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14 июня 2021 г. 11:37

Razer Kishi Review: A Smooth Android Controller

Gamers with advanced phones enjoy. Razer is following up its Junglecat controller with a more competent Joy-Con-analogy model: The Razer Kishi. Initially, it was announced at CES 2020. The Kishi’s pads utilize strain to attach to the smartphone and connect through USB-C. It removes the lag and latency of a Bluetooth signal, and the controller doesn’t need charging.

The Kishi’s great design enables a stronger grip. It has the acquaintance of the Nintendo Joy-Con Pro and Xbox controller designs. It’s not perfect pursuance. The controls are distinctly placed from each other. This may not be everyone’s taste, but it’s one of the useful controllers for mobile gaming that I’ve tried.

It is available now for Android, just at $80 (AU$150). The company estimates to roll out an M-Fi-certified version for iOS in August.

Razer Kishi: Price and Availability

The Kishi was launched in the summer of 2020 and released in three distinct versions, iOS, Android (Xbox), Android. All of them were in black. The Android versions connect to your smartphones via USB-C, and the iOS version uses an Apple Lightning connector. You can opt for the standard Android version for $79.99, while the other two will cost $99.99. You can get them at a discount at places like Best Buy or Amazon for $10 to $20 less than usual.

Design and Features

When you watch it first, it appears similar to a pair of Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons connected to a Joy-Con grip. But as aforementioned, the controller places apart once you drag at the two tabs on the backside of the peripheral. The two parts are attached via an elastic band, which mounts wires to send all the input instructions. It sends instructions from the left-hand D-pad and analog stick to the right-side part of the controller. The right-side features the second analog stick, face keys, and the USB-C connector.

On the corner of both portions of the controller, you’ll get a couple of rubberized pockets. These pockets will maintain a grip on your smartphone while strain from the elastic band protects it from slipping out. It also has a plastic panel in the mid of the elastic band with four nubs. These nubs bind the controller together when collapsed.

Another clear engineering feature is it comprises a couple of slits to groove the sound from your smartphone's bottom speakers. I wanted something similar for the left portion because most front speakers get masked by the rubber pocket. It also has a USB-C charging slot, but the controller doesn't support a headphone jack. So, you'll need to snuggle up using a pair of Bluetooth earbuds or Wireless headphones.

Razer Kishi: Competition

I strongly suggest trying out the Gamesir X2 Bluetooth controller to someone willing to spend a bit less. Due to its spring-loaded layout and wireless connection, it fits almost every phone. The Bluetooth functioned great whenever I used it. And it would automatically pair to my smartphone after its first pairing.

Another option is the Razer Raiju Mobile gaming controller. It is just a normal controller with a built-in phone holder. It's costly, but it's the best alternative if you don't enjoy the Nintendo Switch-type layouts of the Kishi or X2. Anyone agreeing to hold an Xbox controller will be agreeing with the Raiju mobile.

Razer Kishi - Software Used

The Kishi has an associate app, and it's slightly more than just an app launcher. Its most useful feature is it can help you find the latest games developed to function with the controller. Otherwise, when updates came for this device, you'll be capable of installing them via the application.

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Looking for a nice gaming controller? The Razer Kishi has introduced a controller that splits up into two parts. Also, it allows a more solid grip on your phone.

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