Razer Kishi Ultra Is a “God-Tier” Gaming Controller with Razer Sensa HD Haptics for iPhone 15 Series, Android, and iPad Mini

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Razer is unveiling the Razer Kishi Ultra today, a new USB C gaming controller for Android, iPhone 15 series, and iPad Mini devices that’s said to be “god-tier” and groundbreaking, featuring high-quality ergonomics, haptics, Razer Chroma RGB, and a size and feel that would put it in line with console controllers. The Razer Kishi V2 USB C, an update to the original Razer Kishi V2 that delivers wired play for PC and iPad, has also been introduced.


  • Razer Kishi Ultra
    • $149.99USD / €169.99 MSRP
    • Available now at Razer.com, RazerStores & Authorized Resellers
  • Razer Kishi V2 USB C
    • $99.99USD / €119.99 MSRP
    • Available now at Razer.com, RazerStores & Authorized Resellers

Razer Kishi Ultra features:

  • Exclusive Mecha-tactile 8-way d-pad and ABXY buttons for supreme responsiveness and comfort.
  • Console-sized Hall Effect triggers for analog precision.
  • Full-sized pro-grade thumb sticks with anti-friction rings and a medical-grade TPSiV surface for enduring quality.
  • Programmable L4/R4 multifunction buttons for customized control setups, offering a gaming experience previously thought exclusive to PCs and consoles.
  • PC and iPad Mini Compatibility: The Kishi Ultra expands its versatility beyond mobile devices, offering a direct low-latency USB-C connection to PCs or iPads, supporting haptic vibrations on PC and providing a 3.5mm audio experience. This ensures that the Kishi Ultra is not just a mobile gaming controller but a comprehensive gaming platform compatible with a wide range of devices.
  • Case Compatibility: An innovative USB C “island” design provides extra depth to ensure compatibility with most popular phone cases, including Apple’s first-party cases for the largest iPhone models, eliminating the hassle of removing the case to play.

A promo video:

Razer on one of the Kishi Ultra’s more unique features:

The Kishi Ultra is the first commercially available device to feature the new Razer Sensa HD Haptics which, along with Razer Chroma RGB, offers multi-sensory gaming immersion that is stronger, more detailed, and more nuanced than traditional console controller vibrations. This is due to the patent-pending wideband high-definition haptics, made possible by a haptic coil in each handle, providing a multidirectional and immersive haptic experience that surpasses traditional console controllers.


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Tsing Mui
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