Razer Turret Xbox One Wireless Gaming Lapboard

Dec 20, 2018

Category: Tech

When it comes to the gaming console versus PC debate, one of the most common arguments is that the keyboard and mouse combo used by PCs is far better than handheld controllers will ever be. And Microsoft seems to have taken that argument to heart because they worked with Razer to unleash the Turret — the first ever wireless gaming lapboard for Xbox One.

For those keyed into the goings-on of Microsoft, this announcement shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, as the brand recently rolled out keyboard support for several games, including Fortnite, Warframe, and more. But the brand’s stamp of approval on this keyboard and mouse combo definitely bodes well for its functionality and compatibility — enhanced by its 40 hours of battery life, 2.4 GHz connection, Razer Chroma support for Xbox Dynamic Lighting, and Razer’s 5G Advanced Optical Sensor in the mouse. It certainly doesn’t hurt that it’s also compatible with PC, in case you don’t want two separate setups for your computer and console. Available for preorder on the Microsoft store, the Xbox One-compatible Razer Turret is priced at $250.

Purchase: $250

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