Storing your data and information on the cloud seems to be the popular thing to do these days, and gaming peripherals manufacturer Razer also jumps aboard the bandwagon, introducing Razer Synapse 2.0 Beta as the world’s first cloud-based storage for personalized gaming settings. You are able to sign up here if you are interested, but do read on to find out more about Synapse.

First invented in 2006, the Razer Synapse was then “the world’s first onboard memory feature for gaming peripherals”, letting you stash away gaming macros, key binds, and profiles directly to your Razer device. This slowly became the industry standard, and now the new Razer Synapse 2.0 software will bring the idea to the cloud. This more or less lets you stash your many configurations and access them no matter where you are, at any time, as long as there is an Internet connection.

Razer Synapse 2.0 can hold the entire collection of Razer peripheral settings for any next generation Razer gaming device, where they are automatically stored in a cloud server. Currently, the software is in an internal beta stage, where the next stage will be made available at first to selected users of the Razer Naga. [Press Release]

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