First Wireless Xbox One Mouse and Keyboard Now Available: Razer Turret

First Wireless Xbox One Mouse and Keyboard Now Available: Razer Turret

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The PC hardware maker Razer just released the world’s first wireless mouse and keyboard designed specifically for Xbox One. It’s called the Razer Turret, and for a limited time it’s available exclusively at the Microsoft Store. The Razer Turret mouse and keyboard also work with Windows PC, but they’re designed so you can use them while sitting on a couch.

  • See Razer Turret at Microsoft Store

Other Xbox One Hardware

  • Xbox One S Minecraft Creator’s Bundle – $199.99
  • Xbox One X Metro Saga Bundle – $499.99
  • Xbox One X – $382.50
  • Xbox One Controller (white) – $46
  • Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon Headset – $39.95

Xbox One Keyboard and Mouse Compatible Games

  • Metro Exodus
  • Sea of Thieves
  • Minecraft
  • Strange Brigade
  • Fortnite

The keyboard has a big, sturdy base so you can comfortably set it across your lap. It also has a built-in mouse pad that slides out the right side, allowing players to sit back on a couch or chair and still get those precision headshots.

Like Razer keyboards designed for PC, the Turret keyboard has dynamic backlighting powered by Razer Chroma, which lets you select from 16.8 million color options. With the lighting on, the keyboard lasts up to 11 hours on a single charge. Turn those lights off, and you can play for up to 43 hours.

The Razer Turret mouse is equipped with a Razer 5G advanced optical sensor, seven programmable buttons, and the same 16.8 million color options for its built-in lights. It lasts between 30 and 50 hours on a single charge, depending on whether you have the lighting enabled. Both the keyboard and mouse connect to the Xbox via a tiny 2.4 GHz wireless receiver that plugs into your Xbox One console.

The biggest drawback for any Xbox One keyboard and mouse is the lineup of compatible games. So far, only a handful of titles are available, including Fortnite, Metro Exodus, Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, and Strange Brigade. Several upcoming games, including Gears of War 5, will be compatible, and other titles can be updated with mouse and keyboard support by the developers.

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