Amazon is currently offering the extremely popular and rather excellent Razer Kishi Mobile Controller for just $54.99. It’s an impressive price considering the controller’s excellent reviews and capabilities.
It’s the perfect companion for gamers who want to turn their iPhone into a Nintendo Switch
You don’t need to enter a discount code or clip an on-screen coupon to get this price, but you’ll want to make sure you’re quick. Amazon isn’t saying how long this deal will last, which means you’ll need to order now to avoid missing out.
Amazon will usually sell the Kishi for around $100 which means this price is saving you 45% and $45 without jumping through hoops.
Buy: Razer Kishi Mobile Controller for iPhone: $54.99 | Original price is $100
At the time of writing the Kishi controller has over 14,100 reviews on Amazon and a solid combined rating of 4.3 stars out of a possible five. It’s a great score and it’s easy to see why it’s so popular. Perfect for playing cloud games downloaded through the App Store, this controller is similar to the Xbox controller in terms of layout and buttons. This makes it perfect for playing xCloud games.
Long gaming sessions are covered with a Lightning port passthrough so you can charge while you play!
Again, we don’t know when this deal will end so be sure to place those orders soon!
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