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Razer plans Mac support for all future peripherals

updated 01:40 pm EST, Wed March 10, 2010

Razer vows to bring Mac support fo all products

Today at the currently ongoing Game Developer's Conference, gaming peripherals maker Razer said that it will release drivers that will give Mac users the ability to play with all upcoming Razer products. The company will also backtrack and release Mac drivers for existing products. To validate its statement, the company also today released a Mac driver for the Naga MMO gaming mouse, along with the Razer DeathAdder mouse for right-handed gamers.

Currently, basic Mac support is available for the Razer Orochi, Razer Mamba and Razer Imperator, with more updates due to release later in 2010.

The plans come on the heels of Valve launching Steam and Source for the Mac in what's considered a revival of interest in Apple's computer lineup as a gaming platform.




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