Razer has unveiled a new device that lets you harness the RGB Chroma synchronization feature with LEDs, thereby creating a more precise color experience between Razer hardware and computer gaming environments. The device is called the Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit, priced at $79.99.
One of Razer’s specialties is the Chroma RGB technology, and now many of its products are Chroma-enabled, from mice, keyboards, laptops to headsets, mouse pads, and mugs too. With new Razer Synapse 3 software, you can customize the Chroma Effect as well as create your own effects, but this feature is limited to Razer devices.
The Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit is an LED-like device. We will cable the LED into this splitter (when you buy the Razer Chroma Kit, it comes with two 50cm long LED strips, two 30cm extender cable, you can also buy the Razer Chroma HDK Light Pack for $30, separately) and attach LED cables to the CPU case or anywhere you want to be, such as behind the screen or the edge of the table. Through Razer synapse 3, the lighting effect will be synchronized between the Razer Chroma-enabled devices with LED strips.
It is worth noting that Razer uses a separate connector for LED cables and dividers called Razer Chroma HDK Light Pack. This light strips connector provides two additional lighting strips so you can achieve four channels of lighting output, which is sold separately as i mentioned above. You can buy Razer Chroma Hardware Development Kit and Chroma HDK Light Pack through Amazon online store.