Tuesday, March 27th 2018

The Razer Goliathus Soft Mouse Mat Is Now Powered By Razer Chroma

Razer , the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, today announced the Razer Goliathus Chroma, a multi-color LED version of Razer's bestselling and affordable soft mouse mat that gamers can now customize with up to 16.8 million color options and an array of lighting effects.

Following in the footsteps of the Razer Firefly, the original RGB mouse mat, the Razer Goliathus Chroma is the latest device to join the Razer Chroma family which includes the award-winning Razer DeathAdder Elite gaming mouse, the Razer BlackWidow Chroma V2 gaming keyboard, the Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 gaming headset, and many more. The Razer Goliathus Chroma offers pre-set lighting effects such as spectrum cycling, breathing and reactive, as well as user customizable effects when it syncs seamlessly across Chroma-enabled products through Razer's Synapse 3 (Beta) software.
"We pioneered the first RGB mouse mat with the Razer Firefly and I'm incredibly excited for the Razer Goliathus family of soft mats to join the line," says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO. "The Razer Goliathus is our most popular mouse mat for all gamers due to its simplicity and portability. The Razer Goliathus Chroma provides a great Razer Chroma entry point to let gamers take personalization to the next level."

Optimized for all sensitivity settings, sensors and playstyles, the micro-textured cloth of the Razer Goliathus Chroma allows for quick precision maneuvers, while the non-slip rubber base keeps it firmly in place. The new mouse mat also has a built-in cable catch for easy cable management.

Also announced today is the Razer Goliathus Chroma Extended, an oversized version of the mat for those seeking to have their entire desktop setup on the same surface. Based on the popular Razer Goliathus Extended, this is the largest multi-color LED enabled mouse mat in the world.

For more information about the Razer Goliathus Chroma mouse mats, please visit www.razer.com/gaming-mouse-mats/razer-goliathus-chroma
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11 Comments on The Razer Goliathus Soft Mouse Mat Is Now Powered By Razer Chroma

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Now if corsair would just come out with a cloth extended rgb one.
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#2
bug
Does it work without signing up with Razer?
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#3
Prima.Vera
How much?!!?!? 60 Euros for some shitty pad?? Are you fking kidding me? :eek::eek::eek::eek::twitch::twitch:
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Prima.Vera
How much?!!?!? 60 Euros for some shitty pad?? Are you fking kidding me? :eek::eek::eek::eek::twitch::twitch:
It's "only" €40 (+VAT) afaict.
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INSTG8R
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MOAR RGB!!111! :banghead:
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bug
INSTG8R
MOAR RGB!!111! :banghead:
Technically, having RGB lighting doesn't prevent you from running with the lights off, thus getting a classic look. Not having RGB lighting, does prevent you from lighting things up.
Technical aspect aside, when RGB tends to cost an arm and a leg, peripherals do tend to be offered in both RGB and more classic variants.
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INSTG8R
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Technically, having RGB lighting doesn't prevent you from running with the lights off, thus getting a classic look. Not having RGB lighting, does prevent you from lighting things up.
Technical aspect aside, when RGB tends to cost an arm and a leg, peripherals do tend to be offered in both RGB and more classic variants.
Sorry but a RGB mousepad is utterly pointless and the cost of said pointlessness is even more laughable.
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INSTG8R
Sorry but a RGB mousepad is utterly pointless and the cost of said pointlessness is even more laughable.
For you and me, yes, it's pointless. But let's not pretend pimping one's rig is not a thing.
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INSTG8R
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For you and me, yes, it's pointless. But let's not pretend pimping one's rig is not a thing.
That’s the whole sad bit, that lights qualify as “pimping” Used to be having a cool custom loop, SLI/Crossfire was “pimped” overpriced lights are just that, overpriced lights...Thank goodness for my Sabertooth it’s the “anti-RGB”
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INSTG8R
That’s the whole sad bit, that lights qualify as “pimping” Used to be having a cool custom loop, SLI/Crossfire was “pimped” overpriced lights are just that, overpriced lights...Thank goodness for my Sabertooth it’s the “anti-RGB”
Looks over substance, isn't that the way of the world these days?
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#11
Ferrum Master
I use razer... but I do not install synapse... no thank you... i have enough crap background services.


RGB or not... i like the mat... the addiotional price premium is really questionable.
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