Razer launched its much awaited smartphone the Razer Phone 2 and its newest gaming laptop the Razer Blade 15 on October 10. Alongside that, Razer also unveiled its newest gaming controller named Raiju Mobile.
Raiju Mobile happens to be an Android version of its Raiju PS4 Gaming Controller. The Raiju Mobile is specifically launched for Android devices and is set to maximize the experience.
Raiju Mobile will not only be compatible to Razer phones, but any Android device running on Android version 6.0 Marshmallow and above. The device will connect to Raiju Mobile via Bluetooth or a USB type-C cable. PC compatibility of the Raiju Mobile will be rolled out at a later date.
Coming to the build of the device the controller weighs 306 grams and shares similarities in design with the Razer Wolverine controller and the Raiju PlayStation 4 controller. It is also paired with an adjustable mount that can tilt up to 60 degrees.
The Razer Raiju Controller comes with features like Hair Trigger Mode, Ergonomic Multi-Function Button, sensitivity clutch levels, trigger stops and Mode Switch, which will give the user an edge over their opponent. It also has physical Select, Back, Home, and Start buttons.
The Razer Raiju Mobile controller also comes with Razer’s signature “Mecha-Tactile” buttons that can be mapped to specific in-game actions. Moving on to the battery performance, the Raiju Controller is set to give you around 23 hours of battery life on a single charge.
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In terms of pricing, the Razer Raiju Mobile is priced at $149.99 and is expected to launch later this year.