Razer founder Robert Krakoff has died

Razer founder Robert Krakoff has died

Robert \"Razerguy\" Krakoff, co-founder of Razer and pioneer of research into gaming mice and other technically adapted peripherals for PC gaming, died last week at age 81.
Krakoff may not be a celebrity, but he was a major influence on the birth and development of the PC gaming peripheral and accessory industry, starting with the creation of the Razer Boomslang in 1999, one of the first mice specifically designed for gaming in gaming market history.Razer originated as a real company in 2005 as a trademark of another company called Karna, which invented a 2000 dpi mouse tracking system based on a peripheral not yet an optical sphere.
When the company went bankrupt in 2001, Krakoff, along with current CEO Min-Liang Tan, created Razer in 2005.The beginning was before the advent of cyber sports as a well-defined concept and corresponds to the beginning of the development of the entire market for gaming peripherals and PC accessories.
The first Razer products also had messages signed \"Razerguy\", or Krakoff himself.They came with an email address to which you could write, and from which the former president of the company reportedly responded quite diligently, as he was quite open and willing to communicate.

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