Razer's Kishi mobile controller is nearly half price this Black Friday!

Playing games on your phone continues to be an amazing experience. Whether you’re playing hide and seek in PUBG, trying out the latest Apple Arcade title or streaming something from your Xbox, you need to have the best controller available.

Enter Razer’s Kishi controller. Its selling point is that it’s an expandable plastic shell that holds your controller while also staying plugged in at the bottom using either USB-C or Apple’s lightning connection. And the Android version is down to just £49.99 on Amazon this Black Friday season, nearly half off its usual RRP of £89.99!

Our US readers aren’t being left out of the fun either. The Android version is nearly reduced to half price too at just $44.99. And if you’re an iPhone user, that version is down to just $77.99 instead of the usual RRP of $99.99. And for peace of mind, you’re certain everything will work on controller-supported games as the Kishi is MFi certified, meaning Apple has approved it for use with most iPhones.


Speaking of compatibility, Razer ensures the controller works on all of the popular services, and not just games you might have installed locally on your phone. So that means Xbox cloud gaming, Stadia and Amazon Luna are all treated as first-class citizens by Razer.

There are new deals constantly popping up during this Black Friday season, including more discounted Razer gaming peripherals such as the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed – Wireless Gaming Mouse for £28.39 in the UK/ $34.99 in the US and the Razer Kraken X gaming headset for £26.29 in the UK/ $28.99 in the US.

Be sure to keep an eye out on the Digital Foundry and Jelly Deals Twitter accounts for all updates. We’re also regularly updating our Black Friday gaming deals guide with the best offers available from all corners of the net, including PC gaming peripherals, SSDs and tons of Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch deals.


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