Razer Kishi V2

Connecting an Xbox or PlayStation controller to a smartphone is the simplest and most cost-effective solution for gamers who already own a next-generation console at home, but it’s far from ideal.

In order to enjoy the game at its best. While we’ve tried them all, clamp-on smartphone gamepads, which imitate devices like the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck by placing controllers on either side of a wide screen, remain our favourites among them all.

Although Razer’s first-generation Kishi smartphone gamepad was released in 2020, it is far from flawless. Razer has corrected many of the issues people experienced with the original Kishi V2 and made a few other.

While there are a few things we’d tweak, the updated Kishi V2 is an even better smartphone gamepad for those who frequently use streaming services like Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass

One of the most noticeable differences between the Kishi V1 and V2 is a cleaner overall design with straighter edges

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