Do you own a gaming rig? Gaming rigs do not pertain only to gaming desktops but it could also refer to gaming laptops.
There are a lot of gaming setups nowadays and although they pack really cool features, they seem to lack something: convenience.
What I mean by this is sometimes, you just want to play a game on your couch. The problem is if you have a gaming rig, you’re most likely going to be glued to your chair because the rig can only be put on a desk.
Well, that is about to change because Razer has a solution for that. Introducing the new Razer Turret. This is a portable keyboard and mouse combo that will help you game on the couch without any problems.
The Razer Turret is unlike anything I’ve seen on the market to date. First of all, I want to talk about the keyboard.
The keyboard of the Razer Turret has a ten keyless design wherein the numpad is omitted. Most of the gamers do not make use of the numpad anyway so I think it is pretty much okay for most people.
The Razer Turret also comes with a Bluetooth wireless mouse. The mouse has a pretty good sensor that is capable of 3,500 DPI sensitivity.
What I love about the Turret is that the mouse comes with a magnetic mouse mat. The mouse itself has a magnet and the mouse mat will attract the included gaming mouse on its surface without you having to worry if it may fall or not.
Now, there are two connectivity options for the Razer Turret: Bluetooth or Wireless receiver. Most of the gaming rigs nowadays come with motherboards that have an on-board Bluetooth technology.
The Razer Turret uses 2.4GHz wireless Bluetooth technology so that you are assured of unparalleled gaming performance, despite its wireless nature.
If your gaming rig does not have a Bluetooth-enabled motherboard, the Razer Turret also comes with its own USB wireless receiver in which you can plug in your gaming rig and have it work from there.
During testing, I am impressed with the input. There is no input lag whatsoever and the mouse is pretty accurate when playing a match in CS:GO. The keyboard has a chiclet style layout which feels a little bit mushy for my tastes, but it is pretty responsive.
The Turret’s keyboard also has anti-ghosting properties and it has a 10-key rollover feature wherein you can press 10 keys at once and all of them will register on screen.
The Razer Turret is not only limited for use in gaming rigs; it can also be used for Android devices.
Just enable the Bluetooth feature on your Android device and allow it to sync up with the Razer Turret.
Both the keyboard and the mouse have included batteries. The keyboard comes with a 1,500 MaH Li-Ion rechargeable battery and the mouse comes with a 1,000 MaH Li-IOon rechargeable battery.
The Razer Turret also comes with a charging dock for the mouse and a wall adaptor to charge the keyboard.
The Razer Turret is a pretty good gaming peripheral if you want to game on the couch. The keyboard and the mouse combo has great ergonomics and they are both pretty responsive.