OperaGX brings Logitech LightSync to the browsing experience, because why not
The OperaGX browser is getting some new RGB love. For anyone packaging Logitech peripherals, OperaGX will now enable Logitech G’s Lightsync integration. Why? Who knows, honestly.
But moreover, why not? I’m not one to oppress freedom of expression in a photonic fantasy format. If people feel the need to create custom lighting effects and animations to “trigger an explosion of color,” as the press release describes it, who am I to stand in their way?
If you haven’t heard of it, Opera is a browser alternative to Chrome, Firefox and the like that prides itself on taking user privacy issues seriously. A self-proclaimed “Global Web Innovator”.
OperaGX, on the other hand, is the gamer-friendly version of the popular browser software. It has more gaming related features like limiting its access to system resources so that your gaming PC can focus on gaming performance instead of drowning due to RAM demands of your greedy browser.
“Custom effects and animations can be imported into the browser with a single click,” the press release notes, “transforming opening a new tab, downloading new game content, or activating RAM, processor and network limiters into a full-spectrum light experience”.
In September of last year, we saw OperaGX get acquainted with Corsair, when the company announced that its browser would include iCUE integration. Now Logitech users can join the browser rave and make those long midnight wiki deep-dive sessions feel a whole lot livelier.