I recommend this product as long as you are informed before you buy
APEX is a product I like in general. The announcement that I would be able to play with a mouse and key board on my Xbox excited me because I had been waiting a long time to access that functionality. Despite that, there are a few things to keep an eye on. The APEX keyboard and mouse will not work with the Amazon promo gaming keyboard and mouse that has lights. I am a glass half empty kind of guy, so let me give you my critique.
Don't buy that Amazon promo keyboard and mouse. There is no plug and play device, but I do not have to write a script for it either. You should also have a separate power source for the usb hub if it draws too much power. There are two sides to this. I have had to go to their website site and search for information in their forums more than once in order to make it work. It's a new device, so support is a bit slow. On their website you will find videos showing how to setup the product and a list of the supported games. Consider watching these videos before buying to make sure it is a product that meets your needs. You can setup it without a hitch once you install the bootloader, but it doesn't work until they run a firmware update. There is no way around the fact that if you want to use a headset, you have to be wired. APEX must be connected via wire to the controller and you must use the headset that comes with the controller. The amount of wires you have to connect once you have everything plugged in is great. It can be quite overwhelming at times, given that I still play on the TV in my living room.
Although, I am generally happy with the game. No latency that I can observe. Ample control input to set up, customize, and manipulate your configuration. And maybe most importantly, I no longer have to aim with my thumbs (whoever thought that was a good idea was deaf). FhGLO.