Several Razer peripherals are on sale on Amazon, including the Kishi gaming controller for iOS and Android. The Android version is $50 off at $40. It’s best to make sure the “for Android” option is selected — the Xbox-branded variant is also on sale, but it’s $55. The iOS model has been discounted as well, but the savings are much more modest. The price has dropped from $100 to $80.
The Razer Kishi is a great option for playing games on the go without having to resort to touch controls or a Bluetooth controller. It works with many games that run natively on your device as well as cloud gaming services like Google Stadia, NVIDIA GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming. The controller plugs into your phone’s USB-C or Lightning port and holds it in place. There’s passthrough charging support, so you can keep your device’s battery topped up while you play.
Elsewhere, Razer’s BlackWidow V3 mechanical keyboard is on sale. At $60, it’s $40 off the regular price. The peripheral has Razer’s clicky green switches and fully programmable keys, but since it’s a tenkeyless model, it doesn’t have a number pad at the side.
You can also save on the Razer Viper Ultimate, which is currently $70, almost half off the usual price of $130. The ambidextrous wireless mouse has a battery life of up to 70 hours, low-latency HyperSpeed tech, a 20,000+ DPI optical sensor, Razer’s optical switches and eight programmable buttons. We picked it as our favorite gaming mouse for everyday use.
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