Razer Comms for Android keeps in-game chat alive when you leave your PC
12 Dec 2013, 5:22 pm
It can be tough to leave in-game voice chats -- step away to walk the dog and you may miss an important strategy session. You'll stay in the loop with Razer's new Comms for Android, though. The free app improves on rival clients from Steam and ...
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