Just like at E3, Razer is at Gamescom, and it's announcing that more of its products will now include the new Chroma lighting software.
The company's BlackWidow mechanical keyboards were the first batch to have Chroma, but there are other keyboards in the roster getting the Chroma treatment, too. This time, it's the DeathStalker.
Unlike the BlackWidow keyboards, it features chiclet keys instead of mechanical switches, for those who prefer a quieter gaming and typing experience. The DeathStalker Chroma is available now for $99.99.
Two months ago, a Chroma version of the Tartarus gamepad was revealed. It featured the same 25 programmable keys as the original gamepad, as well as membrane switches. For those who favor mechanical switches on their gamepad, you're now in luck.
It was only a matter of time until Razer introduced a Chroma version of the Orbweaver gamepad. It features 20 keys, compared to the Tartarus' 15 keys, the same eight-way directional pad, and two additional buttons, as well as adjustable modules for your hand, palm and thumb. This adds up to a grand total of 30 programmable keys, five more than the Tartarus Chroma.
You'll have to wait another month before you can get your hands on it, but now might be a good time to start saving up, as the Orbweaver Chroma will cost $129.99.
The list of Chroma-enabled devices continues to climb, and it seems inevitable that the entire lineup of Razer products will soon have the lighting software. The company already brought Chroma to unique peripherals such as its Firefly mousepad, and there are still a few keyboards, mice and other accessories that can be tweaked to include it.
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