In today's review, we are taking a look at the Key Light Chroma, Razer's RGB-equipped LED panel. On paper it looks great, but at £300 it's going to have to do a lot of things right in order to justify the price premium over competitor products, including the Elgato Key Light. Will the Razer Key Light Chroma deliver, or will it disappoint? Let's find out.
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02:50 Ball head
03:15 Design and mount points
03:55 A toggle switch for power and wifi pairing button
04:39 Phone app / fundamental issue
08:01 Brightness / warmth levels
10:05 RGB functionality
12:00 Animation modes
14:18 Jack shares his feelings
15:54 Closing Thoughts
- 2800 lumens
- Colors: White 3000K – 7000K adjustable, RGB
- Clamp Range: 2.5 mm to 75 mm
- Dimensions: 360 mm x 260 mm (Light only), Min 553 mm / Max 1350 mm (Pole + Adapter + Table Clamp)
- Weight: ~1600 g (Light only), ~760 g (Pole + Adapter + Table Clamp)
- Wi-fi control
- 4 1/4 inch thread mounting holes
- Bi-colour and RGB colour modes
- Material: Aluminum
The Razer Key Light Chroma retails for £299.99 and is available directly from Razer HERE.
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- Bright 2800 lumen panel.
- Good build quality.
- All accessories you need in the box.
- Phone app and Synapse are buggy.
- Frequent disconnects.
- RGB isn’t that vivid, more like a tint.
- Hugely expensive.
- Ball head is clunky and easily damaged.
KitGuru says: In general, this overly expensive light doesn't deliver – and there are many more lighting options out there for streamers that won't set them back £300. The phone app and Synapse have been a buggy experience. Razer will have to do a lot more for us to recommend a £300 light given the lack of features and poor user experience.
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