Razer Synapse 2.0 Lets Gamers Sync Custom Controller Settings to the Cloud

Posted by at 2:25 pm on October 20, 2011

Gaming peripherals maker Razer has just detailed Synapse 2.0, its app for storing device settings in the cloud. This will allow gamers to access their customized button layouts, macros, and more personalized settings from any web-connected gaming rig. Onboard device memory, such as the original Synapse, will be made obsolete with Synapse 2.0.

Razer Synapse 2.0 will be compatible with all next-generation Razer accessories. Users won’t need to own the hardware, giving them the option of loading settings onto gear provided by a LAN tournament host or a friend, for example. At the very least, this will save time.

The app also automatically downloads the latest drivers, game add-ons and firmware updates as soon as they are released so that hardware is always up to date.

Razer Synapse 2.0 is currently running in internal beta, and will eventually support Razer’s next generation products, such as the Star Wars: The Old Republic product line as well as legacy products like the Razer Naga. T

The software will soon roll out to a closed group of 500 Razer Naga gaming mouse owners. You can sign up to bet part of the beta here.

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