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Razer Turret Review

Razer Turret Review

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For the mouse we can set the button functions, DPI, acceleration and power settings. It is also worth noting that these products support Razers stats app, allowing us to see how we have used the devices in our games.

Razer Turret Review – Conclusion

The first thing which struck us as we unboxed the Turret products was that the keyboard is a very solid, weighty item. That’s no bad thing as it keeps it sturdy on our lap or desk. The design is still very sleek but it is sturdy. The mouse doesn’t quite feel like it is the same standard, a bit lightweight in comparison but the finish is decent and the buttons feel good.


In terms of design, overall the Turret works well. It stores nicely and has some nice extras like the Android buttons. Would we change anything? A couple of things. Firstly we’d have liked to have seen an ability to remove the surface from the right side and attach it to the left, making full use of the ambidextrous mouse. That would also mean moving the power/mode buttons to the top edge. There should also be a way to really lock the pad in place. It folds into place with a nice chunky click but it isn’t massively tight and so it develops a slight angle as if it is about to separate. There is probably also room in the product for a Pro model. One with a larger gaming surface, wrist rest and maybe even the ability to have a headphone/mic connector which would take advantage of the Bluetooth mode…and backlit keys.

Still, as is, the Turret feels great to use. The magnetic pad was a great idea, they keys feel comfortable and responsive to type on and the mouse glides well with plenty of speed available for most gamers. Add to that the excellent Synapse software and we have a product which meets its goal of providing a great product for PC gaming (or general use) from our couch.

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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.