Skip to main content

Ads

loading...

Featured Post

Freddie Gibbs/Madlib - Bandana Music Album Reviews

On their second album as a duo, Madlib and Freddie Gibbs pull themselves deeper into one another’s worlds.
On paper, Freddie Gibbs, a straight-shooting street rapper, and Madlib, an eccentric tinkerer, are as mouth-watering a combo as licorice and pickle juice. But their collaborative 2014 album Piñata succeeded because the two are equally uncompromising: Madlib tailors beats to his eclectic ears alone, while Gibbs insists that he can rap over anything. Kindred spirits, the pair bonded through mutual gumption.

Ads

ads

Flipboard

Flipboard

Microsoft likely to join hands with Razer for Keyboard and mouse support for Xbox

Microsoft likely to join hands with Razer for Keyboard and mouse support for Xbox
Since the past few years, software giant Microsoft has been teasing the keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One. But hit has been a while since there has been an update from the gaming giant. But now it is likely that there are chances that the feature might soon roll out with a possible partnership between Microsoft and Razer.

Some of the recent reports from leading dailies have claimed that Microsoft has partnered with Razer for the first Keyboard and mouse for the Xbox. At present it seems like the company is focusing on a lap friendly Razer Turret that will be available for use on a console. Earlier the Razer Turret was expected to be added to the Xbox in the April update for the developers but the current status of it is not known. Under any circumstances, the software giant wants the developers to have access to the feature so that support is created around it before it is launched to the public.

A few more details have indicated multiplayer support for KB/M which will be entirely up to the developer. Moreover, the gaming giant is also encouraging the developers to pay close attention to the keyboard/mouse VS gamepad in the multiplayer games. Microsoft has also suggested that some of the developers might want to add a few specific matchmaking rules so as to keep the KB/M users away from the gamepad users.

For now Razer Turret seems to be the focus on the marketing side the presentation of Microsoft on the subject has indicated that the Xbox One will support all the mice just like Windows. This will also include the dongles. However, the ones that depend on the custom drivers or Bluetooth might not support the device. The upcoming development might be an exciting news for the gamers but would it mean blurring of lines between the PC and console gaming.

View the original article here

Comments

ads

loading...
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Loading...

Popular posts from this blog

The Pilgrim's Progress (2019) Sinhala Subtitles

Synopsis The epic tale of a pilgrim and his burden, based on John Bunyan's Masterpiece. Christian begins a journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City as the ultimate enemy tries everything in his power to distract him from his destination. One of the most popular books of all time is brought to life for the first time to theaters as a feature length, CGI animated movie.

Game Of Thrones Season 8 - End Game With Sinhala Subtitles

Nokia 4.2 Review

At £150, Nokia's budget handset has to be compared to the very best cheap phones. How does it stack up?
Should I Buy The Nokia 4.2?
The 4.2 has shown that Nokia can still produce good hardware, and combined with the slick user interface on Android One it provides an enjoyable user experience. This fully featured modern handset produces consistently solid performance, with above average cameras and impressive battery life. 
However, it is let down by a low resolution screen, poor implementation of biometrics and some stubborn design choices.

Nectarine & Prosciutto Salad

Sweet ripe nectarines pair with peppery arugula and a hit of salty Parmesan and prosciutto in this outstanding side salad.

Apple MacBook Pro 15in (2019) Review

The 2019 version of the 15in MacBook Pro brings more powerful Intel processors - including a 9th generation 8-core option, but it may still suffer from keyboard issues (which Apple will fix for free). Here's our full review.
Should I buy the 15in MacBook Pro (2019)?
You’ll need to weigh up how much you need an incredibly powerful Mac laptop with concerns about the keyboard, but the new 9th generation 8-core processors should sweeten the deal.

Like Fan Page