You might know them as the computer gear makers who love the color green. Or maybe as the technology futurists who had a piece of that future stolen from their labs. But Razer seems themselves as a "cult" computer brand on the cusp of now only going mainstream, but perhaps public.
The game hardware company just secured $50 million from a Beijing-based venture capital fund and executives are talking about making an initial public offering.
"We remain opportunistic and going public is one of the many routes we can take," said Razer co-founder Min-Liang Tan. "We're focused on our products and design and ultimately believe that those are key to a successful business, and the IPO process will sort itself out."