Mouse and keyboard support has been a highly-anticipated feature for the Xbox One family of gaming consoles for years. But in September, Microsoft finally announced that the feature is on the way. While you can use it now with select games, Razer will be the first to announce a mouse and keyboard that are built specifically for the Xbox One.
The firm will show off the new peripherals on January 8, which is the first day of CES. You can head over to the company's website and sign up for when there's more information available, so you can be notified when the product is formally announced. You can expect to hear details like pricing and availability, along with the full feature set.
Mouse and keyboard support for the Xbox One went live in November, and it's supported by 15 games so far. Microsoft said that it won't be enabling the feature by default on all games, as it can provide an unfair advantage for some players. Because of this, the firm is going to leave it up to the developer of the game.