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Razer teases wireless keyboard and mouse for Xbox One ahead of CES 2019

19 December 2018 2

It has been a long time since we started to hear about external keyboard and mouse support for Xbox One games. Microsoft released a software update regarding the same last month and now, the official partner Razer has teased what will be first official wireless keyboard and mouse for Xbox One.

The wireless keyboard and mouse have been designed in the signature Razer look. They are in Black color for the most part along with hints of different RGB colors that gamers usually prefer. The most interesting thing to notice on the keyboard is that Razer has replaced the Right CTRL key symbol with the Xbox logo. This is not surprising considering the collaboration between the two companies.

In the teaser page, Razer has not shared in specific details related to technical sides or the pricing. It has mentioned, "We are proud to partner with Microsoft to bring you the world’s first wireless keyboard and mouse designed for Xbox One. Equipped with our industry-leading gaming technologies, discover a new way to play in your living room. Find out more at CES on 08/01/2019."

It means we will get see the first complete look at the official Razer keyboard and mouse for Xbox One during CES 2019. Even though there is still some time for that, it announced that 50 of its existing keyboards and mice are already compatible with the Xbox One console.


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Razer teases wireless keyboard and mouse for Xbox One ahead of CES 2019
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ParcyJac
ParcyJac

This is potentially a strong partnership for both Razer and Microsoft. Microsoft needs some cool support to take on the PlayStation in some different way.

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