Razer is teaming up with Blizzard to release a new set of licensed peripherals themed after none other than Overwatch's signature gamer hero, D.Va. The full set includes a D.Va-themed mouse mat, mouse, and a headset designed after the hero's in-game counterpart.
As you might expect, pink and blue feature heavily here, along with D.Va's bunny logo. As for specs, the D.Va Razer MEKA headset packs an omnidirectional mic, in-line controls, and can be used with PC, Xbox One, PlayStation, and mobile devices. Meanwhile, the D.Va mouse is based on Razer's Abyssus, with a 7,200 DPI optical sensor and Chroma lighting effects. The mouse mat is based on the Razer Goliathus, which the company says is "optimized for all types of sensitivity settings" and sensors.
Razer says that the D.Va mouse and mouse mat are available now for $59.99 and $19.99, respectively, at the Razer online store. The D.Va MEKA headset will be available later in 2017 for $79.99.
In addition to the new D.Va peripherals, Razer is also taking the wraps off of its new Naga Trinity mouse and Tartarus V2 gaming keypad. The Naga Trinity is the ninth version of Razer's MMO mouse, which packs a 12-button thumb grin on the side. This version features interchangeable side plates, offering up different button configurations. including a seven-button MOBA plate and two-button minimalistic plate.
The new Tartarus V2, on the other hand, packs 32 programmable keys based on Razer's "Mecha-Membrane" key tech. An included eight-way thumbpad allows for control of movement and different spell combinations.
Of course, both devices feature support for Razer's Chroma lighting effects.
The Naga Trinity is expected to launch later in 2017 for $99.99, while the Tartarus V2 is available now at Razerzone.com for $79.99.
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