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Grab the Razer Kishi Android gaming controller for just $45 today

Grab the Razer Kishi Android gaming controller for just $45 today

If you want to take your smartphone gaming experience to the next level, your best bet is to pick up a gaming smartphone like the ASUS ROG Phone 5S. Or you can just buy Razer’s Kishi gaming controller. If you have been eyeing to get hold of this amazing mobile controller, you’ll be glad to know that it’s currently on sale.

     Razer Kishi gaming controller
    The Razer Kishi is one of the best smartphone gaming controllers out here. It's sturdy, lightweight and offers great tactile feedback.

The Razer Kishi Android controller usually retails for $80, but thanks to this early Black Friday deal, you can get it for just $45, a whopping 44% discount from its normal price. Meanwhile, the Kishi controller for iPhone is seeing a 40% drop in its price and can be had for just $60. The controller + earphones and controller + Universal Grip Tape bundles are on sale too.

The Razer Kishi is a telescopic gaming controller that works with most, if not all, modern smartphones. It connects through your phone’s USB Type-C port, thus ensuring a latency-free experience, unlike Bluetooth controllers. It has two clickable analog thumbsticks, an 8-way D-pad, two triggers (L2/R2), two bumpers (L1R1), and three function buttons. As we noted in our review, the controller is quite lightweight and solidly built, and the buttons provide nice tactile feedback. It also has the passthrough USB-Type C port, allowing you to charge your phone while gaming.

The Razer Kishi is compatible with all major cloud gaming services, including Xbox Cloud Gaming, Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce Now, Steak Link, and Amazon Luna. While the controller works with many popular smartphones on the market, it may not fit some larger phones, so make sure to check the required dimensions before hitting that “Buy Now” button.

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