Cloud-inspired startup Nextbit has been bought by the gaming hardware peeps at Razer. Nextbit will continue to exist as a separate entity, concentrating essentially as Razer’s mobile division.

Nextbit has stopped selling its devices and accessories direct, though Robin units are still available from Amazon for just over $160. Software patches will continue on for the device through February of next year, but warranties will only be in effect until this August.

“More than anything we want to preserve the community we’ve built on our forums and our social streams, we’re really proud of what we’ve accomplished together,” said former Googler and Nextbit co-founder Tom Moss.

Razer has not issued an official comment on its own behalf, but has directed its fans to Nextbit’s statement, which we’ve linked to in the source bar.

You May Also Like
Pocketnow Daily: Google Pixel 5 Specs: Oh boy… (video)
On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible processor in the upcoming Google Pixel 5, the display in the Samsung Galaxy S21 and more
iPhone se
You can now buy the iPhone SE online in India
You can purchase the iPhone SE at an effective price of Rs 38,900.
Here’s your first official look at the VIVO X50 and X50 Pro
VIVO X50 Pro packs four rear cameras, while the vanilla VIVO X50 comes equipped with three cameras at the back.