If you have a pair of crazy awesome headphones like the Tiamat 7.1 V2, you would want a proper receptacle or holder such as, for example, a headphone/headset stand, to hold it when it is not in use. But you probably don’t want just any headphone stand. You will want the Razer Base Station Chroma. So what the hell is a Razer Base Station Chroma you ask? Well, it is yet another element of customizable Chroma lighting that adds more dazzling eye-candy to your gaming setup and while doing so, it also serves as a practical desktop headphone stand and a USB hub.

Razer Base Station Chroma Headphone Stand and USB Hub

Made from lightweight high-grade plastic, Razer Base Station Chroma features a minimalistic but perfectly balanced design, a 3-port USB 3.0 hub conveniently located at the front of the base, anti-slip feet for sure-footedness, and it is, of course, Razer Chroma-enabled which means you get to choose from preloaded lighting effects or whip up your own palette from 16.8 million colors via Razer Synapse. Razer Base Station Chroma is compatible with Chroma SDK so that developers can create and customize it to deliver unique lighting elements to further gameplay immersion.

Razer Base Station Chroma Headphone Stand/USB Hub is slated to ship in Q3 2017 with a $59.99 sticker. If you want, you can sign up to be notified when it becomes available.

Razer Base Station Chroma Headphone Stand and USB Hub

Razer Base Station Chroma Headphone Stand and USB Hub

Images courtesy of Razer.

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