Razer splashes Quartz and Mercury colors on more accessories and the Blade 15

Razer Quartz and Mercury accessories
Razer Quartz and Mercury accessories (Image credit: Razer)

What you need to know

  • Razer announced new colors for several of its accessories today.
  • The Razer Viper Ultimate, Hammerhead Wireless headphones, Core X, and Laptop Stand received updates with Quartz and Mercury colors.
  • The Razer Blade 15 is also getting a Quartz edition in October.
  • You can check out the full Quartz collection and Mercury collection at Razer now.

Razer is adding another pop of color to several of its accessories and the Blade 15 gaming laptop today. The company announced that its Quartz pink and Mercury white color schemes are now available on more accessories. Included are the Razer Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mouse, Razer Hammerhead wireless headphones.

The Viper Ultimate and Hammerhead are now available in both Quartz and Mercury, while the Razer Core X and Razer Laptop Stand now come in Mercury. Meanwhile, the Razer Blade 15, which is our pick for the best gaming laptop and is already available in black and Mercury, is getting a new coat of paint in Quartz soon.

The Quartz Blade 15 will be available for $1,600 in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and China starting in October. However, there's no precise release date available just yet.

Razer has quite an extensive collection of accessories and devices available in its signature trio of colors. You can pick up a lot of what the company offers in the standard black, Quartz pink, and Mercury white already, and these just add to that lineup.

The Razer Viper Ultimate and Razer Hammerhead in Quartz and Mercury are available for $150 and $100, respectively. The Razer Core X and Laptop Stand in Mercury are available for $300 and $50, respectively.

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