Razer Kishi Ultra controller can turn almost any portable into a handheld gaming console

Now you will think twice about buying that handheld gaming console

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Razer Kishi Ultra mobile controller brings console gaming to mobile devices

Razer, a company known for its gaming hardware and accessories, has recently unveiled a new mobile game controller that’s causing quite a stir in the gaming community. The Razer Kishi Ultra is designed to bridge the gap between mobile gaming and the more traditional PC or console gaming experience.

Unlike its predecessors, which were criticized for their lack of ergonomic design, the Kishi Ultra boasts a look and feel that mirrors the comfort and layout of standard PC and console controllers. This innovative design not only caters to hardcore gamers who are venturing into mobile gaming but also enhances the gaming experience on devices like the iPad Mini, transforming them into formidable gaming handhelds.

Razer Kishi Ultra works with almost any mobile device

Razer Kishi Ultra

The best part about Razers’s Kishi Ultra is its compatibility with a wide range of devices, including Android phones, iPhones, and even smaller Android tablets up to eight inches. It can also double as a PC game controller when connected via a USB C cable. Razer’s focus on ergonomics and gameplay is obvious in the Kishi Ultra’s full-sized handle and button layout, which may rival Razer’s pro console controllers.

One of the standout features of the Kishi Ultra is its Mecha-tactile responsiveness in the D-Pad and ABXY buttons, along with full-sized trigger buttons and thumbsticks. It even includes programmable L4/R4 buttons for customized control setups. For Android and Windows 11 PC users, the controller offers Razer Sensa HD Haptics, providing a multi-sensory gaming immersion that surpasses traditional console controller vibrations.

Chroma lighting on Razer Kishi Ultra

The Kishi Ultra also comes equipped with Razer Chroma RGB lighting and supports the Razer Nexus app, which grants access to thousands of games compatible with the new controller. Priced at $149.99, the Kishi Ultra is now available right from Razer’s website. Additionally, Razer has released a new version of the Razer Kishi V2 mobile game controller with a USB C port, available for $99.99.

Razer Kishi V2

The Razer Kishi Ultra might be a game-changer for mobile gaming because now you will think twice before thinking of buying that handheld mobile game console. With just $150 you can turn your already powerful smarphone or tablet into a mobile gaming rig.

We remind you that Raser also launched the BlackShark V2 Pro headphones for Xbox and PlayStation to enhance your gaming experience.

What do you think about the new Razer Kishi Ultra mobile controller? Share your thoughts in a comment below.

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