Corsair Will Also Produce Xbox One Supported Keyboard And Mice

Now that the Xbox One is getting official keyboard and mouse support, it looks like Corsair doesn’t want to sit on the sidelines. Announced today, the company will also produce a variety of keyboards and mouse.

CORSAIR is proud to be Microsoft’s newest Xbox licensed hardware partner and is excited that the Xbox One team has opened up support for keyboards and mice. Xbox One players now have at their disposal the same precision and reliability that PC gamers have enjoyed from CORSAIR peripherals for years. CORSAIR is working to ensure a great experience on Xbox One and looks forward to collaborating with the Xbox team to deliver even more compatible peripherals in the future.

In addition to partnering with the Xbox team, CORSAIR is committed to working more closely with Microsoft on numerous other initiatives including Mixer, Microsoft’s next-generation interactive livestreaming service. Through Elgato, CORSAIR’s subsidiary brand for content creators, Mixer broadcasters will be empowered to improve their streams through integration with the powerful and versatile Elgato Stream Deck, along with other exciting initiatives currently in development use for the Xbox One. 

There hasn’t been any word as to when we’ll see the first Corsair branded accessories. However, with Fornite and Warframe getting keyboard and mouse support, I’m sure we’ll see them soon. As for me, I’m excited to see that Corsair’s popular cough gaming accessory, the Lapdog, is getting Xbox support as well. 

We’ve contacted Corsair to find out when we can expect to their products in stores and will update accordingly.

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