Logitech G Lightsync RGB working with Opera GX

Create customizable lighting effects and animations to bring your gaming set-up to life in full polychromatic beauty when browsing with Opera GX 

Hello out there,

We have some great news for all the Logitech G fans. We’ve just integrated Logitech G’s popular lighting technology, LIGHTSYNC RGB, into Opera GX. Now get ready to transform your browsing into a full-spectrum lighting experience with over 16.8 million colors. 

Those of you using both Opera GX and Logitech G gaming gear with LIGHTSYNC RGB, can now unleash an explosion of color by creating custom lighting effects and animations. The effects you create dynamically respond every time you open a tab, receive a message or download a file using Opera GX. 

This newest integration lets you level-up your browsing experience by adding a programmable blast of colors and animations, to make using the web more engaging than ever.

Launched in 2019 during E3 in Los Angeles, Opera GX is the world’s first browser designed for gamers. The Logitech G LIGHTSYNC RGB integration can be enabled by clicking on Easy Setup in the top-right corner of your GX browser, and then going to GX Lights settings.

You can transform your browsing experience by either selecting one of the preset lighting effects or animations, or go deeper by creating your own custom content. Custom effects and animations can be imported into the browser in just one click, which transforms opening a new tab, downloading new gaming content or activating the RAM, CPU and network limiters into a full spectrum light experience. 

Opera GX will also display a GIF on your Logitech G keyboard whenever you get a notification from Discord, Twitch, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, Twitter, WhatsApp or Instagram.

Those of you who haven’t yet joined the 13 million gamers who use Opera GX, can join the action now by downloading it from the Opera GX home page.

Until next time, enjoy browsing with in a colorful and animated experience in GX!

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