Razer Kishi Gaming Controller for Android
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- Designed for Android smartphones
- Clickable analog thumb sticks offer excellent aim and tactile response
- Face and bumper buttons alongside a D-pad let you give added input
- USB-C connectivity offers quick and secure data transfers
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Of the 739 reviewers who responded, 637 would recommend this product.
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- Great mouse for the price.- November 7, 2020
This is a great mouse for the price. I do like how accurate it is and how I can adjust the sensitivity with the click of one button on top. The bluetooth connection was not that great but the 2.4ghz connection with the dongle is incredible. I do wish it didn't feel as cheap as it does. I feels like it was make of cheap plastics. overall an amazing mouse. Would recommend!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Gaming- April 2, 2021
Great Razer Kishi I think overtone who love games should buy this for their phone and enjoy premium features for mobile gamingYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- How Gaming on the go should be.- December 2, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Absolutely convenient. I own a few other mobile gaming systems and they are all fun. While your phone won’t replace these dedicated devices, it will allow you to keep gaming on the go. Specifically, you will have better control and a familiar feel when using this device with your phone. This setup takes less space. You’re already carrying your phone on a daily basis, adding the Razer Kishi controller is not adding a lot of space considering people with portable systems usually have a bag to carry all the stuff you use. The device stretches. While it can accommodate phones of lesser widths, the opening for the phone stretches, by spring, from 5” - 6.25”. The buttons have good propositions and layout but the finger triggers are a little springy. The device has a charging port so you can stay connected while you play and keep the cord out of the way. The performance will let you get the most you can out of your phone. The familiar feel will allow you to have the benefit of muscle memory and a stable grip. The tactile experience is what you are accustomed to with an xbox controller. It comes with a trial gaming subscription that is so fun, you will be tethered to your phone. The quality/construction of the device is really good. Con: I wish that they had included a carrying sac.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Turn Your Phone into a Portable Game Console- September 30, 2020
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I can't say I am a huge fan of mobile gaming. I love touch screens for point and click applications, but I hate trying to use the touch screen as a controller for gaming. A physical controller just works better and is more precise. The folks at Razer seem to agree and the Razer Kishi is a great way to turn your expensive smart phone into a portable gaming console. The buttons work well. The a,b,x, and y buttons feel great. The d-pad is big and responsive. The thumb sticks work great and I noticed no drift. Triggers and bumpers feel a bit different than a traditional controller, but they still worked really well. I had no problems in FPS games like Halo.. Did I mention this control pad is great for Halo? With X-Box Game Pass Ultimate, you can now stream X-box games straight to your smart phone. The Razer Kishi does a great job replicating a traditional X-Box controller. The Kishi worked well with my Samsung Galaxy S10e and the Google Pixel 4. But, bigger phones may not fit. You also won't be able to use your phone's bumper or case. The controller comes with a USB-C port for pass-through charging. Razer has an app for the Kishi to help determine app compatibility. So far, I have tested the controller with Sonic the Hedgehog, Castlevania Symphony of the Night, and several X-Box Game Pass games. You may need to google your specific games to ensure compatibility. Cons: I wish there was a way to tighten up the smart phone fit. As it is, the phone doesn't always feel like a solid fit. The controller flexes a bit more than I would expect and the phone can slide up and down a bit. Still, I was impressed. I liked the controller. I actually enjoy mobile gaming now.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Experience for Android Gaming- June 10, 2022
Razer Kishi is an essential accessory for your mobile gaming, as the Android gaming environment improves more console quality games are coming available. This controller fits (albeit tight) the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, and is compatible with several games I play. Diablo Immortal, Streets of Rage 4, GRID: Autosport, Fortnite, Ducktales Remastered, and more. The only cons are it doesn't work for Apex Legends or Call of Duty: Mobile. Including those I have a list of 6 games that the Dualshock 4 controller works with the Razer Kishi doesn't. Good build quality, the sticks feel great, buttons are smooth, triggers a little mushy. D-pad is accurate enough for Street Fighter IV Championship Edition (Mobile version, controller supported in game not in menu after full game purchase) Steamlink, Game Pass, GeForce Now compatible, PS Remote Play is not compatible. Direct USB-c and pass-through charging.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.