Razer joins the cloud – outs first cloud based storage for settings in peripherals

Did you ever take your Razer stuff with you to a LAN place or a tournament and wanted to tweak your settings but couldn’t? Well, that sort of thing is soon to be a thing of the past, as Razer has outed Synapse 2.0, their cloud based storage system for their peripherals. Razer owners now have a means to access their device settings on any PC, be it a loaner device in a LAN place or your assigned PC in tournament play. In addition, the new service automatically downloads all the latest firmware updates to their line of devices, so owners won’t have to deal with updating their stuff themselves. Right now the service is still in closed beta and only applies to their Naga line of gaming mice, but the company says that they’ll be making the service available on future devices. Find out more from http://www.razerzone.com/synapse2.