Razer’s gaming products have its Chroma LED lighting system with offer customers a customizable neon aesthetic. The company has announced today that it will soon allow users to control devices that are part of its Chroma Connected Devices Program through Alexa on Razer headsets and microphones. What this means is that anyone with a Razer headset or microphone will be able to control the LED lighting effects on their gaming gear with just voice commands.


Alexa is coming to compatible Razer devices with Razer Synapse 3, the underlying platform which coordinates the color schemes for the company’s keyboards, mice, headsets, and other accessories.

Users will be able to speak through their Razer headsets and mics to control compatible devices. Razer Chroma provides in-game lighting synced across products like keyboards, headsets, and mice. Users will now be able to verbally control this with Alexa.

Examples of voice control enabled by this integration include “Alexa, sync all of my devices to my team color” and “Alexa, sync all of my devices to my team color.” It can even be used to launch games with commands such as “Alexa, ask Chroma to start Overwatch.” Razer says that this functionality should go live for users in the United States and Canada at some point in the second quarter of this year. More countries will get it before the year is over.

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