Remember the Razer Junglecat?
That gaming peripheral evolved into something new – check out the Razer Kishi unveiled at CES 2020.
What’s the difference between Junglecat and Kishi, other than the launches being one year apart?
Well, first off, the Razer Junglecat was for the Razer Phone 2.
The Razer Kishi is a cloud-compatible controller that works with both Apple and Android smartphones and any game on those platforms that has compatibility with mobile controllers.
This is due to Razer’s partnership with Gamevice, who created the back belt on the controller which stretches to accommodate various phone sizes.
With a concealed USB-C or Apple Lightning connector for your phone, there won’t be need to worry about the latency.
Even more, there’s a pass-through charging port to ensure you don’t run out of battery mid-game.