NovusBogus wrote:In their early years one of Razer's big selling points was that your configuration could be saved to the device's onboard memory and function without any additional programs running on the host machine. This was one of the coolest things to come out of the new focus on high-end input devices. Unfortunately they seem to have moved away from this and not only require that an executable be running, but it's some lame "cloud-based" thing that requires the Internet. Supposedly the devices do physically have memory, it just isn't used for reasons unknown. This seems like a huge step backwards, especially as it never caught on with other brands either. Does anyone know if there are new products being made that do have functional onboard memory?
Hz so good wrote:They did what now? That's some serious BS. My Naga works just fine, and the executable is mainly for profile mgmt, calibration, and such. There is zero reason for anything cloud-based relating to mice/keyboards.