Microsoft has taken to its X018 event in Mexico City to unveil an upcoming partnership with Razer, delivering a new and keyboard designed for console gaming. Complementing a hefty lineup of games, the third-party manufacturer plans to release a wireless mechanic keyboard, "designed from the ground up" for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
Speaking on X018's Inside Xbox live broadcast, Razer CEO, Min-Liang Tan, discussed the manufacturer's established PC product line, and plans for its Xbox partnership. Details on the sofa-friendly setup are thin, though expected to share similar philosophies to its existing Razer Turret "lapboard." Razer Chroma, a staple of Razer design, translates via Xbox's dynamic RGB lighting support too.
Razer is promising a full CES 2019 reveal, which kicks off on January 8, 2019, in Las Vegas. No release date has been provided, but expect an arrival sometime next year.
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