First unveiled at CES 2020, Razer has finally debuted the Razer Kishi Universal mobile gaming controller globally. To make it truly universal, the Razer Kishi will come in two different versions – Android and iOS, with USB Type-C and Lightning port respectively.
Being a mobile game controller, the Razer Kishi features two clickable analogue thumbsticks, together with the trigger and bumper buttons. It also has this clamp-style collapsible body that lets the user easily put it away, making it super portable. To let you game while you charge your smartphone, the Razer Kishi also has pass-through charging.
That said, the Razer Kishi doesn’t have audio pass-through. So, if you want to listen to your game audio, you’ll need to depend on wireless earbuds or headphones.
Pricing and Availability
The Android version of the Razer Kishi will be available in Malaysia from the 27th June 2020 onwards, for the price of RM389. However, if you visit the Razer Store APAC, the site is currently listing it for RM369. On top of that, there’s an additional shipping fee of approximately RM80.
As for the iOS version of the Razer Kishi, a release date hasn’t been shared yet, but the Razer Store APAC has already listed it for RM469.