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Razer's Kishi Ultra mobile gaming controller is compatible with an iPad Mini and PC, and includes haptic

By Zelda Lee - on 22 Apr 2024, 5:48pm

Razer's Kishi Ultra mobile gaming controller is compatible with an iPad Mini and PC, and includes haptic

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Razer has launched the Kishi Ultra, its latest gaming controller that now supports a wider range of mobile devices. This includes iOS and Android devices such as the iPhone 15s as well as larger devices such as the iPad Mini. Additionally, the controller can be connected to a PC. A USB-C “island” design provides extra depth to allow compatibility with most popular phone cases, including Apple’s first-party cases for the large Pro Max phones – this removes the hassle of having to remove the case to play.

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Another key feature of the Kishi Ultra is Razer’s Sensa HD immersive haptics technology, which was first seen in Razer’s Project Esther gaming chair. What it does is that it converts audio from games, movies, or music into tactile feedback. Unfortunately, Sensa HD is currently only available for Android 12 or later and Windows 11, excluding iOS users at this stage. The controller also includes Chroma RGB lights below the joysticks.

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Razer also introduced an updated version of the Kishi V2 USB C, now with a USB-C port compatible with both the latest Apple and Android devices, as well as supporting wired connections to PCs and iPads.

Both the Kishi Ultra and the updated Kishi V2 USB C are now available for purchase, priced at S$239 (click here to buy) and S$169 (click here to buy) at the Razer Store.

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