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Cheapest Razer Turret Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 1,254.00

The Razer Turret is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Razer Turret price in Hong Kong is HK$ 1,254.00 from Amazon. Razer Turret price details are updated October 2018.

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Price List by Country for Razer Turret

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 1,254.00 HK$ 1,254.00
Indonesia IDR 2.415.000 HK$ 1,244.00
Malaysia MYR 614.00 HK$ 1,158.00
Philippines PHP 8,645.00 HK$ 1,254.00
Singapore SGD 220.30 HK$ 1,254.00
Thailand THB 6,390 HK$ 1,533.00

Razer Turret Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelTurret
DateFeb 2017
Keyboard
Device interfaceRF Wireless
Recommended usageHome
Connectivity technologyWireless
PurposePC/server
Keyboard form factorStandard
Keyboard styleStraight
Pointing deviceNo
USB hubNo
Fingerprint readerNo
Wrist restNo
Numeric keypadNo
Windows keysYes
Design
Colour of productBlack
Surface colorationMonotone
Mouse
Mouse includedYes
Movement resolution3500 DPI
Buttons quantity3
ScrollYes
Scroll typeWheel
Buttons typePressed buttons

Reviews of Razer Turret

makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2017-09-26
Having a gaming PC hooked up to a TV is not uncommon anymore. And with devices like the Steam Link and NVIDIA Shield, PC gaming in the living room happens all the time.A lot of games work with a controller, but not all. Games in the MOBA, MMO, strategy...
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videogamesuncovered.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Razer is always able to make devices that others already sell and effectively streamline them with the Turret being not different. Razer has taken the slender and minimalistic approach taking away everything you would find on a traditional gaming keyboard...
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hardwareunboxed.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-14
Today I've got my hands on a cool little product from Razer. It's called the Turret, and it's aptly named because if it works well we should finally never have to move again. The Turret is a small all-in-one mouse, keyboard and mousepad, designed so you c...
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Gamingnexus.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-15
Having gone to playing on a Steam PC in my living room over a console, I've used a few wireless setups to control the computer and play games. I mostly use a controller, but there are some Steam games that needs or plays better with a mouse and keyboard s...
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madshrimps.be
Reviewed on 2016-08-11
At first we would like to thank Razer for offering us samples of their Turret Living Room Gaming Mouse and Lapboard for testing and reviewing."Razer is more than just the world's leading brand in gaming.We were founded in 1998 in San Diego, California by...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-06
I'd been waiting a long time for this keyboard to be released. This, the Razer Turret, a keyboard, mouse, and mousepad made for the living room. I first saw it back at CES 2015. Back then, it went hand-in-hand with the Razer Forge TV, a device that was re...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Clever folding design with mouse area, Handy charging cradle, Works with both 2,4GHz USB receiver and Bluetooth
Extremely shallow keys, Awkward media controls, Small mouse is uncomfortable for large hands
If you sit at a desk with a monitor, you probably use a mouse and keyboard. If you sit back on the couch with a television, you probably use a gamepad. Mouse-and-keyboard setups offer undeniable input superiority for first-person shooters, and simply work...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Compact and wireless. Ready for your living room out of the box. Good enough devices. Magnetic mouse pad. Thin profile works well ergonomically in a number of ways.
Keyboard is not backlit. Chiclet keys not ideal for gaming. Mouse is too small for average hands and it can't be replaced.
While we enjoyed testing Corsair's Lapdog a couple of weeks ago and I'm sure it will serve many well, it's hardly the most practical solution to living room PC gaming, not least because the setup is wired, requires you to dedicate a mechanical keyboard an...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-26
The Razer Turret's mouse magnetization is a nice touch, and the lap-board is great for web surfing and light gaming sessions
Not apt for intense, competitive gaming sessions, considerably more expensive than similar (though less stylish) options
Not designed to be a pure gaming keyboard, the Razer Turret is a lap-board best used on the couch with your PC or streaming device hooked up to a big screen. At $170, AU$280 or £150, it's globally available on Razer's online store.The Turret consists of a...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-11
Great wireless option, Strong overall gaming performanc, Makes living room setups viable
Uncomfortable over long periods of tim, Tin, righty-only mousepa, Keyboard not ideal for typing
Between sleek PCs, Steam Links and high-resolution TVs, it's easier than ever to bring your gaming rig into the living room. The only trouble is, once it's there, how can you control it? Wireless controllers and mice will take you part of the way, but goo...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-06
The Razer Turret bridges the gap between your PC and your couch nicely. Its just a keyboard and a mouse—peripherals that arent a big deal, but theres a lot of thoughtfulness in the design that kicks it up into the realm of “must haves” for a very parti...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-09-14
The Razer Turret is the first mouse and keyboard I don't mind leaving around my living room. Is it 100-percent functional? No. Is it 100-percent practical? Also no. But its compressed size and inconspicuous design make it easy to hide in your entertainmen...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-05-27
The Razer Turret's mouse magnetization is a nice touch, and the lap-board is great for web surfing and light gaming sessions
Not apt for intense, competitive gaming sessions, considerably more expensive than similar (though less stylish) options
Not designed to be a pure gaming keyboard, the Razer Turret is a lap-board best used on the couch with your PC or streaming device hooked up to a big screen. At $170, AU$280 or £150, it's globally available on Razer's online store.The Turret consists of a...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-05-10
While a lot of televisions rattle off specs to make them appealing for PC gaming, and a lot of PC manufacturers shrink down their systems so they will fit in your media center, there's still been one major issue with the concept of PC gaming from your cou...
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