The follow up of Razer’s handheld grip for iPhone’s has finally been revealed with the Kishi V2, sporting new specs and performance driven features for iOS gamers.
Bringing the universal back to gaming controller, the Kishi V2 allows gamers to take their prowess with them everywhere they go, with a console-minded experience on iPhone. While the original Kishi won an Engadget’s best of CES 2020 award, the Kishi V2 seeks to build on everything gamers enjoy about mobile gaming with grip, without sacrificing comfort for owners of older iPhones.
Razer Kishi V2 Key Features
- Console-Quality Controls – Mobile grip gaming with all of the fixings, d-pad, analog triggers, standard X,Y,A,B inputs, and programmable multi-function buttons allow Razer to fit any gamer like any modern iPhone.
- Universal Fit with Extendable Bridge – A one-size-fits-all approach to handheld gaming, the Kishi V2 will fit most modern iPhones comfortably without ‘wiggle-room.’
- Stream PC and Console Games – Go beyond mobile gaming with console grade experiences on iPhone including remote console play, and Xbox Game Pass, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Google Stadia functionality.
- Optimized for Maximum Performance – Ultra-low latency gameplay and passthrough charging provide high quality for mobile sessions.
- Ergonomic Design – Hand cramps are a thing of the past, comfortable grips are essential for gaming sessions and Razer has your six with sturdy ergonomic design.
- Powered by the Free Razer Nexus app – To find new games available for the console (iPhone) of choice that is compatible with the Razer Kishi V2
Razer has also provided consumers with a comparison guide for what the Kishi improves on with its second entry, such as the V2 switching to the signature Razer microswitch buttons instead of membrane, the inclusion of multifunctional buttons, the removal of rubber backings to allow some iPhone cases to fit the device and full Razer Nexus support instead of partial support offered by the original Kishi.
The Razer Kishi V2 launches this Fall 2022 at a TBD date, and fans can swing over to the Razer website for more information.