VIVIFY Launches PC edition ARQUUS W73ø

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April 16, 2020

VIVIFY is pleased to announce the PC edition VIVIFY ARQUUS W73ø, a fiber optic HDMI RGB gaming cable with Vnode, a new software to control and mix the cable’s light-up effects, which also works with Razer Chroma. Available in 9ft (2.7M) length, the HDMI 2.0b W73ø received DPL Labs’ 4K certification, the highest level of certification for true 4K products.

VIVIFY ARQUUS W73ø Product Highlights

A cable for true gamers

Whether on console or PC, using a gaming monitor and/or TV, the backward compatibility of HDMI 2.0b and a wide array of compatible devices offers an opportunity for gamers to connect whenever and wherever they want. With true 4K resolution (4096 x 2160) supporting refresh rate of 60Hz, the ARQUUS W73ø provides the performance necessary for gamers, to immerse themselves with vivid image quality and clean fast motion transitions. And thanks to the high-performance and high-quality of the optical fiber, there is minimal signal loss over longer distances.

Vnode – Bring gradient effects to your HDMI cable

The new Vnode application unleashes RGB customization options ranging from single color to dynamic gradient effects, and everything in between. A wide array of lighting effects (up to 8) and the option to choose from a wide spectrum of colors gives the user the possibility to find a perfect fit for their style. This is achieved via the patented design of built-in LEDs located at the source and display ends of the cable, and passing through a proprietary diffuser. In addition, the VIVIFY ARQUUS W73ø works with Razer Chroma to synchronize lighting effects and create the ultimate gaming environment.

“We’re thrilled to have VIVIFY join the Razer Chroma Connect program. The vibrant RGB lighting on the ARQUUS W73ø can now sync with all your Razer Chroma enabled devices and even dynamically react with games for a truly immersive gaming experience.” – Kushal Tandon, Director of Software Marketing and Business development

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