Last year, Razer surprised everyone with the Razer Kishi. A device designed to make it easier for us to play from our smartphone. This way we have an experience similar to a Nintendo Switch or any other portable console. Of course, Razer has greatly improved the device so that it performs much better than its first version.
Razer Kishi V2, a great peripheral optimization for Xbox Cloud gaming
Razer has announced the new Kishi V2 handheld controller, priced at €99, which allows us to attach our Android phone to offer an experience closer to that of a handheld console. New to the previous version, the Kishi V2 shares some common hardware features with Razer’s Wolverine V2 console. Specifically, the buttons now use micro switches rather than membranes, so we’ll have a better feel when using them. In addition, there are two macro buttons near the triggers, one on each side, which can be programmed using a mobile app.
The Razer Kishi V2 now uses an extendable rear deck, eliminating the old somewhat less intuitive folding mechanism. This allows you to easily insert or remove the phone from the console. More phones are guaranteed to be compatible. So to have an idea of compatibility, you can adjust to the big problem of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, as well as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series of phones. And if your phone has a case, removing one of the pre-installed rubber gaskets can help fit it.
The Kishi V2 supports USB-C charging, but lacks a headphone jack. Playing games with wireless headphones is an issue due to latency. It will be interesting to restore this connection via this device in the next versions to get a better answer.
Today, the Android version has been released, for the iPhone version, you will have to wait. It has to be said that Android is a much more convenient OS to implement within the OS while iOS seems to be slowing down these solutions. If you love to play from your smartphone, you will love the new Kishi V2.
Xbox Cloud Gaming arrives in Argentina
We also take this opportunity to remind our readers in Argentina that you already have Cloud Gaming available in your country. Microsoft has already activated all the infrastructure so that we can play from anywhere with their solution.
Razer Kishi for Android Smartphone Game Console (USB-C Connectivity, Ergonomic Design, Single Mobile Fit, Analog Switch, Ultra Low Latency), Black
Clickable analog sticks for better accuracy and tactile response: Improve execution with a controller-like joystick featuring forward buttons, triggers, and a D-pad for even more control. Fits Most Android Devices for Seamless Compatibility: The flexible design allows the controller to expand and connect to many phones and tablets. She won’t let you go! Latency-Free Gaming for Smooth Control: Unlike wireless Bluetooth controllers that suffer from lag, this controller has zero latency because it plugs directly into your device’s charging port – your buttons instantly respond to Type-C charging your device while Usage: If your phone or tablet battery is low while playing with the console still connected, connect the charging cable to the console to charge the device. Ergonomic Design for Comfortable Grip: Designed for long gaming sessions, the console is comfortable to hold. The perfect placement of its buttons makes every click natural and intuitive.
SN30 Pro Xbox Cloud Game Console With Android Clip
Play Xbox games on your mobile phone or tablet from the cloud with the Sn30 Pro for Android Supports Ultimate Software Includes a professional-grade portable game clip with adjustable position and extendable clip for large smartphones Min: 49mm, Maximum 86mm Bluetooth connection 18 hour rechargeable battery
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