Razer Turret is plug-and-play, and it pairs with your Xbox One using a tiny USB dongle, which you can easily connect to any of the available ports. The keyboard is mechanical with Razer’s Chrome RGB lighting, and it features a minimalistic design with a sliding pad to use the mouse. Overall the setup is very comfortable to use while on your lap or on the coffee table. The Razer Turret even features magnets on the mousepad to prevent the mouse from falling. Also, the keyboard charges using a USB Type-C port, but the mouse uses a standard micro-USB port for charging. In addition, you can charge the mouse from the keyboard, which is a good feature to have. Razer claims up to 11 hours of battery life for the keyboard and 30 hours for mouse when using the RGB lighting, and without lighting, you can expect the keyboard to last around 40 hours. Instead of a Windows key, on this keyboard, you’ll find an “Xbox” key that functions as the main button like on a controller. If you play games on PC and Xbox One, you can also pair the Turret keyboard and mouse with your Windows 10 machine. The Razer Turret cost $249.99, which is almost as much as an Xbox One S, and you can pre-order it now from the Microsoft Store. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.