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Min-Liang Tan

The multi-award winning design team at Razer in California is headed by Min-Liang Tan, CEO and Creative Director. He describes his design vision as ... More »The multi-award winning design team at Razer in California is headed by Min-Liang Tan, CEO and Creative Director. He describes his design vision as “obsessively iterating the smallest details” - coupled with extensive experiments in materials, production and tooling processes, he and the Razer design team have designed and launched a series of iconic products including the Razer Boomslang, Razer Diamondback, Razer Orochi and Razer Mako.

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan Shows Us Project Fiona And The Blade Notebook

He counts advertising, running, musical theater,... → Learn More We couldn’t go to CES and not see what Razer had on display, and fortunately, CEO Min-Liang Tan was on hand to take us on a quick tour through the company’s booth. In between talking about the company’s new gaming ...

Razer Blade: A laptop made for gaming

The new Razer Blade is "about twice as fast as its predecessor, " Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan says. New Razer Blade laptop is designed with gaming in mind, maker says The new Razer Blade will be available this month and lists for $2,499.99. (CNN) -- Despite all the talk about next-generation ...

How a Mouse Company Might Become King of the PC Jungle

They kind of stopped," argues Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan. Surveying the PC landscape over the last couple of years, well, things were looking a little grim. I mean, the largest PC maker in the world tried to sell its PC business. The insane things, like the Dell Adamo and HP's Voodoo brand? ...

Razer Fiona: A Gaming PC Trapped in the Body of a Tablet

In a pre-CES 2012 interview last week Razer CEO and creative director Min-Liang Tan told me that while the Project Fiona pictured here is merely a proof-of-concept, the company plans on shipping an actual product by the end of the year, and the product they plan on shipping is far more ...

Hands-On: Playing Project Fiona, Razer's Hybrid Gaming Tablet

“Multitouch screens are good for casual gaming, but it just doesn’t work well for first-person shooters or the existing PC games of today,” Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan told Ars. “What we’ve done is include a dual analog stick design on the sides of the 10 inch screen, with a full multitouch ...

Razer's Project Fiona hands-on (video)

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan gave us the skinny -- read on get it yourself. For a prototype, Fiona felt incredibly solid -- with the exception of a slightly sticky joystick and a very "developer" looking dongle, our demo unit felt like a finished product. The tablet's nunchuk-esque handles ...

Razer Project Fiona concept hints at power of portable Windows 8 CES 2012: Must See Products

CEO Min-Liang Tan said he wanted to highlight Ivy Bridge and Windows 8 gaming, although he at least acknowledged the possibility of a discrete graphics chip from AMD or Nvidia. Razer had few other specifics available for Fiona, understandable given that it's a concept. It has a 10.1-inch ...

Project Fiona raises the stakes for gaming tablets, packs Ivy Bridge, Windows 8 and integrated contr...

An Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor hopes to keep Fiona fragging with the desktop kiddies, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan told us, giving it the chops to run modern PC games right out of the box. The Prototype was built specifically with mobile PC gamers in mind, said Min-Liang, and ...

Project Christine offers a glimpse of Razer's insane future through modular computing

At the time, CEO Min-Liang Tan was cagey about its retail availability; heck, it didn't even have a product name at the time. By CES 2013, "Fiona" had become the Razer Edge, and Min's tune changed from prototype talk to retail ready models. At CES 2014, the cycle begins anew. Razer's ...

Razer CEO wants annual Blade laptop refreshes, isn't worried about price complaints

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan is charismatic, clearly very smart and passionate -- not a bad combination considering he's the face and voice of a major international hardware manufacturer. Razer's latest, the second-generation Blade gaming laptop, launches this week for the whopping price of ...

Razer's Slim Yet Crazy-Powerful Laptop Inches Closer to Perfection

“Many people were asking us for a 1080 screen,” Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan told WIRED. “We’ve gone way above that with a QHD+ display… This is, hands down, the world’s best laptop screen there is right now.” Samsung’s Ativ Book Plus 9 and Toshiba’s 4K laptops may have a bone to pick with ...

Live from the Engadget CES stage: Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan

We'll be discussing the company's diversifying line and place in the rapidly evolving gaming landscape with CEO Min-Liang Tan...

Razer's Smart Band Hides Notifications From Prying Eyes

"We wanted to address the lack of privacy for most current smart watches," Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan told Mashable. "The big problem there is anyone can see your calls and texts right on your wrist. " The Nabu can track your sleep cycles, and its fitness tracker functions include an ...

New Razer Tool Offers Surround Sound on Any Headphones

"We found that previous tools that simulated 7.1 surround sound only worked for 30% of users," Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan told Mashable at E3 this year. "So we created a tool that allows users to calibrate their own listening experience. " Users can adjust Razer Surround via its calibration ...

Razer Will Honor Fake 90% Discount Coupon

This coupon code was NOT authorized nor approved by Razer and was generated by a third party to test our shopping cart," Razer co-founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan wrote on his Facebook page. Although it will cost Razer a lot of money, the company has decided to honor the coupon. "While we ...

Razer enlists Rahul Sood of VoodooPC fame as advisor to its board of directors

The VoodooPC founder says he views the gaming-focused firm as the spiritual successor to his PC outfit's previous work, and Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan effectively considers the feeling mutual. "In fact, it was his work at VoodooPC that inspired us to enter the systems business, and I ...

Second generation Razer Blade laptop sharpens its edge with GTX 660M, unannounced Core i7 CPU

Not Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, however -- he's still chasing the dream: thin, powerful and sleek. Tan caught up with us this week to brief us on the next generation Razer Blade, a rig that still boldly claims to be the "world's first true gaming laptop. " Razer's first laptop hit ...

Razer looks to redefine the mechanical gaming keyboard

"One of the things that has always been at the top of our heads is that mechanical switches are primarily designed for typing first," Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan told TechRadar. "They're great for gaming, but something that was always revolving in our heads was to make a mechanical keyboard ...

I Just Held the Future of PC Gaming in My Hands and It's Called Project Fiona

"And frankly, the final product will look much different," says Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan of Fiona. Which is also why I can't tell you battery life, or how much it'll cost, though Tan is aiming for under $1000 for the Windows 8-powered tablet—meaning it'll have full PC powers...

Razer's Project Fiona: A Tablet on Steroids for Gamers?

"It will run your high-end PC games and Angry Birds," says Razer CEO and Creative Director Min-Liang Tan. "We have brought in the best of the Sixaxis on the PlayStation and best of the iPad interface and best of Xbox interface, all integrated. " The tablet will run on Windows 8 and be ...

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