Razer ArmadilloFormer staff writer - May 31, 2006
Category: Input Devices, Gadgets
Here in Florida on occasion we get to see a small funny looking animal, which burrows under the ground. This animal happens to be an Armadillo; a skin of armor that protects it from predators protects this small mammal. Today I’m going to test out Razers version of the Armadillo. The Razer Armadillo is a protector itself; it protects your mouse cord from being tangled.
Razer has been producing gaming peripherals since the 90’s, they are no longer the small kids on the block, they are innovators and a force to be reckoned with. Razer is constantly bettering the gaming by producing new technology to give the gamer a leading edge. From their first product the Boomslang to the newly introduced Barracuda the gaming community and its competitors are all standing by to see what’s next.
What is the Razer Armadillo? A “Cable Management System”, the Armadillo weighs approximately 300 grams is made of steel and holds your mouse cord so you don’t get that ever hated mouse cord snag when your getting ready to frag.
The packaging the Armadillo comes in is quite small but when you pick it up you’ll be surprised how heavy it is.
The Armadillo is shaped like a round triangle, the top screws off to reveal four slots. These slots are used to place your mouse cord in, so you can secure it by screwing the top back on. Seems easy, let’s see how it installs.