Razer Junglecat Game Controller for iPhone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’ve never quite bought into the iPhone gaming craze, and we think that’s due largely in part to the lack of physical buttons for some of our favorite games. The Razer Junglecat game controller looks to bring the same feeling of your console controller right to your iPhone.

From the same people who brought you some of the best gaming mice on the planet comes a device that they hope will change the way we look at gaming on the go. This heavy duty case comes equipped with everything you’d expect from your console controller in slide-out form. There’s a d-pad alongside ABXY action buttons and L/R bumpers. Even with all of these buttons, the case still measures in at a slim 20mm, meaning it will slide in and out of your pocket with ease. The device works for all iPhone 5 models. [Purchase]

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