Razer wants to sell you handless gloves for superior mobile gaming

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Gaming finger sleeves on both the thumb and forefinger on both the hands.

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Close up of gaming finger sleeves with Razer logo.

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In Razer’s quest to make gaming products for every part of your life, like face masks And chewing gumOf course, it’s surprising that the newly announced addition to the Razer catalog, the Razer Gaming Finger Sleeves, didn’t come out early.

Designed for mobile gaming, the Razer Gaming Finger Sleeve Made of “high sensitivity silver fiber for advanced purpose and control” according to the product listing. For $10, you’ll get a pair of these nonslip finger sheaths that come in black with the classic Razer Neon Green around the base with the logo on each side.

The idea is that you put on these thumb sweaters to keep them cool and dry, making them less likely to slip off the touchscreen during gameplay. Finger sleeves aren’t new to mobile gaming—pro players have been using finger sleeves for competitions for some time, and some sell your own.

So, it makes sense for Razer to hit the market, as they sell some really cool mobile gaming gear like Razer Kishio. If you play hours of shooters like Call of Duty Mobile or even Fortnite on your phone or tablet, you know that a sweaty hand can hit your target, or at least that’s what it is. Which I’ve been blaming for my poor game over the years.

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As ridiculous as the Razer gaming finger sleeve may sound, and I wouldn’t blame you if you said ‘gaming finger sleeve’ out loud, remember that the mobile gaming market is Estimated $15.1 billion In the US alone and only expected to grow. It is safe to say that many people are playing video games on their phones with games like Fortnite, PUBG and Genshin Impact.

And hey, if baseball players can wear batting gloves to keep their sweaty toes from spoiling their grip on the bat, why can’t a mobile player do the same?

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