Razer, an American gaming device manufacturer, has announced the release of the Razer Junglecat, a mobile gaming controller for Android.
It can be used as if it were a mobile game.
Razer Junglecat" is a Bluetooth game controller for Android smartphones.
The response time is within 14ms with low latency and comfortable operability.
It consists of three modules: two controllers that can be separated into left and right, and an adapter that allows the controller to be attached and detached.
The case is compatible with Razer Phone2/ Samusung Galaxy S10+/ Huawi P30 Pro, but can also be used with other Android smartphones.
Works with the "Razer Gamepad"
The "Razer Junglecat" can also be used in conjunction with the "Razer Gamepad" and has a key mapping function that allows you to assign operations by touching icons on the screen to buttons and keys on the controller.
Note that "Razer Junglecat" is compatible with Android 7.0 or later, while "Razer Gamepad" is compatible with Android 8.0 or later.
When installed like this, it looks like a Nintendo Switch.
Although the controller is designed for smartphones, it is also compatible with Windows PCs and can be used as a standalone controller that can be paired with a PC.
The product will be available for purchase on Friday, December 20, 2019.
It will be available at the Razer Store, Amazon, Rakuten Ichiba, and other online retailers, as well as electronics retailers and PC stores nationwide.
Currently available online retail prices are as follows
|Razer Store||12,988 yen|
|Amazon||12,800 yen (+128pt)|
|Rakuten Ichiba||12,800 yen (+128pt)|
|Yahoo! JAPAN Shopping||12,800 yen (+128 pt)|
The product is scheduled to go on sale on Friday, December 20, 2019, and is expected to be available for pre-order or at electronics retailers and other stores around the release date.
Once again, check the sales price at each retailer closer to the release date.
For more details, please check the " Razer Junglecat" product page.