Xbox One Officially Licensed Keyboard & Mouse is Launching Soon

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The Xbox One is getting a new keyboard and mouse! What’s more, the Hori Tactical Assault Commander Pro One is officially licensed by Microsoft, and so should work well. 

Here’s the more premium $149.99 peripheral’s key features:

  • Officially Licensed by Microsoft
  • Key and sensitivity settings can be saved to user profiles and adjusted with mobile app
  • Special features such as Snipe button, quick button, ADS lock, and more
  • Ergonomic and comfortable with adjustable palm rest
  • LED-backlit mechanical keypad and gaming-grade mouse


Officially Licensed by Microsoft. The tac Pro one’s mechanical keypad and mouse bring PC style controls to Xbox One. Designed specifically for FPS games, features include keypad or analog stick movement, and programmable user profiles. The tac Pro provides an entirely new control method to the Xbox One to revolutionize your play style. Universal compatibility: plug and play on the Xbox One and Windows PC. Designed specifically for FPS games. Compatible with the included tac gaming mouse or any HID-compliant USB mouse. Fully programmable: adjust and store your settings for mouse sensitivity, acceleration and dead zones. All sensitivity and key settings are programmable through the tac mobile App. 3200 DPI Optical mouse: gaming Grade mouse with ultra-responsive micro-switches for deadly accuracy. Buttons are intuitively mapped by Default and can be programmed as needed. Advanced features: quick button increases mouse sensitivity for faster reaction time, Snipe button reduces sensitivity for precision aiming, walk button for precision movement, WSAD or analog stick movement Options, and more.

If it works, it could make for quite the advantage in multiplayer shooters!

What do you think of the HORI Tactical Assault Commander Pro One?

In other Xbox news, the fall update is now live across all systems, new Xbox One S bundles have been revealed, and Microsoft accidentally advertised PlayStation Move instead of Xbox Kinect.

Source: NeoGAF