Dedicated gaming hardware design and manufacturing company Razer has this week launched its new Razer Junglecat controller making it available to purchase priced at $99. The modular design of the Razer Junglecat allows you to use the controller in a number of different ways with your smartphone.
If you enjoy playing your games from a handheld device similar to that of the Nintendo Switch then you can use the controller as bookends on your mobile device as demonstrated in the photograph above. Or you can remove your smartphone and use the controller as a complete gamepad. The controllers are charged via USB-C and a single charge can provide over 100 hours of gameplay.
“The Razer Junglecat comes with three custom cases that keep it attached to your phone, giving you the flexibility to attach the left, right, or both of sides of the mobile gaming controller. It also includes an adapter which turns it into a standalone controller that pairs with other Android devices and Windows PCs.”
Razer Junglecat controller features :
– LOW-LATENCY CONNECTION : This mobile gaming controller provides instantaneous response with a reliable, low latency connection to your smartphone.
– BLUETOOTH LOW ENERGY : Efficient power consumption ensures that even if you’re out and about, you’ll be able to put in over 100 hours of gaming before it needs a charge.
– SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT FUNCTION : Mapped via the Razer Gamepad app, you can toggle a secondary thumbstick sensitivity that allows for more precise aiming when the need arises—crucial for FPS games.
For more information and purchasing options jump over to the Razer website where the controller is now available to purchase priced at $99.99 or £99.99.