New Razer Junglecat Hopes to Give Android Gamers an Edge… or Two
The newly introduced Razer Junglecat is a dual-sided controller for Android that boasts twin analog thumbsticks and bumpers designed to “enhance your mobile gaming experience.” Phones currently with an included controller-compatible case include the Razer Phone 2, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and the Samsung Galaxy S10+.
The Razer Junglecat features a low-latency connection for increased reliability. It also has bluetooth low energy for efficient power consumption (a rumored 100 hour play-time) and a sensitivity adjustment function mapped via the Razer Gamepad App. The Razer Gamepad App is designed to pair the controller with your phone and lets you customize your launcher experience for easy access to supported games (see the list here). The gamepad also includes an adapter that converts the controller into a standalone controller that works with other Android devices and PC. The controller retails for US$99.99.
The Razer Junglecat might just entice me enough to make the switch from iOS to Android.
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