Razer revamps its gaming peripherals with two new colors
Razer has two iconic brand colors: bright green and black. The company recently decided to give customers more options to choose from. Even if you don’t have a large option palette at your disposal, Razer’s best selling peripherals are now available in an ethereal white or Mercury Edition, as well as a dark gray metallic sheen or Gunmetal edition.
Razers adds a new color scheme
When a company changes the color palette of its products, this could weaken brand recognition. Fortunately, this is not Razer’s case. The company managed to establish a name a while ago, and can now rebrand its products without any problems.
The best selling peripherals that received the new color scheme are: Razer Lancehead TE mouse, Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 headset, Razer Invicta mouse mat, and the Razer BlackWidow X Chroma keyboard.
Razer has not pumped up the prices for its new color options even if this might have been expected. The prices are still the same regardless of what color you choose for the peripherals.
This is not the first time that the company switched color schemes. The Razer Blade Stealth with 13.3-inches was released in June, and the laptop came with a new Gunmetal gray option and a non-illuminated Razer logo for a subtle finish.
If you own a Razer Blade Stealth gaming laptop, you can now get matching peripherals. Who knows, maybe the company will also decide to make a Mercury white laptop as well.
If you’re planning to buy Razer’s BlackWindows X Chroma mechanical keyboard, it appears that you can’t purchase it from the UK RazerZone website. According to user reports, the white and gunmetal peripherals are seen in the banner on the front page, but you can’t select and buy the Razer BlackWindows X Chroma in other colors besides black.
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