Razer's newest Kunai RGB fans, Hanbo AIO liquid coolers, and Katana power supplies are now official
Razer has been having quite a lot of fun with its ecosystem of seemingly ludicrous products that include a Razer Card, among other things. Now, the company has got down to brass tacks and has shifted focus to core PC components. It has unveiled four new parts for PC enthusiasts: Razer Kunai case fans, Razer Hanbo AIO (all-in-one) cooler, Razer Katana power supply, and a PWM PC fan controller.
The Razer Kunai case fans are available in 120mm and 140mm flavours and come with addressable RGB LEDs. Razer's first-ever PWM fan controller supports up to eight Razer Kunai fans. One can use Razer Synapse to set custom fan curves and Chroma to customize the RGB lights. The RGB fans will retail for $44.99 apiece and the fan controller for $49.99. Both products will be available on Razer's website and online retailers in the United States only. A global rollout is expected to commence soon.
Razer has partnered with Asetek to manufacture the Razer Hanbo AIO. Its pump has addressable RGB lights on it, and the AIO is available with two radiator sizes, 240mm and 360mm, allowing you to fit two or three Razer Kunai fans on it. Razer hasn't divulged any information about its price, which should ideally be revealed close to its November 2021 launch.
The Razer Katana power supply is fully modular and is available in three configurations. The entry-level variant is rated at 750W, the mid-range version at 1,200W and the top-of-the-line model at 1,600W. The first two SKUs are rated Platinum for power efficiency, while the high-end model bears a Titanium rating. And yes, they all ship with an addressable RGB fan and Chroma integration. Razer has, once again, kept their prices shrouded by mystery. We should know more once they are launched at the beginning of 2022.