First shown to the world at CES earlier this year, Razer has announced that the Kishi Universal Mobile Gaming Controller is now being shipped throughout the world. To cater for the two different mobile ecosystems, the company has produced different versions of Kishi for Android and iOS although the difference between them is just the USB-C and Lightning port.
Being a game controller, users can expect to see familiar button configuration on Kishi including two clickable analogue thumbsticks alongside trigger and bumper buttons. In addition to having the clamp-style collapsible body that allows for easy storage and transportation, Kishi is also equipped with pass-through charging capability that allows user to charge their device while gaming.
However, it does not come with similar pass-through capability for audio port though. This means you can’t use wired audio products with Kishi and has to depend on wireless audio buds or headphones.
According to the media note from Razer, the Android version of the controller will be made available in Malaysia starting from 27 June onwards for RM 389. That being said, we have noticed that Rishi is already available for purchase through Razer Store APAC at a slightly lower price of RM 369 but then again, there is an additional shipping fee of around RM 80.
While the exact release date of the iOS model is not yet known at the moment, the Razer Store APAC has already listed it for RM 469. To learn more about Razer Kishi, head on to Razer’s official website.