Well, that was unexpected!
I would not have thought that Razer would ever buy Nextbit. I'm definitely interested to see what they come up with in the future.
I'm wondering how much Razer has payed for Nextbit...
If robin is available here in Philippines , I would definitely purchase one . It's awesome to have unique/different style device
Xcod, 31 Jan 2017Maybe refine your knowledge first before commenting. Razer, not Razor. Competing with iphone a... moreImpossible. But if they could bring Windows 10 gaming to a portable device with cellular, that would rock. Unfortunately mobile gaming just isn't as interesting. Most high end phones will be able to play these games just as well. Razer would likely only add a controller or something of that nature to enhance mobile games. But being able to build a mobile full gaming experience with decent battery life would be interesting.
Adelog, 31 Jan 2017Razor phone and Razor pad will be launched in early 2018 with high end spec that competes ... moreMaybe refine your knowledge first before commenting. Razer, not Razor. Competing with iphone and nvidia? How?
Razor phone and Razor pad will be launched in early 2018 with high end spec that competes against iPhone 8 and Nvidia's Shield.
I wish we'll see a razer phone. They make perfect products in both srramlolined and "go wild" designs.
Love blade stealth, blade 14, valerie etc. Black matte surfaces and green snakes.
Ok, now I am interested.
If they decides to focus on gaming optimization, it would be epic to watch. And maybe I could grab one of their devices.
JustaTechEnthusiast, 31 Jan 2017First Razor acquired Ouya, now Nextbit. Razor must have cash to spend. At least the buyout has groundwork for success, Razer has shown excellent support for their tablets.
Wow, Supporting a kickstarter project for some is to see new innovations take place. But owning a Pebble, Robin, Jolla & Ubuntu phone as made me think otherwise. The bottom line is that it is tough to make profits when you are in a crowded place surrounded by huge corporations. These innovations will eventual die as corporations re-tweak their products to include these innovations, there by killing the innovator.
First Razor acquired Ouya, now Nextbit. Razor must have cash to spend.