The Razer Tiamat is hitting production issues: for those of you who are concerned about the upcoming gaming headphones from Razer, the company has just posted an update on its official blog. According to the update, they’re making the Razer Tiamats “as fast as they can”, but due to the “complexity of the design – it’s taking a significantly longer time to manufacture each unit”, said the CEO of Razer in the company’s blog.
However, it looks like we have a time-frame to look forward to – Razer is confident that supplies of the headphones “should be steady by late April/May”, though they “may have shipments intermittently before then”. For those of you with launch promo codes – fear not, you’ll still be able to use them. More details will be released in the future. Anybody still looking forward to this analog 7.1 surround sound headset?
Update 3/29 6:50pm PT: Razer has reached Ubergizmo to inform us of the following: the company has started to ship units, but because the manufacturing is not as fast as expected, Razer is effectively “sold out” (everything that was manufactured has been sold). However, the production pipeline is still rolling, so more units are coming out, slowly. The previous title of this post was “Razer Tiamat delayed until late April/May” so the update is that it’s not “delayed” in the sense that “nothing will ship”. Instead, Razer assured us that products are shipped, although at a much slower pace.
If you have placed an order, drop a comment to tell us if you’ve received it. This may help others know how things are going while they anxiously wait for their own 7.1 headset. Thanks!
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