Comes in various sets that can include earphones and grip tape. Works with iPhones and Androids. Compatible with cloud gaming services such as Xbox Game Pass, Amazon Luna, Steam Link, etc. Reduces lag by connecting directly to the device's charging port. Has a USB Type-C charging port, allowing you to charge while you play.
You must use the Razer Kishi app to see which games are compatible.
Possesses a cooling fan to keep the phone from overheating. Has a mobile power supply that can easily be recharged while you play. Suitable for phones from 4-6.5 inches long. Works with many FPS games. Triggers can be flipped up to allow easy set-up.
Some users have complaints about faulty, loose triggers.
Possesses a cooling fan, an adjustable phone stand, charging cable, storage pouch, and replacement touchpads. Fits phones that are 4-6.5 inches long. Compatible with many first-person shooting games, including top games like PUBG and Fortnite. Can be converted into a phone-stand for various forms of entertainment.
The fan runs loudly. Controller is a bit bulky.
Controller handles are designed to fit the shape of your hand. Compatible with many first-person shooting games. Fits phones from 4.7-6.5 inches long. Alloy triggers and the ability to fire while moving allow for great game action with high precision.
Aim and fire tends to lag. Made of flimsy material and feels cheap.
Supports both iPhone and Android devices. Sensitive L1 and R1 triggers make it easy to shoot and aim. No power supply or driver needed. Easy set-up, no Bluetooth required. Hooks directly to the top of the mobile phone.
Does not have controller-like handles. No cooling fan included.
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