Razer is planning on releasing several new colour options across their product range

Gunmetal Grey and Mercury White

Razer are planing on releasing several new colour options across their product range

Razer is planning on releasing several new colour options across their product range

 
Traditionally Razer's products have almost always rocked their trademark black and green colour scheme, which moving into modern times has slowly moved towards black and RGB.  
 
Today PC users want more choice, especially when it comes to their PC's chosen colour scheme. This has driven the popularity of RGB LEDs on modern products, making it more than just a fad but a key feature for those that want PCs with niche colour schemes. You will find that not many products came with pink, orange, yellow or purple LEDs before the age of RGB. 
 
Razer moving with the times has decided that their own product stack needs to deliver additional colour options to please today's PC users, offering gunmetal grey and mercury white options (grey and white in standard English) alongside their traditional black options. These new colour options will not feature increased pricing, offering a mere cosmetic difference when compared to their existing offerings. 
 

  

Razer are planing on releasing several new colour options across their product range  

Moving forward Razer plans on offering these colour options on a range of products that include headsets, mice, keyboards and gaming surfaces. 

 

You can join the discussion on Razer's two new colour options on the OC3D Forums

 

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11-08-2017, 15:32:12

Dicehunter
White keyboard possibly heading for TTL Towers ? Quote

11-08-2017, 16:26:50

ImprovizoR
Come on Noctua. If Razer can do it so can you!


This is a really good decision on their part.Quote

12-08-2017, 05:13:43

MacLeod
Razer gets a lot of hate but I've used and really like a lot of their products. The Deathadder is still one of the greatest mice ever and my Blackwidow is still one of my favorite keyboards ever. But I admit I've always been a suckered for cool shiny lights and stuff and Razer was one of the first ones to have that.Quote

12-08-2017, 05:33:05

AlienALX
They can plan whatever they like. Heh, that's probably what they do. Plan things then send them to China.Quote

13-08-2017, 05:01:10

notcool
Yeah having used a Deathadder Chroma for a few months now, my first Razer product, I can say Razer is indeed good. The scroll wheel on it is the best I've used though I still think Razer is too overly priced compared to Logitech.Quote
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