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Razer Ferox Speakers for Mobile Gaming

by Shane McGlaun
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Good ‘ole Razer has been around for years building some really great gear for PC gamers – with some of the best gaming mice and keyboards around. Over the years, Razer has started to branch out into offering other gear like speakers and now controllers for console gaming.

Razer trotted out a new speaker system today called the Ferox that is aimed at portable gaming on your smartphone and for listening to music on the go. The speakers are small, measuring in at about 2.75″ across and 2.5″ high, and are designed to be easy to take with you on the go.

They have omnidirectional drivers with a frequency response range of 150Hz – 20KHz. They will connect to any device that has a 3.5mm headphone port and will also connect to your PC via USB. Razer ships them with a carry case and the battery inside is good for about 12 hours of play per charge. The Ferox speakers are $59.99 (USD) per set and are shipping right now.

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