ is an in-ear noise isolating earphone equipped with an omnidirectional inline microphone that provides a smart, portable solution for gamers on the go and will be available in PAX Blue. The PAX series Razer Moray+ will be available only at the merchandise booth on the fourth floor.
“We’re excited about continuing our relationship with PAX again, this time with the Razer Moray+, a superior mobile gaming communicator, to create a memorable, special edition quality product,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president, Razer. “This gives on-the-go gamers who travel to events like PAX a compact headset solution that is portable and lightweight. No need to lug around large headsets – this is an earphone that satisfies gamers’ audio, communication and gaming needs.”
“In 2008 the special edition PAX series Razer DeathAdder exceeded our expectations in both quality and demand – they sold out in about 10 hours,” said Robert Khoo, show director, PAX. “With the DS and PSP adapters that come with these things, it was a no-brainer.”
About the PAX series Razer Moray+
The special edition PAX series Razer Moray+ is designed for gamers on the go who appreciate the compact design and the ability to support multiple gaming devices with one unique headset. It will be available in PAX Blue. The PAX series Razer Moray+ provides an inline microphone engineered with an omnidirectional pickup pattern which captures sound input from any direction with exceptional voice clarity for VOIP applications like Skype, Ventrilo, and TeamSpeak. The in-ear noise isolating earphones deliver powerful bass-driven stereo and mid/high range clarity for your entertainment experience without interference from ambient noise.
The PAX series Razer Moray+ offers a smart approach for gamers by creating all-in-one entertainment earphones that are compatible with the iPhone and PC. The PAX series Razer Moray+ also includes 3 adapters that allows users to use the microphone with the Sony PSP 2000/3000, Nintendo DS Lite/DSi, netbooks and laptops. The sleek, lightweight architecture of the PAX series Razer Moray+ will take your mobile and gaming lifestyle to a new level.
PAX series Razer Moray+
- Cost US: $60
- Availability: PAX merchandise booth outside the Expo Hall
- Frequency response: 20 to 11,000 Hz
- Sound pressure level (@1KHz, 1mW): 110 dB
- Impedance: 17 ohms
- Max rated input: 20 mW
- Cable length: 1.3m
- Connector: 3.5mm miniplug
- Weight (including cable): 12.5g
- Frequency response : 300 to 3,000 Hz
- Output level: -46 dB
- Pick-up pattern: Omnidirectional
- Output impedance: 2.2 Kohm
- Signal to noise ratio : 55dB min
About the Razer Group: About PAX:
Razer is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming products and peripherals that are designed “For Gamers. By Gamers”. Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Razer’s award-winning lineup of products includes desktop speakers, headsets, keyboards, mice, software, and gaming surfaces. Since 1998, Razer has collaborated with leading professional gamers to develop, manufacture and market cutting-edge gaming peripherals using proprietary technologies that give gamers the competitive edge. Razer products offer the best in precision, sensitivity, usability and distinctive product design and have a reputation for being leaders in gaming peripheral technology.
PAX is a three-day celebration of games and gamer culture. The festival includes an exhibition floor filled with playable builds of upcoming tabletop, console, and computer games; a conference program of game industry speakers; music concerts; freeplay areas; industry parties; game tournaments and more. Since its inception in 2004 the show has doubled in size year-over-year, growing from 4,500 attendees to 58,500 in 2008, making it the largest gaming festival in North America.