Razer Synapse 3 is currently in beta and serves as a control hub for your compatible Razer products. You can control device lighting and create macros under cloud-saved profiles with Synapse. The software would previously require users to create and use a Razer ID account linked to their email address. This is no longer necessary with the addition of a guest account feature. Anyone using a guest account can bypass the registration process and still have access to all major Synapse features. Additionally, the software can be used offline with a guest login.
One major benefit is improved privacy since users can now stay completely anonymous. The guest account feature is also available for Razer Cortex, a game launcher that provides performance boosts and game recommendations. A software update for both Synapse and Cortex is available worldwide that adds the guest account feature. You can view a list of compatible Razer peripherals on the Synapse 3 homepage.
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