They’re getting brighter and they’re getting sexier. That’s the whole summary, it’s done. At CES this year, Razer announced their new Tomahawk and Tomahawk Elite gaming PC chassis that look a little like this;
These two chassis were developed in house at Razer and it shows – they have a distinctly clean cut, wonderfully colourful design that remains consistent throughout their entire product range.
The CES announcement also boasted a third chassis, through their ‘Designed by Razer’ initiative that allowed for this beauty; The Lian Li O11 Dyanmic to be spawned into existence. The RGB LED’s are completely customizable through Razer Synapse 3 with the exception of the Razer Logo that is illuminated via reflection.
And finally the ‘Razer Chroma Connected Devices’ program is now active! Which directly translates to “You can now control your chroma devices with Alexa” – BRILLIANT.
This works by integrating Alexa into Synapse 3, so you can speak through your headset, sending off commands into Synapse to run any command – such as “Alexa, ask Razer Synapse to decrease my DPI to 200”. I love that so much and can’t wait to put it to the test.
Razer suggest that these changes to Synapse 3 and Alexa will be pushed to Australia in late 2019.
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