In the huge exhibitor hall at Multiplay's i54 event at the Ricoh Arena, it was hard to miss the Razer battle bus. This black and green branded double decker travels Europe, full to the brim with DinoPC gaming systems and the latest in Razer peripherals. There was a queue for the on-bus experience all day long, as well as a second queue for the Razer Chroma: Full Spectrum Gaming demo zone.
KitGuru caught up with Razer specialist Nick Haywood for a complete demonstration of what his company believes is the most advanced lighting system available for gaming peripherals.
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With Chroma-enabled gaming products starting around £65 for the Razer Death Adder mouse and the BlackWidow keyboard weighing in around £149, these products aren't cheap – but they do give you a lot of room for customisation. You can check them all out for yourself at Overclockers, here.
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KitGuru says: In a dark hall with 1,000 other gamers, this is certainly one way to make your rig stand out.