Razer’s new Chroma RGB accessories make your PC setup even cooler

If you have a PC den that needs some fancy lighting and maybe a new minimalist setup, Razer's new Chroma RGB accessories look fantastic.

Adding Razer's Chroma RGB keyboard, mouse, and gaming accessories to your growing collection seems goofy at first. But then you start connecting everything up, maybe you tie in your Philips Hue lighting to sync to it all, and then you realize you are reenacting every movie with a hacker scene, or maybe you just really like TRON.

If that's you, you'll want to take a look at Razer's late-2020 RGB controller and new accessories. Whether you get one or all of them, you'll be able to make your gaming environment that much cooler and more immersive.

Here is what's new or 2020:

Razer Chroma Addressable RGB Controller ($40): The new ARGB controller aims to solve the problem of syncing multiple ARGB PC components with Chroma-enabled peripherals and home devices from varying manufacturers by bringing them under the Razer Synapse 3 umbrella without the need for additional RGB management software. The controller is fitted with SSD mounting points for convenient integration into any build and features six ARGB headers for builders to plug in their ARGB fans, light strips, and more. It addresses each individual LED within ARGB components, allowing users to fully customize connected devices via Chroma Studio in Razer Synapse 3. Beyond being easier to control, non-Razer components from partners such as Enermax, Phanteks, SilverStone Technology, Teamgroup, LianLi, and ThermalTake connected to the controller gain access to the Razer Synapse portfolio of game integration, home device integration, and peripheral integration.

Razer Base Station V2 Chroma ($70 to $80): The new headset stand has been redesigned to be less intrusive, sturdier, and more versatile. The stand sports a slimmed down single prong design constructed of aluminum and fitted with a non-slip base lined with Razer Chroma RGB. The Base Station V2 Chroma wastes no space, packing the bottom with an arrangement of ports including two USB 3.1 ports and a 3.5mm combo port with a built-in DAC enabling 7.1 surround sound. It will be available in black, quartz, and mercury color options.

Razer Charging Pad Chroma ($60): Fast, colorful, and grippy, the new Razer Charging Pad Chroma supports up to 10 watts of power for quick charging phones, earbuds, and more with Razer Chroma RGB lighting lining the outside, and a soft-touch rubber surface to prevent scratches and slips.

Razer Mouse Bungee V3 Chroma ($20 to $40): The new mouse bungee takes mouse cable management to the next level, crafted with an aluminum body, an anti-slip base, and Razer Chroma RGB, mouse swipes are now as smooth as they are colorful.

Razer Mouse Dock Chroma ($50): Designed specifically for the latest wireless mice from Razer, the Razer Mouse Dock Chroma features a magnetic holster design to quickly attach and detach mice from the dock, an anti-slip base to ensure stability, and Razer Chroma RGB with charge status lighting effects so gamers can easily keep track of their battery. The dock is uniquely compatible with the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro, Razer Naga Pro, Razer Basilisk Ultimate, or Razer Viper Ultimate.

What's nice is depending on your style, you can go for all white (Mercury), black, or pink (Quartz) for the accessories themselves.

So, when can you get your hands on some or all of these excellent little bits? They're now available direct from Razer, RazerStore retail locations, and select retailers (usually Best Buy).

Light it up

Razer Chroma RGB Accessories

Color out of space

Starting at $20 from Razer

Need some extra lights and want it to look cool too? Razer's new and updated line of Chroma RGB accessories not only look great, but they'll help keep your desk clean and organized while gaming.



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