This interview was a first for Overclockers Club and hopefully the beginning of many not only with Razer but also other major gaming and hardware suppliers. I must say that when I was given the opportunity to interview Robert Krakoff the founder of Razer it not only shocked me but I also saw this as being a great opportunity for everyone interested in learning a little about what drives corporations to produce superior gaming hardware. My conversation with Robert lasted about forty minutes, in which I asked him a total of 8 to 10 questions. Due to the extent of many of his answers I have paraphrased them, please understand most of these answers are not direct quotes and may be in third person.
Occ Interview: Robert Krakoff, Founder Of Razer
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