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Razer x Hello Kitty Collection Launching Globally This Spring

After its popular Sanrio collection released in China last year, Razer is coming out with a new Hello Kitty line that'll be available worldwide.

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Gamers can already deck out their setup in pink with Razer's Quartz line of gaming peripherals, but things are about to get even cuter with Razer's latest collaboration. Announced during CES 2021, the Razer x Hello Kitty and Friends collection is launching globally this spring. A similarly themed product line, Razer x Sanrio Characters, released in China late last year.

In its CES stream, Razer confirmed only that the Hello Kitty collection is releasing soon, and a rep told GameSpot, "It's likely that the products and design will be different than what was released previously in China." While we don't know what the new line of products will include, the Razer x Sanrio Characters peripherals released in China a few months ago included a keyboard, headset, wired mouse, and mouse pad, all featuring Hello Kitty's signature pastel design. You can check them out below.

The Razer x Sanrio Characters line released in China in 2020
The Razer x Sanrio Characters line released in China in 2020

If you can't wait until the new Hello Kitty Razer accessories release this spring, the Sanrio products shown above are actually available to buy via electronics store Newegg. The mouse and mouse pad bundle is available for $86, the wired keyboard sells for $190, and the headphones also go for $190, with all three shipping from the US. This is a third-party seller, not Razer, so use your own discretion before purchasing.

During CES 2021, Razer also revealed its new gaming laptops with RTX 30-series graphics cards as well as two product concepts: an immersive gaming chair and a smart mask.

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