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Synapse 3 layout and legacy devices

  • 19 September 2019
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I feel like the mouse and settings should be a bit more centered/lowered down a bit. Because of that empty space, I think it looks kinda weird when the synapse 3 is in full window. The thing should scale with the window or something.

Also, I'm getting furious about the Razer synapse 3 current state for legacy devices. I have a orbweaver and i've been waiting like the others for an update for all the other legacy devices. I'm furious because it's taking more than a while and I haven't heard anything about the progress of the legacy devices. Nothing. (I've only seen posts about new phone cases, laptops, keyboards,etc.) (Maybe I'm not looking hard enough)
I hope razer will respond with something useful. A timeline showing when each legacy devices would approximately be in synapse 3 would be great.

I hope they aren't planning to wait for all the legacy devices to be released all at once. I also hope they have already started ages ago and are nearly done.

(Examples of timelines are shown below↓)

What is your type of legacy device that is not supported in synapse 3

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are they going to bring orbweaver to the synapse 3.0?
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are they going to bring orbweaver to the synapse 3.0?

I don't think so. The last official announcement I know was, that they stopped porting legacy devices. This already had been at least a year ago, one can search in the forum for the exact day. I believe, that they want to sit out this situation, until the existing legacy devices are packed up, or customers are tired of waiting and buy a newer device, e.g. the Tartarus Pro (which seems to be a big fail).

At least one more bad customer experience with Razer.
I know it is a long shot, but I still use a Nostromo paired with a Naga Chroma, both of which works perfectly up to this day. I am also on the boat waiting for Synapse 3 support for the Nostromo since to me having 2 versions of the same software is just an ugly setup. Looks like that day is never going to happen.

I'll give it to Razer for having good quality hardware, but how they manage expectations and the lack of communication on the software support front leaves much to be desired. Definitely something to keep in mind when deciding on a next peripheral purchase.