The Razer Kishi – Mobile Gaming Revolutionized


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The Razer Kishi, made on June 9, 2020, is a Universal Gaming Controller for smartphones. It is an Xbox/Nintendo Switch style controller. What I mean by this is that it is similar to Nintendo Switch Joycons because both sides of the controller spread apart to fit the phone in the middle of them. Also, it is Xbox style because it features, the X, A, B, and Y buttons in the top right, the four button plus in the bottom left, and a two joysticks, one in the bottom right and one in the top left. Some pros of the Razer Kishi are that it has premium quality buttons and joysticks, an ergonomic grip, and it simply outmatches any of its competitors in quality. Another pro is it’s pass-through charging. What it does is allow you to plug in the right piece of the controller in order to charge your phone. Some cons of the Razer Kishi are that its L1, R1, L2, and R2 triggers are low quality, it is expensive at a price of $69.99 – $99.99, and it can not fit some cases and larger phones. Overall, it is a great product for mobile gaming and if you can afford to buy it and are interested on playing AAA titles on the go, the Razer Kishi is worth a try.


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