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Play anywhere with the Razer Kishi mobile controller down to $45 today

Razer Kishi Hero
Razer Kishi Hero (Image credit: Russell Holly / Windows Central)

We called the Razer Kishi mobile game controller the best overall Xbox accessory of 2020, and it has only gotten better over time thanks to updates in 2021 and on. Right now you can get the Kishi on sale for just $44.99 at Amazon. That's a far cry from its regular price of $80 and just $5 above the lowest we have ever seen. You'll still find it going for $60 or more at other retailers like Walmart, and you can bet Amazon's price won't stay this low for long. Grab it while you can.

Razer Kishi mobile game controller | $35 off

Whether you want to play some Xbox games through the cloud or just want better control over your iPhone, the Razer Kishi is a fantastic new way to experience mobile gaming.

Our enthusiastic review that you can read here for the Razer Kishi gave it 4.5 stars out of 5. We said, "If you play games on your phone in landscape mode, and you don't own a Razer Kishi, you are making your hands sad. This is a revelation after so many other companies have tried something similar but not truly hit the mark."

The gamepad is compatible with a variety of platforms and can play games from Xbox Game Pass, xCloud, GeForce Now, and more. Turn your mobile phone into a mobile console and play games anywhere. You can play hundreds of games including Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnite, and more. Look into emulators and play some of your favorite retro games or connect to a speedy Wi-Fi and play multiplayer games with your friends.

The controller includes clickable analog thumbsticks for accuracy and tactile feedback along with performance buttons and a d-pad for precision input. The controller connects directly to your device's charging port so you get latency-free gameplay every time. The USB-C port also includes passthrough charging so you can keep your phone powered up while you play.

John Levite
John Levite

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.

7 Comments
  • Trash. Both of my thumbs ticks the rubber deteriorated to the piont of cracking and Razor refused to honor their warranty.
  • Is there a better one you'd recommend? Was considering picking one up for my pixel 6 pro
  • FYI I have the 6Pro and the left side is slightly off/tilted slightly down because of the camera bump. Also the phone barely fits without a case because it's a big phone and the camera bump. It works and is a great accessory still for me anyway
  • Ah good to know, I probably won't get it then!
  • Unfortunately I have only used the Razer. I would say for $40 or less it might be worth it, but definitely not full price. I got mine with reward points so I cant complain too much. The one for iPhone is supposed to be very good, but of course they don't make an android version.
  • Note for anyone wanting one with a Note 22....err....Galaxy S22 Ultra. You will need the razer phone 2 rubber grommet for a perfect fit (without a case) or if you have a thin case/skin, then maybe go without the rubber grommet. With the stock one you won't get the USB-C plug far enough in. I happened to get mine after I got a Razer Phone 2 (and on clearance at walmart) and had to order the razer phone 2 grommer from razer (for free, but needed the serial from the razer phone 2)
  • I have a Note 20 Ultra and it fits, no case though.