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A peripheral company that manufactures a line of gaming peripherals, under the same name. The first Razer product released was the Razer Boomslang mouse in 1999. This mouse, designed for computer gamers, offered 2,000 dpi, when other mice on the market at this time were still around 400 dpi. The Razer Diamondback mouse followed the Boomslang in 2004 and this was another first as a 1600 dpi optical mouse for gaming. Other products in the Razer line include the Razer Tarantula keyboard with special features for gamers like anti-ghosting capabilities, onboard memory, and programmable gaming hot keys.

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