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Razer Chroma X Opera GX

  • 25 November 2019
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This morning I just found out Opera is now partnering with Razer by including Razer Chroma support in their Opera GX browser, which is the world's first gaming browser. In my opinion, Opera is much better than Vivaldi browser as it contents more features such as My Flow which I like the most as it allows me to send medias and text from my Android to Windows
interchangeably. I will test out the Razer Chroma features in Opera GX soon.

What do you guys think? Polls will be shown after you vote.


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kennethyha
This morning I just found out Opera is now partnering with Razer by including Razer Chroma support in their Opera GX browser, which is the world's first gaming browser. In my opinion, Opera is much better than Vivaldi browser as it contents more features such as My Flow which I like the most as it allows me to send medias and text from my Android to Windows
interchangeably. I will test out the Razer Chroma features in Opera GX soon.


The Opera GX was released a few months back, it is a cool browser with the customization and Razer chroma support. But UI smoothness wise the other browsers like Mozilla Firefox/Nightly etc still top Opera.

Let's see maybe they will come up with some updates/fix to make the browser UI more smooth and interesting to use. :smile_:
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JR0nin
The Opera GX was released a few months back, it is a cool browser with the customization and Razer chroma support. But UI smoothness wise the other browsers like Mozilla Firefox/Nightly etc still top Opera.

Let's see maybe they will come up with some updates/fix to make the browser UI more smooth and interesting to use. :smile_:

Actually I just moved from Firefox to Opera. I hate Firefox keep running in background on my android even if I Greenify it and it has no dark mode feature (unless you install an overlay which is troublesome as you need to update it upon every update). On the other hand, Firefox on pc is sluggish and heavy. I am currently running i5-7300HQ with GTX 1050 2GB and 8GB RAM and I found out Opera can be launched way faster than Firefox. Also, Firefox don't have the flow feature so as Chrome source support. In my country Malaysia, I cannot access website such as HRMIS using Firefox as I am a civil servant and I am forced to download extension on Firefox in order to log in the website while on Opera I don't need to. Moreover, Firefox contains a lot of bloatware such as pocket which waste the space on my pc and you can hardly remove it. Until Firefox really listen to user feedback and improve on it, I am going to stick with Opera 🙂
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kennethyha
Actually I just moved from Firefox to Opera. I hate Firefox keep running in background on my android even if I Greenify it and it has no dark mode feature (unless you install an overlay which is troublesome as you need to update it upon every update). On the other hand, Firefox on pc is sluggish and heavy. I am currently running i5-7300HQ with GTX 1050 2GB and 8GB RAM and I found out Opera can be launched way faster than Firefox. Also, Firefox don't have the flow feature so as Chrome source support. In my country Malaysia, I cannot access website such as HRMIS using Firefox as I am a civil servant and I am forced to download extension on Firefox in order to log in the website while on Opera I don't need to. Moreover, Firefox contains a lot of bloatware such as pocket which waste the space on my pc and you can hardly remove it. Until Firefox really listen to user feedback and improve on it, I am going to stick with Opera :)


Hahaha my experience is kind of the opposite, as i never had any sluggish/heavy use with the Opera firefox. Again i use the Firefox nightly (dev mode) and not the Firefox, so there's that.

I am used to firefox's open source debug modes which is really good learning in deep digging for various website and such.

Hmmm, about the bloatware which you mentioned on Firefox can always be reduced in its debug tools settings. But the location wise restriction we cannot do much, just have to find an alternative. In your case the Opera GX. :smile_:

I do like the Opera as well with all its new customization for its GX variant though. :smile_:
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JR0nin
Hahaha my experience is kind of the opposite, as i never had any sluggish/heavy use with the Opera firefox. Again i use the Firefox nightly (dev mode) and not the Firefox, so there's that.

I am used to firefox's open source debug/dev modes which is really good in deep digging for various sites.

Hmmm, about the bloatware which you mentioned on Firefox can always be reduced in its debug tools settings. But the location wise restriction we cannot do much, just have to find an alternative. In your case the Opera GX. :smile_:

I do like the Opera as well with all its new customization for its GX variant though. :smile_:

@@ You sound techy. May I know what is your occupation? It seems you know how to debug a website. I just encountered a bug in Opera GX while using Whatsapp. Reported it though.
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kennethyha
@@ You sound techy. May I know what is your occupation? It seems you know how to debug a website. I just encountered a bug in Opera GX while using Whatsapp. Reported it though.


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