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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Grragnar, Jan 1, 2016.

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  1. AvalonStudios

    AvalonStudios New Member

    Hats off to the Razer team for these amazing tools, but even more, to their dedication to constant improvement and a broader impact.

    I do not know how many designers have delved into these tools by Razer, but as one myself, I came in a couple months ago and ended up with the Orbweaver Chroma Stealth and the Blackwidow Stealth - after buying the non-stealth versions from Amazon and finding I could only buy the Stealth directly. I had to return both of them to Amazon and they lost those sales to me buying from Razer.

    I have a LOT to contribute from the perspective NEED, from a huge amount of professional designers that work as I do, working in platforms like Adobe CC, Cinema 4D, on and on and on.

    For instance, a recent startup that I got so excited about, but failed, was a great concept of using really highly detailed pads that were to eventually become profile programmable to switch between all of Adobe software.

    Since the startup has continued to fail, I branched out to find something that might be up to the task, in order to fine tune, speed up and perfect an excellent work flow...much like gaming!

    So, I am opening up a thread, as a brand new member and wanting to tag it in excellent ways that will call the attention of fellow producers like myself, drawing them in to these fantastic tools I now have at my disposal. As I just typed that, I thought I was a bad dog in not checking first if that conversation was already happening.

    I have a lot to say about the reliability of the software and the fact it completely loses my profiles, multiple times, but I think Razer has a solid foundation to be not only a gaming software, but a much needed and solid tool for designers across the world.

    What do you guys think?
     
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