Razer announced Battlefield 3 Collector’s Edition Peripherals

Razer together with EA have revealed a special peripherals and gear line for the upcoming first person shooter Battlefield 3. The co-branded offering includes everything what is need for a modern soldier – keyboard, mouse, mouse mat and for console warriors, Razer offers the Onza Tournament Edition Xbox 360 controller, plus a Battlefield 3-themed Messenger Bag to store all your weapons , and even a a heavy-duty Battlefield 3 silicone protection case for your iPhone 4.

The first is the Battlefield 3 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate gaming keyboard which features mechanical keys with 50g actuation force and gaming optimized key matrix for minimized ghosting. It measures 475(L) x 171(W) x 30(H)mm, weighs 1.5kg and also offers individually backlit keys with 5 levels of lighting,  programmable keys with on-the-fly macro recording, multi-media controls, headphones and mic jacks, USB port, braided cable. Price: US $139.99 / EU €139.99.

Battlefield 3 Razer BlackWidow Ultimate gaming keyboard

For precision aiming and pinpoint accuracy, the Razer Battlefield 3 Imperator gaming mouse (US $79.99 / EU €79.99) will offer you 6400dpi 4G Dual Sensor System with on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, along with ergonomic right-handed design with rubberized contoured thumb grip and seven programmable Hyperesponse buttons. The mouse has Zero-acoustic Ultraslick for easy gliding and onboard memory to store your profiles.

Battlefield 3 Imperator mouse

The Battlefield 3-themed Razer Scarab hard mouse mat features company’s Fractal 2.0 textured surface, specially composed of crystalline coating for optimal performance for both – laser and optical mice, rubber base for better stability and comes with reinforced carrying case for US $39.99 / EU €39.99.

Battlefield 3 Scarab hard mouse

For easy transportation and protection of  all  your weapons, the Battlefield 3 Messenger Bag ($79.99 / €79.99) has single shoulder sling design  and is armored with a tear-resistant, weather-proof heavy duty 1680D ballistic nylon outer shell, water-resistant Ripstop nylon inner lining and is appropriate for up to 15-inch laptops.

Battlefield 3 Messenger Bag

For the Xbox360 gamers, Razer propose its Onza Tournament Edition controller with Battlefield 3 finish. This controller features non-slip rubber surface, adjustable resistance on both analog sticks, an improved D-pad, backlit Hyperesponse action buttons, two multi-function buttons and comes with a a 15 foot light-weight braided cable with quick release USB connector for US $59.99 / EU €59.99.

Battlefield 3 Onza Tournament Edition Xbox 360 controller

And finally for the owners of iPhone 4 have a game-themed protection case, featuring military look and  made from heavy-duty silicone with rubberized finish for better grip. It will cost you US $19.99 / EU €19.99.

Battlefield 3 iPhone 4 Protection CaseAll products from the Battlefield 3 co-branded line will be released on the same date when will be launched the game – October 25th.

Source: Razer

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