|商品尺寸||59.99 x 37.57 x 19.38 cm; 2.65 公斤|
Razer 雷蛇 Turret 无线机械游戏键盘和鼠标组合，适用于 PC 和 Xbox One：Chroma RGB/动态照明 - 可伸缩磁性鼠标垫 - 40 小时电池
- 非常适合延长游戏会议：一次充电时，键盘和鼠标可持续使用长达 43 小时和 50 小时（带有照明功能），灯光可停用 11 和 30 小时）
- 无忧无线连接：通过一个统一的 2.4 GHz 无线 USB 接收器连接
- 更强的游戏沉浸：色彩通过 Xbox 动态照明与游戏玩耍
- 规格：鼠标 - 16、000 DPI、5G 光学传感器；键盘 - 10 键全反重仿曲
For Gamers. By Gamers. It's not just a tagline. It's a mission. From behind the drawing board all the way to the tournament stage, each step is controlled by the undeniable desire for all gamers - to always win.
Razer Turret for Xbox One
Meet Razer's first wireless keyboard and mouse designed for Xbox One. Get incredible precision on a tenkeyless keyboard with an inbuilt mouse mat, paired with a mouse featuring the acclaimed Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor. It's the one-device solution for advanced gaming - on the couch.
- Made for Xbox One and PC
- Industry-leading gaming performance
- Superior wireless performance
- Compact and ergonomic
- Customizable lighting
- Long-lasting durability
2.4 GHz Wireless Connection with Adaptive Frequency Technology
With a single unified dongle solution, you can connect your keyboard and mouse to your Xbox One and enjoy gaming on a wireless connection that's both reliable and fast.
Get more out of your play. The Razer Turret's keyboard and mouse are durable up to 50 million clicks and 80 million keystrokes respectively.
Razer Mechanical Switches
Featuring optimized actuation and reset points, every command is executed with blazing fast responsiveness.
Retractable Mouse Mat
Slide out the Razer Turret's built-in mouse mat when using your mouse. When you're done, simply push it back in for easy, compact storage.
Built-in Ergonomic Wrist Rest
Stay comfortable with an ergonomic wrist rest that perfectly cushions your wrists, even through long hours of gameplay.
Dedicated Xbox Key
Use the dedicated Xbox key to easily bring up the Xbox One dashboard.
I have had the Rocat Sova, two different Corsair Lapdog/K70 sets, and the one that was most used before the Turret was the Corsair K63/Lapboard set, all paired with numerous wireless mice over the years, with the most recent being the Logitech G903.
Of all my previous setups, all of which I still own except for the Sova which I gave to a friend, each may have one or two things that I prefer over the Turret, but those differences are slight. But, as a total package, along with some of the little things Razer includes like a magnetized mouse, the Turret is simply head and shoulders above them all.
With the K63, I really liked the wireless convenience, and until now I felt the lapboard for the K63 was the best of the bunch (followed very closely by the Sova). I did not like the feel of the keys on the K63, as I prefer a tactile click with my mechanical keyboards, as well the K63 keys only have one color lights, in my case blue. The Turret has Razers green switches which have a nice tactile and audible click when pressing the keys, as well as RGB lighting, thus allowing you to change the colors however you like, down to a single key.
The K70 LUX RGB and Lapdog set is a really big, heavy, set. It has Cherry Brown switches, which also have a tactile and audible click along with RGB lighting. But it is huge, and some of the edges on the metal Lapdog can be very sharp, as a few cuts I have received can attest to. It has a number pad, which the Turret doesn't have, but the size and convenience of the Turret really shine here. With the stowable mousepad, which has a mechanical lever that releases it to open and close allowing it to be locked in either the open or closed positition, and while metal the attention to detail Razer paid to the manufacturing process really shows here, as the edges do not feel sharp enough to cut. Also, the weight of the turret, while not being so nearly as heavy as the Lapdog, it is by no means light or cheap feeling, when you pick up the Turret it feels sturdy, well made, and high quality.
The K70 Rapidfire RGB has a very short travel distance for the near silent keys, which, while being very fast does not have the tactile and audible click that I prefer. It is also paired with the Lapdog, so other than my preference for the speed of the keys on the rapidfire, see above for why I prefer the Turret.
The Sova, while much larger than the Turret, is made of plastic, so is much lighter than the Lapdog, but the keys on it are silent and also locked to only blue lighting, as well I do not care for the layout of the keys. While I am sure that over time you will get used to it, some of the keys are moved from their normal positions in a QWERTY configuration, in order to minimize the footprint of the Sova. The Turret uses a standard QWERTY configuration, as well as having the RGB lighting and clicky keys, and is much smaller, and as such, more convenient.
The mouse included with the Turret appears to be a magnetized version of Razer's wireless Mamba. It has two buttons on the top for adjusting the DPI settings in multiple increments that you set in the software, making it easy to adjust on the fly, just like my favorite mouse the G903, as well as the two, configurable, side buttons. I simply prefer the G903 for how it feels in my hand, no other reason, and will still likely use it if in a situation where I am not using my lapboard, but the magnetization of the Turret mouse is a wonderful touch by Razer. Over the years, anytime I got up, or even just reached over to answer my phone, or moved in any way really, I always had to move my mouse away from the mousepad and set it down somewhere. Thanks to Razer's thoughfulness, that is no longer neccessary. It is really a wonderful touch, that will likely be overlooked by anyone who doesn't have experience using other lapboards and wireless mice
So, the bottom line, I simply love my Turret, and am very glad I made this purchase. This opinion is, however, subject to change over time, but unless something changes drastically, I believe my initial impressions are likely to be lasting.
The thing I really really really hate about this mouse: the magnetic attraction between the mouse pad and mouse. This, to me, is the most idiotic gimmick I've seen on a keyboard + mouse combo, because it's both been successful in terms of marketing and also it completely ruins the whole product by actually lessening the comfort you'd actually get if it just simply didn't exist.
The magnetic attraction is supposed to help when you have to either get up from the couch or start just typing for a bit (letting go of the mouse), and then keeping the mouse from falling off the mouse pad and onto your lap or couch. That sounds good in theory, BUT, in my experience the time I'm interacting with this product is like 98% holding the mouse and 2% other activities like typing or whatever. The magnets add weight to the mouse and after and hour of playing my forearm is tired. So I am being inconvenienced for 98% of the time for functionality that is supposed to help 2% of the time.
That is the worse part of this. The magnet is so weak that it doesn't actually hold the mouse in place some of the time. So it fails at its purpose. In other words, the magnets are strong enough to have a balance between somewhat useless and annoying.
I am actually writing this review because I want to know if anyone has any idea of how I could disable the magnetism in the mouse pad, because aside from that the product is perfect, honestly.
Appreciate the help, thanks.