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Get the Razer Kishi for $55 and Turn Your Phone Into a Proper Handheld Gaming System

The Android version is down to its lowest price yet for Prime Day

  Razer Kishi (Android) | $55 | Amazon Prime
Razer Kishi (iPhone) | $66 | Amazon Prime
Razer Kishi (Android) | $55 | Amazon Prime
Razer Kishi (iPhone) | $66 | Amazon Prime

Razer Kishi (Android) | $55 | Amazon Prime
Razer Kishi (iPhone) | $66 | Amazon Prime

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Cloud gaming doesn’t look like it’s going away any time soon. Google Stadia celebrated its one-year anniversary by making Destiny 2 free to play a few months back (though it also just dismantled its original game development team), Amazon threw its hat in the ring with Luna, and Microsoft’s xCloud service is available to play on phones. Whether or not cloud gaming is the future of gaming, it’s certainly becoming more widely available in 2021.

If you’re looking to dip your toe in, you’re going to want a proper controller setup. Razer currently has the best solution out there with the Kishi, a gamepad attachment that essentially turns your phone into a handheld system. Prime members can currently grab a Kishi for $55 at Amazon so you can try for yourself. This version is compatible with Android devices, and is designed with Microsoft’s cloud gaming service in mind. and features a Type-C port and button layout that mirrors the Xbox controller’s. Meanwhile, the iPhone version is down to $66 right now, also for Prime members.

This story was originally published by Giovanni Colantonio on 12/15/2020 and updated by Joe Tilleli with new information on 06/21/2021.