Excerpt: Razer , one of the biggest names in the gaming scene. Their gaming mice are considered to be the best or shall I say, the creme de la creme. Razer's newest gaming oriented peripheral is the Ferox which are portable speakers for gaming and music listening. Razer calls these "tiny but mighty", and I can tell you one thing, these are very tiny but are they really mighty? Find out in the full review right after the break.
Conclusion: Inside each Ferox speaker is a 30mm neodymium magnet driver, coupled with the “Expanded Resonance Chamber” and the omni-directional sound, you end up with an exceptional set of mobile speakers. The aforementioned Expanded Resonance Chamber is basically extending the height of the speakers by pushing down on the top part. While closed, the sound is ever so slightly muffled, but the speakers must be closed in order to fit in the carry pouch.
Razer Ferox review: A portable speaker set aimed at portable gaming systems like the DS and the PSP
Good Gear Guide.au
4 August 2011
Excerpt: Razer's Ferox is a portable speaker set aimed at portable gaming systems like the DS and the PSP; it'll work with just about any device with a headphone jack though, like MP3 and portable DVD players.
Pros: Compact, rechargeable power source, decent sound for the size
Cons: Bass response is weak, really only appropriate for portable applications, proprietary cord
Excerpt: Tra la crescente diffusione di nuovi dispositivi mobili e quella già radicata dei lettori MP3 (per quanto sia riduttivo chiamare così i modelli più recenti), cresce anche la voglia di colmare quell’inevitabile lacuna rappresentata dagli speakers integrati. Come già fatto da altre case produttrici, anche la Razer prova a dire la sua proponendo gli speaker portatili Razer Ferox , oggi in esame.