Razer Kishi V2 Pro Controllers revolutionize the mobile and cloud gaming experience, bringing Razer quality to Android and iOS smartphones
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(Updated 9/13/2023 at 1:26 AM)
a Scanner This week it launched the new Razer Kishi V2 and V2 Pro mobile controllers, raising the bar on the mobile gaming experience. The linkable gamepad was originally sold alongside Razer Edge smartphones, and is compatible with other devices Android and iOS, which turns smartphones into Portable consoles.
Razer’s idea is to provide the same quality of controls and responsiveness as controllers to gamers who use their smartphones as their main gaming platform. The Razer Kishi V2 uses HyperSense Haptics technology and Universal Fit to adapt to smartphones of different sizes, ensuring a precise fit, without pinching connectors, becoming loose or relying on improvised supports.
Mobile gaming is on the rise
Most of the major gaming studios have already realized the potential of smartphones in the gaming market. For this reason, the number of original titles from major franchises such as Diablo, Doctrine killer, to divideamong other things, are still being announced.
However, although the touch control is effective, it is not ideal for the best experience. In addition to creating a more crowded interface, the use of a screen makes it difficult to view images from games that increasingly rely on wide fields of view.
With services like Xbox cloud gamesYou can also access virtually the entire library of Xbox-specific games and select titles from partner developers. Therefore, using the Razer Kishi V2 Pro, also available in the Xbox Edition version, is the most comfortable and responsive way to enjoy all these games, without relying on modified touch commands.
All models use Razer’s precision tactile switches, both on the directional pad and on the action buttons, including the shoulder buttons. The low-profile analog sticks also ensure control precision and responsiveness, without compromising control portability.
In terms of connectivity, the Razer Kishi V2 offers a USB Type-C port for charging and a 3.5mm audio output with 3 channels for headphone.
At the moment, Razer doesn’t have a release date for the Pro or Xbox Edition in Brazil, but the Razer Kishi V2 for iPhone and Android is available now at Official distributors at a suggested price of R$ 739.90.
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