Razer’s Kishi Ultra gaming controller brings haptics to your USB-C phone, PC, or tablet

Razer’s latest mobile gaming controller, the Kishi Ultra, which just launched today, is a versatile device that can switch between multiple devices. The controller has a built-in USB-C port that can work with the iPhone 15 series as well as most Android smartphones (Razer says it’s compatible with the Galaxy 23 series, Pixel 6 and more, the Razer Edge and “many other Android devices”) It also appears to work perfectly with the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and other foldable devices. The controller can expand to fit your iPad Mini and all 8-inch Android tablets, and you can also connect it to your PC.

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An interesting feature of the Kishi Ultra is the inclusion of Razer’s Sensa HD immersive haptics, which the company claims can support any of them audio – whether it’s a game, movie or music – and convert it to haptics. We saw the same haptic features in Razer’s Project Esther concept gaming chair revealed at CES. The Kishi Ultra is the first commercially available Razer product to feature Sensa haptics, so it will give the general public the opportunity to try them out. The Sensa haptics doesn’t support iOS – it currently only works with Android 12 or higher and Windows 11. The controller is also equipped with a small pair of Chroma RGB lights, just below the joysticks.

Note that you’ll need to download the Razer Nexus app (available for iOS and Android) for the Kishi Ultra to work. The app can launch mobile games and is integrated with Apple Arcade, Xbox Game Pass and Google Play Store.

Razer also announced a new version of its cheaper Kishi V2 with a USB-C port for iPhone 15 and Android, which also supports wired playback on PC and iPad.

The Razer Kishi Ultra and Kishi V2 USB-C are available in stores or online now and cost $150 and $99, respectively.

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