Those of you in the market for a new computer speaker system may be interested to know that Razer has this week made available its new Razer Nommo, Razer Nommo Pro and Nommo Chroma computer speakers. Which are now available to purchase priced from $100 upwards. The Razer Nommo are priced at $99.99 or €109.99 while the Razer Nommo Chroma are priced at $149.99 and finally the Razer Nommo Pro is priced at a heftier $499.99.
The Razer Nommo Pro computer speaker system offers a premium 2.1 speaker design to provide a “uniquely powerful audio experience with great range, depth and clarity” says Razer. The system is THX Certified and is fitted with Dolby Virtual Speaker technology to add an extra layer of immersion with simulated 5.1 surround sound. Connections on the system include a USB, Optical, Bluetooth and 3.5-millimeter jack and the Dupont Kevlar coated driver’s are combined with independent silk-woven tweeters per satellite and a cylindrical downward firing subwoofer.
All speakers are connected to the Razer Nommo Pro control pod desires easy access to volume, source controls and a headphone jack, EQ settings and bass levels. The Razer Nommo Pro is powered by Razer Chroma, affording a choice of over 16.8 million colours. Also during CES 2018 Razer announced a partnership with Phillips to integrate support for their Hue lighting which can also now be synchronised using the Razer Chroma lighting suite.
The More affordable Razer Nommo has been designed to provide users with an everyday 2.0 speaker systemwith Custom Woven Glass Fiber 3 Inch drivers and elongated rear-firing bass ports. As well as featuring bass control with Automatic Gain Control to help maintain integrity of bass. More details on all three computer speaker systems jump over to the official razor website by following the link below.