Le exact quote:
ITS LIKE 1080P
Yes kyle, it is like the 1080p of audio.
Trust me, you will only know how amazing it is when you experience it yourself. The video will not do it justice.
I am reveling what I am reviewing so I can get a head start to the process. I am doing the Razer software. This includes Razer Surround, Razer Gamebooster, and Razer Comms.
Quick overview of each:
Razer Surround - It enables virtual 7.1 surround sound audio in a normal pair of stereo headphones. Not only that, it incredibly enhances audio. This is the one my friend was talking about, and you just have to experience it to know how awesome it truly is. Image having Beats quality audio from your speakers or headphones. Don't believe me? Try it yourself. You can always uninstall if you do not like it. If you have earphones, make sure they are in the right ears for it to work! It works in windows 7, windows 8, and 8.1, though in 8.1 you must run it in compatibility mode as windows 8. Once installed, you simply go through a small Calibration, and BOOM. Prepare yourself for the audiogasm you will experience from this software.
PLEASE use this link to download it. It will help me win that laptop: http://goo.gl/4PaZiH
If you are like me, you have an outdated dying computer. It most likely can run most games, if you consider running on the lowest quality and still only getting 5 FPS playable. So what do you do? To give your game a little boost, use Razer Gamebooster. If you know IObit, it's a company that also has amazing free software. Razer took their game booster and gave it more power. It allows you to add games to a menu. From their, you can launch the game. Gamebooster switches into Boost Mode, and then launches the game. While in game, you are now able to record video and take snapshots with Gamebooster by using CTRL-ALT-V and CTRL-ALT-P, respectively. Once you take a snapshot, you are able to apply it to the main menu, so you have a graphic in game icon for each game in the list. Even better, you can customize how the program boosts, by enabling different settings. I'm not saying this will turn your sluggish computer into the worlds most powerful gaming machine, but it does give you a nice boost of FPS, allowing games to be a little more enjoyable.
If you game with friends, you'll most likely use skype or a program similar to it. So you are in a full screen game, and someone sends you a message. What do you do? Alt-Tab, wait for game to minimize and skype to open, view message reply, Alt-Tab back into game. We all do it, and most of you will agree, it is REALLY annoying. Especially when you have that one friend that sends a message every 5 seconds. Razer saw this, and took things into their own hands. What did they do? Its a program similar to skype. It has VoIP (voice chat), and a regular messaging system. But there is a huge difference. It will overlay on any full screen video game. So, instead of alt-tab, it will be there when you need it, right when you need it. The voice quality is crystal clear, and is a must have for gamer's who love to play with their friends. It is the most innovative thing since windows 8 and 8.1 (I will clear up all the hate at a later time.)
I am working towards the Razer Blade, a $2,500 laptop. If I do get it, I will give away and item. I don't know what, but I'm thinking it will also be a Razer product.
Oh, and be quick on getting Razer Surround. It appears to only be free for a limited time! Get it while its free, and send the link to your friends if you like it!
Le proof I am in Linux Ubuntu:
Thank you windows for improving the OS, and I can't wait till I buy it or receive it with the Razer Blade.