Razer Releases The Turret Gaming Mouse and Keyboard For Xbox One
For those who loathe playing FPS games using the console's controller, good news Razer has you covered as they just released its branded Turret gaming keyboard and mouse which was announced back 2018 for the Xbox One. The combo keyboard and mouse has several exciting features that include a Razer Chroma, 5G advanced optical sensors, and 2.4GHz wireless connection.
Any user has a choice up to 16.8 million colors with the Razer Chroma for both their keyboard and mouse. Both devices will feature an Xbox Dynamic Lighting, 1000Hz Ultrapolling, and Razer Synapse 3. It also features are a unified dongle and ergonomic design.
Interestingly enough, Razer implemented a mechanical switch into its Turret Keyboard that has 50g actuation force, ten key roll-overs with anti-ghosting, and mid-height key-caps. measurem23.62 inches with a tray that expands and weighs approximately 4.1 pounds. Now in terms of battery life, Razer states that users should get 11 hours on one single charge with default lighting and up to 43 hours without lighting. Even though the central keyboard theme is to sync it up with the Xbox One, users do have the option to connect it to PC's, serving as a multifaceted peripheral. An underrated feature here is PC users will be able to fully program keys and will offer other gaming options.
Onto the Razer Turret Mouse, it features a physical scroll wheel, seven programmable Hypersponse buttons, and on-board memory and cloud storage. It measures 4.95 inches in length and weighs in at 0.21 pounds. The mouse itself can move 450 inches per second and has a life cycle of 50 million clicks. The device will offer up 30 hours of battery life on a default lighting, and more than 50 hours without it.
Microsoft did mention back in Sept of 2018 that it would soon offer mouse and keyboard support for its consoles. It just so happen that Razer is one of their listed partners with the Turret Keyboard and Mouse announced in December. Razer stated that the Xbox One was designed "to leverage on (their) capabilities for a console."
Pairing a keyboard and mouse to a console undoubtedly a great idea, but this particular brand comes with a hefty price tag. It will run you USD 249.99, which believe it or not cost more than the Xbox One S. Thrown in to keep consumers attracted to this peripheral, both devices will include a two-year warranty with tech support and 14 days of risk-free returns. Consumers here in the states (America) can get free shipping from Razer's website from purchases more than $79. Those interested purchasing this mouse and keyboard can click on the highlighted text.