Xbox One's first official wireless mouse and keyboard are in work, and Razer is clear to bother what the two products will look like – and when we learn more.
The full disclosure picture was actually released late last year, but it seems to have flown the most under the radar. Now the company announces the prominent pair as it promotes its announcement, which coincides with the first day of the CES January 8th.
We have known for half a year that Razer had collaborated with Microsoft on mouse and keyboard support for Xbox One, and it could have major implications for future titles. Xbox One players have long been asking for mouse and keyboard support ̵
We must wait until January to find out how much the keyboard will cost, but we can see some important details in this first official rendering, including an Xbox button at the bottom right of the keyboard as well as it seems to Be a sliding mousepad that is probably meant to stay balanced in your lap while playing.
If our eyes are not wondering, the new periphery is far from Razer's previous sofa keyboard work for micro consoles and Steam Machines. This time it's a full PC game mouse (it seems to be a Razer Mamba?) Instead of a little plus what seems to be full mechanical switches and Razer's color-changing Chroma backlit keys. In June, we reported that Xbox developers would have access to the Chroma colors to increase their games.