Citing foreign media reports, Razer introduced some new products in detail at the 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), including the Kishi universal mobile game controller designed for its iPhone, Android and other products. Razer's latest products offer compatibility via USB-C and Lightning-enabled controllers designed to improve your mobile gaming experience with dedicated fingertips, buttons, and more.
We've seen many MFi-certified iPhone game controllers before, but this is the first Switch-like design from Razer. You'll find foldable builds here, and when folded, you can take them with you wherever you go.
Razer built the Junglecat controller for the Razer Phone 2 with dedicated controls, buttons and D-pad. It is also cloud-compatible, allowing you to save your preferences game by game.
With Android and iPhone compatibility, this controller includes USB-C or Lightning connection options. The pass-through port allows users to easily power on a variety of devices during use.
Razer has not yet specified the final price of its new Kishi mobile controller. However, it will be available in "early 2020".