Razer Chroma Work­shop Launched, a One-Stop Cus­tomiza­tion Hub for Chroma-en­abled Pe­riph­er­als

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If you’re for­tu­nate enough to own one of Razer’s many Chroma-en­abled pe­riph­er­als, it would prob­a­bly be safe to as­sume that you’re hav­ing a hard time try­ing to make full use of its fancy lights and their 16.8-mil­lion dif­fer­ent col­ors.

Razer un­der­stands your dilemma, which is why the com­pany has launched the Razer Chroma Work­shop – a ded­i­cated mi­crosite where you’ll find a trea­sure trove of com­mu­nity-cre­ated light­ing pro­files for your beloved Razer Chroma de­vice.

The mi­crosite is also where you’ll find a list of video game de­vel­op­ers who have – or are about to – in­te­grate Razer’s Chroma SDK into their games, which would con­se­quently al­low cer­tain game­play el­e­ments, such as cooldowns and health bars, to be dis­played di­rectly on the Chroma devices.




At the time of writ­ing, games like

and al­ready have the Chroma SDK in­te­grated into them, with up­com­ing ti­tles to in­clude


and even

Also avail­able on the Razer Chrome Work­shop are down­load­able apps that work specif­i­cally with the back­light­ing of your Razer Chroma pe­riph­eral. That es­sen­tially means you can use the back­lights of your Razer Black­Wi­dow Chroma, as an ex­am­ple, to play a quick round of ‘Whack-a-Mole’ or ‘Snake’. By the way, if you’re won­der­ing what be­ing on an acid trip feels like, you can find out for your­self by down­load­ing the ‘Au­dio Vi­su­al­izer’ app, which turns the back­light of your Chro­maen­abled key­board into one mas­sive, mes­mer­iz­ing mu­sic vi­su­al­izer.

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