Razer Forge TV Overview Updated May 22, 2019

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Three 'Razer Forge TV' stories

June 2015 - May 2019

The Forge TV is an Android TV-based gaming box for the living room made by popular gaming hardware company Razer, and is available in the form of a bundle including the Serval controller and everything else you need to get started. It’s going for $149.99 with free shipping, and if you need a second controller – say, for when a friend comes over – those are also available individually for $79.99 each. Like the Nest products, they’re available for purchase in both the US and Canada.

The Forge TV runs Android TV 5.0 Lollipop and includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805, an Andreno 420 GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, USB and HDMI ports, and connectivity through Bluetooth, WiFi, and ethernet.

Razer Forge TV Stories May 22, 2019

Before devices like the Nvidia Shield made their debut, non-console gaming on the TV was a bit of a mess. Razer made an attempt with its Forge TV and the acquisition of OUYA, but now those devices are officially being shut down.

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Razer Forge TV Stories June 17, 2015

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A couple new hardware items have just hit Google’s online store – the just-announced Nest Protect (2nd gen) and Nest Cam, and Razer’s Forge TV.

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