Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅09-10-17

Product on Review: Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit
Manufacturer: Razer
Street Price: £79.99 / $79.99 - £29.99 / $29.99

RGB lighting has taken the PC gaming market by storm, it seems as though we’re slowly transcending into a world ruled entirely by a range of 16.8M coloured lights. Razer is trying it's very best to light up your battle station with the Razer Chroma Hardware Development kit; this is essentially a Chroma enabled controller from which you can individually control up to 64 RGB LEDs.

Razer claims that RGB lighting is more than just pure vanity and that the overall aim is to deliver true gaming immersion.

We’ve been provided with the Hardware development kit, which arrives with the controller, all of the relevant power and USB cables, along with 2x 500mm (19”) LED strips and 2x 280mm (11.1”) extension cables. Alongside this, we were also furnished with the Chroma HDK Light Pack, which provides an extra two extension cables and two more light strips. With 2 metres (Over 6 feet) of lighting strips, housing 64 LEDs, let's see what kind of lighting effect we can create.

Razer on the Chroma Hardware Development Kit:
Razer Chroma has always been more than just pretty lights. Our true goal was to deliver total gaming immersion, and now we’re a step closer to that vision. Go ahead, personalize your gaming setup with our new LED strips and watch your whole room transform with full spectrum colour.

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