The Razer Kishi V2 Adaptive Controller for iPhone is available now

PARIS, Sept. 2 (Benin News / EP) –

Razer announced the launch of its Razer Kishi V2 Adaptive Controller for iPhone devices, a model unveiled in July this year that improves the specifications of its predecessor, the Razer Kishi.

Gaming peripherals specialist Razer released the physical Kishi controller in September 2020, which at the time featured two analog control sticks, along with a variety of multi-function buttons and an eight-way D-pad.

The ergonomically designed device was MFi (Made For iPhone) certified and compatible with Apple Arcade. Also, it could be used with the iPhone 6 Plus and newer models.

In July this year, the brand unveiled the successor to this physical controller, Kishi V2, a product with which it promised to offer better quality of use and a smooth experience.

The Kishi V2 for iPhone includes microcontacts tactiles inspired by the Razer Wolverine V3 console controller. It also features programmable multi-function buttons and the "Share" button.which allows you to capture still images or video clips.

It also features a simplified and improved bridge design, which provides a more stable feel and a more comfortable grip. Furthermore, it is compatible with iPhone 13, iPhone 12 series and older generations: from the iPhone 11 series, iPhone X, XS, XS Max, XR, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus to iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, 1st and 2nd generation iPhones SE, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

This controller is now available for 119,99 euros and is available for purchase on the Razer website and in Razer stores in select markets.