Razer debuts Chroma-based RGB LED strips for desktop PCs

Razer continues to go all-in with RGB LEDs with their new Chroma Hardware Development Kit.

Published Aug 7, 2017 1:33 AM CDT   |   Updated Wed, Jul 27 2022 4:07 AM CDT
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Razer already has its Chroma lighting system, showing off its beautiful RGB LED goodness that syncs your RGB LEDs between gaming mice, keyboards, and mousepads - oh and even laptops, and a cup holder.

Well now, Razer has unveiled their new Chroma Hardware Development Kit that uses Chroma-compatible LED light strips that you can add to your gaming PC, or behind your displays and the sides of your desk. The results? Absolutely GORGEOUS.

Razer debuts Chroma-based RGB LED strips for desktop PCs | TweakTown.com

Razer is selling the full Chroma Hardware Development Kit for $79.99 - currently sold out, which normally includes the base module, and 4 x lighting channels and 2 x LED strips. You can buy additional LED strips with a 2-pack costing $29.99.

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