Razer makes your gaming settings accessible from any keyboard with cloud storage
Razer has announced Synapse 2.0, an upcoming update to Synapse, the on-board memory feature on their line of gaming peripherals. Synapse 2.0 will allow online to-the-cloud storage of your gaming settings so you can access them from any LAN gaming shop or when you sneak an hour of game in the office.
Synapse 2.0 will be compatible with any next generation peripheral from Razer, and will allow you to sync your gaming settings through said peripheral of yours when you bring it to any other computer with access to Razer Synapse 2.0.
The beta to Razer Synapse 2.0 is currently internal, but is open to closed beta signups for users of the Razer Naga and Naga Molten (though not the Naga Epic).
Synapse 2.0 [Razerzone]
Tags: Razer, Razer Synapse