Product on Review: Razer Nommo Chroma
Street Price: £169.99 / $149.99
If you’re currently using the tinny, rubbish speakers built into your monitor or laptop, you’re also likely to want an upgrade. Perhaps Razer have the answer for you with the Razer Nommo.
The Razer Nommo arrives in three different flavours; the Nommo, The Nommo Chroma, with added RGB base-lighting and the Razer Nommo Chroma Pro, with a pair of extra tweeters, a stand-alone subwoofer and in-line remote control. The first two are largely similar with the latter being a whole different ball game, along with a £330 price increase to boot.
Today we’ll look at the Razer Nommo Chroma. This is Razer’s first real venture into the world of PC speakers, featuring a 2.0 set-up with custom woven glass fibre 3-inch drivers, rear facing bass ports, RGB lighting within the base of each speaker, and volume and bass control knobs on the right-hand speaker.
The aim of the Nommo Chroma is to provide accurate, directional, full-range sound, helping to immerse you in the game and provide you the winning edge you deserve.
They certainly talk the talk, but can they walk the walk?
Razer on the Nommo Chroma:
For the everyday gamer, music lover, or film junkie, you need a pair of speakers that are unobtrusive and pack real audio punch. This was exactly what we kept in mind when building the Razer Nommo. With components that optimize sound in a sleek body, you get the quintessential all-in-one speakers that fit perfectly into the rest of your setup—all for your daily enjoyment.