We have taken a look at Razer Synapse 2.0 in the past, where it has been described as the world’s first cloud-based storage for personalized gaming settings. Sounds nifty? It actually is – no longer do you need to carry all of your personalized game settings on a USB flash drive if you tend to hop over to your neighbor’s or attend BYOC events. After all, with a decent Internet connection, you are already able to ensure that your gaming rig is ready to perform just like how it does back in the comfort of your own room. Nice to know that Razer has just announced that their Razer Synapse 2.0 will now be able to support the Razer DeathAdder gaming mouse, alongside a slew of other legacy products in the pipeline.
Among them include the Razer BlackWidow, Razer Abyssus, Razer Cyclosa, Razer Naga Epic, Razer Mamba, Razer Anansi, Razer Imperator, and Razer Nostromo, so do look out for a somewhat similar announcement to happen in the third quarter of this year! [Press Release]
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