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Razer showcases their wireless Xbox One keyboard/mouse combo before CES

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Razer showcases their wireless Xbox One keyboard/mouse combo before CES

Razer showcases their wireless Xbox One keyboard/mouse combo before CES

Earlier this year, Microsoft finally delivered on their promise to bring keyboard/mouse support to Xbox One, taking over three years to do so. Now, with CES 2019 fast approaching, accessories makers are planning to deliver the Xbox platform their first bespoke mouse/keyboard designs, offering wireless functionality and enhanced Xbox One integration. 

Today, almost any wired mouse and keyboard will work with Microsoft's Xbox One, with the platform also supporting many wireless solutions, though right now there are no mouse/keyboard solutions that have been designed with Xbox One support from the outset, creating plenty of room for Xbox exclusive enhancements. 

At this time it is unknown how Razer's Wireless Xbox One keyboard will differ from standard wireless keyboards, though we will learn more at CES 2019 on January 8th. It is likely that Razer's Xbox one wireless keyboard will also work on PCs. 

Looking at the image above, Razer's wireless Xbox One Keyboard is designed to sit on a user's lap, merging the keyboard with a mousepad to create a stable all-in-one solution. At this time the mouse tray is expected to pop out when needed, though this has not been confirmed.  


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