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OpenRazer 3.2 released with support for more Razer peripherals

OpenRazer 3.2 has just been released, and it brings support for more Razer branded peripherals. New products supported are: Razer Blade 14 (2021), Razer BlackWidow V3 Mini Hyperspeed, Razer Blade Pro 17 (Early 2020), Razer Blade 17 Pro (Mid 2021), Razer BlackWidow V3, Razer Thunderbolt 4 Dock Chroma, Razer Viper 8KHz, Razer Blade 15 Base (Early 2021), Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro (Wired) e Razer DeathAdder Essential (2021).

For those unfamiliar with OpenRazer, it is open-source software maintained independently by the community to support Razer lighting, mouse settings and other features on Linux, usually provided by the software itself (proprietary ) from Razer on Windows.

OpenRazer is developed through reverse engineering and, over time, has developed very robust support for Razer devices on Linux, not just for their keyboards and mice, but also for headphones, base stations, Thunderbolt Dock and other devices.

To get the latest version of OpenRazer to use with your Razer device on Regata OS, simply go to the Regata OS Store and install the Polychromatic or RazerGenie apps, software that helps you set up your Razer peripherals easily.
More details about OpenRazer 3.2, you can see in the official release notes on GitHub.