Genshin Impact gets its own Paimon-covered Razer gear

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Genshin Impact now has its own official lineup of gear from Razer, including a gamer chair, wireless mouse, and Paimon's face on a mousepad.

The chair is a sleek reskin of Razer's Iskur X (opens in new tab) model, now with an emblem of Paimon on the back and "Paimon" in lettering down below. The sides of the seat are lined with some runes from Teyvat, Genshin's fantasy world. Purchasing the chair will get you in-game rewards in the form of 500 Primogems, 20 Hero's Wit, and 100,000 Mora.

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The mouse is a reskin of Razer's Deathadder V2 Pro (opens in new tab). We don't have a specific review of the Pro, but we really liked the Deathadder V2 in our review, noting its best-in-class DPI sensor and comfort. Just like the chair, it's got a dark blue, starry night aesthetic with constellations and a rune on top. Buying the mouse gets you 200 Primogems and 80,000 Mora.

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The mousepad is a reskin of Razer's micro-textured Goliathus Medium pad (opens in new tab), with Paimon's big ol' face emblazoned on the front. The mat itself is 14 inches wide by 10 inches tall. Buying that will get you 30 Primogems and five Adventurer's Experience.

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Razer hasn't announced any prices yet, but based on what the standard editions of each item goes for, I'd expect the chair to be at least $400, the mouse to be at least $130, and the mousepad to be at least $40.

Release dates for each piece of gear are also unannounced, so you can sign up for Razer's email to get notified (opens in new tab) when they become available for preorder.

The new gear lineup comes hot off the heels of Genshin's first-ever live streamed concert, which made my partner cry nonstop for an hour. If you're a Genshin faithful, don't forget to check out everything we know about the big version 2.2 update, or check out how to get free Primogems with these codes. 

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