Microsoft took to its X018 event in Mexico City to present a new association with Razer, offering a new keyboard designed for console games. Complementing a solid game formation, the third-party manufacturer plans to launch a wireless, "designed from the beginning" wireless keyboard for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
Speaking on live Xbox Live X018 broadcast, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan discussed the product line of the PC set by the manufacturer and plans its Xbox partnership. The details on the friendly sofa setup are thin, although it is expected to share similar philosophies with its current "lapboard" Razer Turret. Razer Chroma, a basic element of the design of Razer, is also translated by the support of dynamic Xbox RGB lighting.
Razer is promising a complete 2019 CES reveal, which begins on January 8, 2019 in Las Vegas. Release date was not provided, but we are expecting an arrival next year.
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