Razer acquires software haptics company to boost HyperSense


There’s so much impressive hardware in the gaming scene. It used to be a bit niche and often getting any sort of 3rd party peripheral would be merely a cheap mistake. Instead now we have robust keyboards and mice that improve year over year. Gaming headsets that absolutely slap for all kinds of sound. Nice speedy monitors, and even plenty of stuff you might never have even asked for. 

Razer is one brand that’s been pumping out all sorts of PC peripherals for as long as I can remember. The company makes everything from mice, all the way to gaming laptops. You may be familiar with their RGB tendencies, but Razer has also sported a fascination for haptic feedback which may be about to get even crazier.