Razer Kishi Adds the Game Controller You Want for Your Phone
It’s always fun to see what Razer comes out with. Especially since gamers look for high-end experiences. With phones getting just as powerful as consoles, the only thing that is missing is a good controller…
Razer Kishi Attachable Controller
Whether iOS or Android, the Kishi will help you improve your gameplay. This add-on connects right to the lightning or USB-C connector on your phone, so you have a joystick and button option for gameplay.
The controller wraps around your phone, just like a Nintendo Switch. The two sides are tethered together with the “belt”, but this is what helps in the ultra low latency gameplay.
And the Kishi will be able to hold different sized phones. Padding on the sides will make sure your device won’t jostle around or scratch the surface.
The controller consists of 2 clickable thumbsticks, D-pad, bumper buttons, 4-button A-B-X-Y – just like a standard X-Box or Playstation, as well as a home button.
When not in use, the belt folds up the controller to a closed state. This is perfect for portability, and assures you don’t have the two sides dangling like a pair of nunchuks.
Razer Kishi is slated for release before June, with the Android version coming first. Razer will price it around $100, so it’s and affordable add-on to your phone.
For more information, check out Razer’s home page.
Razer Sila 5G Home Router Concept
When 5G is launched, you’ll be able to put your SIM card in the Sila to utilize cloud gaming. This mesh router will be the home base for all gaming – phone, Steam, or console.
Not too many details on this, but keep an eye out in the coming months.
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