Razer Synapse 2.0 puts your peripheral settings in the cloud

Jos

TS Evangelist
Razer introduced Synapse five years ago to let gamers store macros, key binds, and profiles directly to their Razer devices' onboard memory. Today, the company is taking the technology one…

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Guest

What a useless tech... if you carrying you mouse a keyboard around internal memory is still the best as some tournaments will probably block this kind of thing
 

LinkedKube

TechSpot Project Baby
yeah the sh*ty tournaments will. Do you know how many fps gamers use razor products? Stop going to your neighborhood crapfest tournaments with no wifi.
 
G

Guest

After buying the Lycosa keyboard, i will never buy a Razer keyboard again. Had to take it apart and pull out some poorly placed screws that would cause keys to stick / not work. What a giant waste of money.