Today, Razer announced that their cloud-based hardware configuration tool, Razer Synapse 3, will now feature Amazon Alexa through a dedicated module.
Players can now use the feature as a smart home device without the need for additional Alexa hardware. Razer Synapse 3 currently supports over 500 hardware devices including MSI, Thermaltake, and AMD. This new module allows players to control their Chroma-compatible smart home devices along with their PC.
Using voice commands, users can ask Alexa to turn up the volume, open a browser, or start a Chroma party. The feature also allows users to access functionality such as the news, weather, and control any other smart device they have connecter. Razer plans to continue and update the feature so players can use the Alexa integration for even more uses.
The Razer Synapse 3 can be downloaded now through the official website and allows users to customize their Razer hardware to fit their preferences. The software also includes additional features such as the Alexa functionality that goes beyond setting profiles and color schemes on your devices.
Does this sound like a feature you’d use in your current set up or is it too strange to have Alexa all up in your gaming temple? Let us know in the comments below.
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