OpenRazer 3.5 Brings Support For Newer Razer Devices On Linux

Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 20 November 2022 at 09:24 AM EST. 22 Comments
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While Razer still sadly isn't officially supporting their various gaming-focused computer peripherals under Linux, the OpenRazer project providing open-source drivers for Razer products continues working out well and offering broad hardware support under Linux.

OpenRazer supports a far majority of Razer products ever released and paired with the likes of the Polychromatic UI can make for a nice experience of offering rich customizations under Linux and other features previously not available when using Razer hardware under Linux.

With OpenRazer 3.5 the newest devices now support include:

- Razer Naga X
- Razer Huntsman V2 Tenkeyless
- Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro
- Razer Blade 17 Pro (Early 2021)
- Razer DeathStalker V2
- Razer Chroma Addressable RGB Controller

From Razer laptops to their well known keyboards and mice along with other peripherals, OpenRazer continues to be focused on supporting as much of the Razer hardware portfolio possible.


Polychromatic UI with OpenRazer on Linux.


OpenRazer 3.5 also adds the DPI stages feature for more mice, key-related functionality for the BlackWidow V3, new capabilities in their Python library, and a wide range of bug fixes to the OpenRazer drivers and daemon.


OpenRazer 3.5 can be downloaded from GitHub.
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