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Razer Cortex Aims to Improve Gaming Experience in Multiple Ways
Razer is going dynamic, while they are better known for their hardware; this time around they are eyeing the software market in the gaming industry with the introduction of Razer Cortex. This is going to be their very own gaming software client
In the words of Razer itself, the software is going to be an all in one platform for you to boost PC performance, socializing, getting the best deals in town and so on:
“As the gaming nerve center, Razer Cortex gives you access to an impressive arsenal of tools to take control of your gaming experience. From combing the web for the best game deals, improving your PC performance in-game, to recording then sharing your in-game moments on Facebook and YouTube, and even backing up your save games in the cloud, Cortex is the free all-in-one software which gives you the best gaming experience possible.”
First and the foremost, it is going to come with a dedicated game launcher that will let you maintain a personal library. Then, you will get to compare prices on some of the top digital game stores and get informed about the latest deals in town.
There is a game booster that lets your system touch its rue potential by optimizing the performance and cutting down load times. Moving on, an automated save game manager keeps your progress posted to the cloud so that you have everything safely stored and accessible from wherever you want.
Last but not the least, Cortex comes with social features that allow you to record and share your favorite moments with friends over Facebook and YouTube.
If this interests you, you might want to read up about Razer Cortex in detail from its official website.