Microsoft has taken its X018 event in Mexico City to reveal a forthcoming partnership with Razer, providing a new and keyboard designed for console games. Supports an extensive line of games, the third-party maker intends to release a wireless "wireless" plank for "Xbox One and Windows 10 PC".
Speaking on an X018 internal live broadcast in Xbox, Razer Chief Executive, Min-Liang Tan, discussed the manufacturer's established PC product line, and plans for his Xbox partnership. Details on the sofa-friendly set are thin, although they expect to share similarities to the Razer Turret board. "Razer Chroma, a staple of the Razer scheme, also translates through Xbox Dynamic RGB lighting support.
Razer is promising to reveal a full 2019 CES, which starts on January 8, 2019, in Las Vegas. No release date was provided, but you are expected to arrive sometime next year.
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