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Razer discontinues support

The cash has well and truly dried up

Kärna, the parent company behind the famous Razer Boomslang, has completely exhausted its funding and has had to suspend its technical support and warranty services, at least until a new source of funding is located. In a second "Riding out the storm" update on its website, Kärna once again thanked its customers for all their support, throughout the ups and downs, and blamed a funding commitment that fell through on the unfortunate state of the company. As it said last week, it will continue to try and find some more cash down the back of the sofa to keep its customer services going, but it's looking bleak. Certainly we don't know whether we will ever now see the fabled Razer Mamba. Related Feature - Razer's blunt

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