In a move that shouldn’t surprise anyone, you can now use Amazon’s Alexa to control your Razer Chroma enabled devices.
As if us gamers weren’t nerdy enough, gamers everywhere can now give commands like “Alexa, change my lighting profile to Dungeon Master”
Amazon Alexa and Razer Chroma
Thanks to Razer’s Synapse 3, Razer’s unified hardware configuration tool, you can give verbal commands with any Razer headset or mics.
Devices which are part of Razer’s Chroma Connected devices program, such as mice, keyboards, headsets, PC cases, Monitors, Motherboards and other hardware, can be easily controlled via Alexa commands.
Razer Chroma Connection means that as long as you have a partner device, everything can sync seamlessly for that perfect gaming setup lighting.
With 15 new partners joining the program including AMD, ASRock, MSI, Lian Li, Thermaltake, and Zotac; there are over 300 devices in the program which gamers can have Alexa control.
Things like lighting profiles, audio volume, display modes, starting up games and much more will be available. Alexa integrated with Razer Synapse also provides for Phillips Hue light controls.
Alexa commands will roll out to users in the U.S and Canada first by Q2 with other regions following later in the year.