We’ve known for a while that Razer was working on an Xbox specific wireless keyboard and now, in advance of the Consumer Electronics Show, the company teased the upcoming keyboard and mouse it has prepared for the Xbox One users.
Razer has been tight-lipped about the Xbox One-specific functions the peripherals might have and even about the price and availability so all we have to go on at the moment is the photo the company has released.
So far, we can only tell that the Right-CTRL key was replaced by the Xbox logo, which might mean that the logo would work as the home button the same way it does on the controller.
The side of the keyboard also features an extension which looks like it will work as a mat for the wireless mouse. If you’re a console user, most of your play time will happen on the couch, so this addition would definitely come in handy.
The keyboard looks like it hosts mechanical keys and we can also recognize Razer’s well-known Chroma color changing system on it.
The keyboard and mouse support was only announced for a limited number of games, for the time being, including Fortnite and Warframe, but we’re expecting the list to grow after the official unveiling.
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