Razer Turtle review: wireless keyboard and wireless mouse

Razer Turtle review

The Razer Turtle has already been shown to the public as a prototype last year, but has not been until now that has become a reality. The intention is to provide users with a comfortable environment to play comfortably from the sofa (is designed to rest on the legs), with integrated on a lapboard with surface to put the mouse keyboard, and of course the mouse, all working wirelessly via Bluetooth or via wireless connectivity to 2.4 GHz thanks to the adapter. Razer Turtle review follows below.

We started talking about the wireless keyboard. TKL has a design (no numeric keypad on the right) and Chiclet type keys with scissor mechanisms, so your profile is slim. Still, it is backlit in green and includes dedicated keys for functions Android operating system. According to Razer, its 1500 mAh battery provides a range of up to 4 months with normal use.

Razer Turtle reviews

Razer Turtle review: As for the wireless mouse, it has a ergonomic ambidextrous design that closely resembles the Orochi and therefore this size. It incorporates a laser sensor up to 3500 DPI sensitivity and a battery of 1000 mAh which according to the manufacturer gives it a range of up to 40 hours of continuous use. It includes a charging base to recharge comfortably when we’re not using, as noted above, a USB adapter to connect wirelessly if the other device does not have Bluetooth.

The bad part as long as we talk about Razer is the price, because although not yet is listed on the manufacturer’s website announced their launch price will be 189.99 euros, suitable only for lucky pockets.

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