Razer unveils the Razer Kishi V2 and Razer Edge

Razer reveals the new version of their mobile controllers, as well as a new gaming handheld.

Here’s a rundown on the new devices:

“At Razer, we believe in pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in mobile gaming,” said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s Hardware Business Unit. “With the Kishi V2 line and the extended availability of the Razer Edge, we are empowering gamers to enjoy the full potential of what mobile gaming has to offer.”

Razer Kishi V2 Pro for Android – Mobile Gaming Is Now Hardcore

Born from an obsession for peak mobile gameplay, the Kishi V2 Pro was initially exclusively bundled with Razer Edge, but now will be sold separately, widely available for purists and enthusiasts.

For console-class gaming with features such as HyperSense Haptics, a universal fit with extendable bridge, and the ability to play both PC or console games with streaming, the Kishi V2 Pro maintains peak performance through ultra-low latency gameplay, with passthrough charging, and 3.5mm audio. Paired with the Razer Nexus 3.0 App, it’s not just gaming, it’s an experience.

Razer Kishi V2 Pro for Android – Mobile Gaming Is Now Hardcore

After dominating the U.S., the revolutionary Razer Edge makes its anticipated debut in select regions of Europe and Asia.

Powered by the Snapdragon® G3x Gen 1 Gaming Platform and boasting a vivid 6.8” AMOLED display with a smooth 144Hz refresh rate, this handheld gaming marvel immerses players into a world of AAA games anywhere and everywhere.

The Razer Edge is built to be the ultimate Android gaming handheld, while the Kishi V2 seeks to be a console-quality controller for Android.

You can view the Razer Edge, Razer Kishi V2, Razer Kishi V2 Pro, and Razer Kishi V2 Xbox Edition on Razer’s official site.

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