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 383 reviewers who responded, 332 would recommend this product.
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- almost perfect- September 25, 2020
Fits & feels great on Samsung Galaxy S8, works really well for Steam Link, Geforce Now & Xbox Game Pass Cloud! Build quality is solid and the joystick and buttons and triggers feels just like my xbox 360 controller (minus the d-pad), and better than the switch lite's controls. Passthrough charging works as intended with a blue LED indicator that it's happening. It doesn't have connectivity via bluetooth or a headphone port (which would be my dream peripheral), but this is probably the most premium in its class. The updated Xbox version just relabels the buttons so not really missing out on anything for the $20 price tag reduction.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Note 20 Ultra- September 9, 2020
Great device. It just fits my Note 20 Ultra which means it's more firm, making it feel really nice to play. Works exactly as advertised and buttons feel great. I'm not a picky gamer so as long as it feels good and plays good, I don't care how 'clicky' or 'mushy' some people might want/not want a controller to be.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Excellent for AAA Mobile Cloud Gaming- February 20, 2021
I am blown away with how easy this is to play AAA games on my phone through geforce now. No lugging around a bulky gaming laptop, no recharging batteries, just plug and play. Buttons and triggers feel great to use, and the joysticks can handle slow precise movements when aiming in a shooter. I would be very interested to see where Razer and Gamevice take this product with ergonomics, which can be awkward at times. I can never figure out the best place to put my fingers on the underside of the gamepad. Overall great device for someone like me entering the mobile cloud gaming space and who wants to play real games I own.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.