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"What are thooose?"

These are the Razer Nommo Chroma speakers.

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High-end hair dryer? A radar gun? Nope!

They look odd, but they really are speakers.

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Plug and play

They connect via USB or auxiliary port.

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Chroma model

The Nommo Chroma model costs a little more than the model without the lights.

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3-inch tweeters

Each speaker has 3-inch tweeters.

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Cords galore

No wireless options here.

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Physical knobs

Easily turn up the bass or volume.

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Bass ports in the back

Bass is impactful during gameplay and movies.

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Eyecatchers

The oddly-shaped speakers tend to turn heads.

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Right to left

The right speakers sends audio and power through a cable.

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Keep going through the gallery for more photos of the speakers.

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