Vivaldi browser gets Razer Chroma integration with latest update

Razer's Chroma RGB lighting system has made its way to a number of unexpected places, and now it's going a step further. Vivaldi announced today that its browser is now integrated with Razer Chrome, allowing your Razer keyboard, mouse, and other accessories to sync their lighting effects with the websites you're browsing.

"With this unique integration, you'll enjoy a thrilling and immersive browsing experience with lighting effects on Chroma-enabled devices," Vivaldi said in its blog post announcing the feature. "It sounds wild, but trust us – it's fun. And adds another dimension to your browsing altogether."

When tied to your Chroma-enabled devices, they'll take on the dominant hue of any website you're browsing. Head to Facebook, and your Razer devices will switch to display a blue color. On YouTube, you'll see them take on a red hue. Basically, anywhere you go on the web using Vivaldi, Chroma will adjust.

Vivaldi Razer

The feature is shipping as part of the Vivaldi 2.5 update, available now. Once installed, you can enable Chroma syncing by heading to the "Themes" portion of the settings menu and checking the box next to "Enable Chroma."

Also included in Vivaldi version 2.5 is the ability to adjust the size of the thumbnails on your Start Page, along with the ability to take actions on groups of tabs.

Vivaldi 2.5 is available to download now.

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